Brand New Looks

Brand New Looks

You're looking at a scene from "If/Then." As you can see with Bailey, this is an unusual episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Richard Webber, M.D.

Richard Webber, M.D.

Dr. Richard Webber will always be the chief to us.
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Richard: Baller

Richard: Baller

The Chief, or the Chief to us at least, in the October 27, 2011 episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Put Me In Coach."
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Scrubs of Pink

Scrubs of Pink

Seriously, we are kind of looking that look on Mer.
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Pink Scrubs

Pink Scrubs

It's a good look on Mer!
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Argument

Argument

The Seattle Grace team laces 'em up in the October 27, 2011 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Hunt, Sloan and Webber

Hunt, Sloan and Webber

Hunt, Sloan and Webber in a shot from the October 6, 2011 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Hard at Work at SGMWH

Hard at Work at SGMWH

A shot from the October 6, 2011 episode of Grey's Anatomy. The doctors, as always, are being pushed to the limit.
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Webber and Yang

Webber and Yang

Drs. Webber and Yang in a photo from the October 6, 2011 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Richard Runnin' It

Richard Runnin' It

The Chief still calls the shots. Even if he may not he be the Chief for long, he'll always be one to us.
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Oh Nooooooo

Oh Nooooooo

Cristina and Richard in a photo from the March 24, 2011 episode of Grey's Anatomy. "This Is How We Do It" doesn't portend good things for some people ...
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Trouble For Henry?

Trouble For Henry?

Do you think this means good things for Henry? We're just speculating, but we can't imagine it's a good sign.
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Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Freezing, choking, getting tongue-tied--there's a reason it happens. We lose our words because the stakes are so high and we have so much to lose. We're petrified of saying too much, or saying it wrong. When the truth is,the only wrong thing you can say is nothing at all.

Jackson

Everything comes apart at some point. We all will. It's the law. It's what we're designed to do. We have to face it, and accept it, and try to hold it together for as long as we can.

Meredith