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Why the Season 6 Finale Was the Best 'Grey's Anatomy' Ever

A shooter was loose at Seattle Grace in the Grey's Anatomy season 6 finale and the result was two of the best hours of television all year. It was certainly the best Grey's Anatomy has ever been, which is saying a lot since I'd written the show off for the past few years. No show does a big traumatic event like Grey's Anatomy, and the shooter gave the show license for heightened drama with five major characters being shot over the two hours. It was emotional, expertly paced and had me in tears for most of the finale. What made the season 6 finale so great? Here are just 15 reasons why this was the best Grey's Anatomy ever. To Read More Click Here .

Grey's Anatomy Episode Recap: "Sanctuary/Death and All His Friends"

In the two-hour season finale of Grey's Anatomy, a gunman terrorizes Seattle Grace, killing surgeons and anyone else standing in his way of finding his one target: Derek Shepherd. Meanwhile, Meredith has some big news for Derek that may alter their future. "For most people, the hospital is a scary place," Meredith kicks off the episode by saying in voice-over." A hostile place. A place where bad things happen," she continues as we see montages of Alex and Lexie catching some sleep in the on-call room, a woman mourning over the death of a loved one, and Richard explaining to a waitress that he's now been sober for six months. "Most people would prefer church or school or home," she says as we see Callie and Cristina both crying into their cereal over their failed relationships. "But I grew up here," she adds as she takes a pregnancy test. "While my mom was on rounds, I learned to read in the O.R. gallery, I played in the morgue, I colored with crayons on old E.R. charts. The hospital was my church, my school, my home. The hospital was my safe place, my sanctuary." And as she learns that she is pregnant, she says, "I love it here. Correction, I loved it here." And we get our first glimpse of the shooter: Gary Clark, the man whose wife died in the hospital after Derek made the decision to pull the plug. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Grey's Anatomy Season 6 Episode 24 "Death & All His Friends" Review PART 2

This review is continued from the first review I posted tonight on tonight's season finale of Grey's Anatomy . This review will focus on the second half of the show, where we were left off with Derek laying on the floor of Seattle Grace after being shot by Mr. Clark, the man that has nothing left since his wife has passed. It starts with Christina holding back Merideth in the closet telling her not to go out there since Clark is still on the loose. But Merideth throws her aside and goes to him screaming to keep his eyes open. He needs an OR but all the attendings are no where to be found. So Yang, Jackson Avery operate on Derek. Clark is still making his rounds around the hospital, takes a bullet right before he was about to shoot Little Grey, but survives it. Owen and Teddy are out of the hospital but after Teddy tells him its ok to pick Christina he rushes back in to her. Merideth is sitting on the floor outside of the OR when Owen walks in seeing Clark with a gun to Christina's head while she is operating on Derek. Owen gets shot, and after playing a trick on Clark saying Derek is dead, he leaves. But not before the plea from Merideth that will have you on the edge of your seats. This was the highlight of tonight's show and it made it such a dramatic scene. I have to watch it again. Since this review is getting fairly wordy and I am missing a lot of details in between because this episode was just so involved, please let me apologize if you think I am neglecting any details. I am specifying what highlights I liked that made this episode amazing. Little Grey tells Karev she loves him right in front of Mark. But Karev is clearly out of it and thinks she is Izzy. He tells her that he loves Izzy and that he is so happy that she came back for him and never to leave again. Webber meets up with Clark and Clark has one bullet left. He wishes there were two, one for Webber and one to off himself. He makes the decision to kill himself to be with his wife. But here is the moment that will break your heart. While Merideth was looking after Owen and trying to get him to lay down, she had a miscarriage. Of course under all the stress of this it makes sense. She continues looking after Owen and after the lockdown, throws away the pregnancy test that says positive. Heart Breaking. Will she tell Derek? Its pretty obvious that he will find out anyway. But regardless you feel for her character. Arizona and Torres decided after being through this horrific ordeal, that nothing will get in their way. That Arizona wants to have lots of kids with Torres. Best season finale for me this entire year! Can't wait for next season already!

Finale Breakdown: Second Hour Exruciating Choices- Grey's Anatomy 6x24 Preview

VIEWER DISCRETION STRONGLY ADVISED! Finale tidbits: 1. Reed will get shot right in the head. Yep, goodbye little Surgical Brunette Tinkerbell! As brutal as it is. :( 2. Cristina and Callie will share a vulnerable moment-turned-hilarious by these fabulous actresses. 3. YEP. Meredith is OFFICIALLY pregnant. 4. April and MEredith share a moment in the scrubbing area. Why? Come on! 5. Mandy Moore is a patient with a colostomy. 6. Bailey's boyfriend get shot? 7. Callie snaps at Arizona. 8. Karev gets shot. 9. Lexie chooses Mark. 10. Callie and Arizona have sex. 11. Derek survives. 12. Leslie and Mark get married. (No, not a typo error. Just a dream :p) Uhmm, believe what you want to believe with those crazy lines. EItherway, some are true, some are not. Told ya, you have to wait until later to find out. I don't want to ruin the crying, the screaming, the "Sh** did that just happen???" As promised, here's the first ten minutes: I love you Shonda Rhimes. Yes, you rock! Grey's Anatomy two hour Season Six finale airs tonight, May 20, 2010 9/8 central on ABC starring Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang, Katherine Heigl as Isobel Steven, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Eric Dane as Mark Sloan, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Kim Raver as Teddy Altman, and Patrick Dempsey as Chief Derek Shepherd.