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Dr. Webber Gets the Lingo Wrong on 'Grey's Anatomy' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 25th 2010 11:22PM
Grey's Anatomy, Dr. WebberPoor Dr. Webber. He's had enough problems with his alcohol issues, and now he just wants to fit in on 'Grey's Anatomy' (Thu., 9PM ET on ABC). But he's failing miserably – at least in the lingo department.

"If I wasn't happily married, I'd hit her," he says to Alex in the operating room, referring to a female co-worker. "I'd hit her hard."

After Alex sets him straight on the proper term -- "Sir, I think what you wanted to say was 'hit that'" – Bailey sets them both straight. And you don't want to mess with Bailey.

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'Grey's Anatomy' - 'Push' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Mar 12th 2010 4:06AM
Lexie Grey is in tears.(S06E17) Chandra Wilson gets the opportunity to direct her own date this week on 'Grey's Anatomy.' Previously, she directed the episode 'Give Peace A Chance.' Sadly, the episode was not really substantial in any form or fashion. It followed the mold of the patients shaping the doctors (Teddy shouldn't be a bitch, Richard needs to calm down and see the big picture, and Arizona still doesn't want kids).

While everyone was working in a buddy system this week, in all truth, the only two pairs that worked were Meredith with Derek and Meredith with Christina. Maybe this show should return to the fact that it's 'Grey's Anatomy,' not 'Torres' Anatomy.' Meredith successfully called out Owen for being wishy-washy, and the five seconds of her with Derek was the best relationship in the whole episode.

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Bailey Gets Some Romance on 'Grey's Anatomy' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 12th 2010 1:16AM
Grey's Anatomy, Bailey's KissWell, Bailey! So now we know you've never had sex with anyone other than your ex-husband. That's admirable, but you've got this (really) hunky guy on the hook, so we're hoping that changes sometime in the near future. We know you're still working all that out, though. No rush.

And it's nice to see you getting some action in the romance department, because the writers have mostly focused on the younger interns on 'Grey's Anatomy' (Thu., 9PM ET on ABC). You, go, Bailey.

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Chandra Wilson Gives Wendy Williams Red Carpet Tips (VIDEO)

by Harley W. Lond, posted Feb 22nd 2010 7:27PM
Think walking down the red carpet at a Hollywood gala would be a blast? Maybe, but it's also hard work.

Chandra Wilson talked with Wendy Williams about how to pose on the red carpet on 'The Wendy Williams Show' (weekdays, syndicated). Wilson gave Williams pointers on which foot to lead with as you walk, how to turn so that the dress you're wearing looks best, and how to handle arm flab when you wave to your fans. Kinda makes you wonder what guys have to deal with.

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Young Miranda Bailey Dishes it Out on 'Grey's Anatomy' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 19th 2010 1:20AM
Grey's Anatomy, young BaileyIt's so funny to see Bailey as a young intern with a deer-in-the-headlights look on her face on 'Grey's Anatomy' (Thu., 9PM ET on ABC). But she could dish it out, even back then.

"The patient doesn't get prodded, probed, scoped or cut open like a Thanksgiving turkey, you supercilious fool!" she yells at the resident.

And then the history between Bailey and the Chief really shows itself when he plays a little game of making it look like he's scolding her, when in fact, he says, "You're gonna make a hell of a surgeon, Dr. Bailey."

It adds another layer of poignancy to that scene a couple of weeks ago where she gave the Chief a pep talk about cleaning up his act.

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Bailey Gives the Chief a Pep Talk on 'Grey's Anatomy' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 5th 2010 2:45AM
Bailey gives the Chief a pep talk on 'Grey's Anatomy' If we're ever in a jam, we want Miranda Baily on our side, giving us pep talks and answering those 3AM phone calls.

On 'Grey's Anatomy' (Thurs., 9PM ET on ABC), the Chief knows he's an alcoholic, but feels like drinking "is all I have left." No, Chief. You listen to Bailey. She's got it right.

"You are better than this," she says. "I've seen you be better. Look, the way to win, the way to beat them is to stop fighting them. You go get better. You be the man that I've always known you to be. You be the Chief."

We couldn't have said it better ourselves.

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'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Private Practice' to Crossover (Again)

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Nov 6th 2009 2:30PM
Private Practice'Grey's Anatomy' and its spin-off, 'Private Practice,' are at it again with their crossover episodes.

The Ausiello Files is reporting that Walsh will come back to 'Grey's' in early January for a top-secret plot centered around Addison, Mark and Leven Rambin, who recently joined the cast from 'Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles.'

Apparently, Addison returns to Seattle at Mark's request to perform surgery on Leven's character. But, as executive producer Shondra Rhimes spoils, the plot will extend back over into 'Private,' when a complication has Mark transfer the patient back down to L.A. again (so much for the plot being "top secret").

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'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Dancing' & More Stars at GLSEN Red Carpet

by Michael Maloney, posted Oct 16th 2009 5:30PM
Kelly Osbourne and Louis Van Amstel HBO, 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Private Practice' creator Shonda Rhimes and philanthropist David Bohnett were honored Oct. 9 night by GLSEN at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The organization (which is pronounced "glisten") stands for Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network and seeks to create safe school environments for all students by making them aware of how harmful comments like "that's so gay" are.

Television's primary goal is to entertain, but it can also educate, according to Michael Lombardo, president of HBO programming. "We've certainly seen TV shows that have gay characters, but they're usually playing comedic foils or certainly asexual," Lombardo said.

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Breaking TCA News: Chandra Wilson Checks Into 'Private Practice'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Aug 4th 2009 11:15PM
Chandra WilsonI wasn't expecting to get much serious breaking news from today's set visit to ABC's 'Private Practice' -- boss Shonda Rhimes tends to keep show secrets just that.

Maybe something was in the air. Maybe the sight of a bus full of (already exhausted) TCA members trekking across town to come play warmed her heart. Whatever it was, Rhimes decided to dish a little 'Private Practice' season 3 scoop: Chandra Wilson (a.k.a. 'Grey's Anatomy''s own Miranda Bailey) will be visiting Oceanside Wellness in the season's third episode.

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Grey's Anatomy actor updates

by Michael Pascua, posted Mar 22nd 2009 10:28AM
There a few news bites from several of the Grey's Anatomy actors pre-scoured for your convenience. It's kind of odd reading about these people outside of their characters, but it's true: they are real people. We got some news from Patrick Dempsey, Chandra Wilson, T.R. Knight, and more:

Chandra Wilson to join cast of Chicago - This one's a little old, but noteworthy. Chandra Wilson, better known as Miranda Bailey, will be playing Matron Mama Morton in the musical Chicago starting June 8th and ending July 5, 2009. It's great seeing Wilson play another really strong character; I've never heard her singing chops, but she has a background in musicals, so I'm not doubting it.

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TV Squad Ten: Girl Crushes

by Kona Gallagher, posted Mar 13th 2009 10:02AM
brenda lee johnson the closerThere's a reason why when you watch The Mentalist, there are always subtle close ups of Simon Baker's eyes or of his mouth when he's talking. The producers know he's hot and they know women are watching. Between him, the cast of Friday Night Lights, and a whole other list of DILF's, there's a lot of male eye-candy on TV right now. But what about the women? Of course television is filled with hot chicks, but who do other women like to watch?

There are certain female characters who, when you watch them, you just want to hang out with. Either you think she'd be a good friend, or exciting to have around, or maybe you just kind of want to be her. This, my friends, is a Girl Crush. Here is my list of Top Ten TV Girl Crushes.

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Grey's Anatomy: Before and After

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Feb 13th 2009 1:03AM
Grey's Anatomy
(S05E15) "I need you to be a God." - Addison to Derek

The Private Practice/Grey's Anatomy crossover reached its peak this week with a two-hour event. Both episodes were so action packed, thanks to patients Jen and Archer who were part of the two episodes, that this week you not only get a review for the Grey's Anatomy installment but also one for the Private Practice episode.

So let's get to it, shall we?

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Grey's Anatomy: Beat Your Heart Out

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Feb 6th 2009 9:45AM
Grey's Anatomy(S05E14) "Use it wisely." - Owen to Mark about.... well... you know!

Fun fact: The day following the airing of "Stairway to Heaven," the top Google searches where for expressions like "penile fracture" and "broken penis." Thankfully, after getting treatment and not using his tool for a few days, Mark is back in shape! I must admit seeing Owen and Mark quickly enter and exit the exam room to check on it was probably the most hilarious scene of the week. Yes, in my book it was funnier than those scenes with the man who had something (why couldn't they tell us what in the end?!?) lodged in his behind. It wouldn't surprise me if people research that latter case on Google today to find answers as to what was lodged where it didn't belong!

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Hallmark plans 30 movies ... about love, of course

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jul 8th 2008 12:23PM
Jacqueline Bisset / An Old-Fashioned ThanksgivingThere's a long-running joke around our house about the Hallmark channel. Whenever anyone surfs by it long enough to hear a wispy theme song, someone will invariably drop to their knees, lightly press the back of their hand to their forehead, and feign a woman in emotional turmoil. Let's face it, that pretty much describes a lot of Hallmark movies.

So when I read in Variety that Hallmark has 30 movies in the pipeline -- and would be announcing them at the Television Critics Association confab (I guess that's what they call it when it's not the real deal?) -- I knew that a good portion of them would probably have the word "love" in the title.

Yep, sure enough. They've picked up the rights to the next two installments in the Love Comes Softly franchise, based on Janette Oke's series of eight novels set in the Old West.

The seventh title, Love Takes Wing, is in production and will air in the first quarter of 2009, starring Cloris Leachman and Hayley Duff. The final title, Love Finds a Home, is still in the script stage and hasn't been cast.

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Grey's Anatomy: Freedom (season finale)

by Jane Boursaw, posted May 23rd 2008 1:47AM
Grey's Finale Season 4"The pager is sacred. Sacred sparkle." -- Izzie

A sparkly pager, some quick-drying cement, and a field of candles all play into tonight's 2-hour episode -- the Season Four finale of Grey's Anatomy. Has it really been only four seasons? Because it seems like so much more.

Anyway, tonight we learn a little more about some of the interns' history. For one thing, via a therapy session (and why can't I have Amy Madigan as my therapist?), we learn that young Meredith saw her mom slit her wrists, then had to wait for her to pass out before calling 911.

Meredith says her mom wanted to die, but by the end of the episode, she figures out that she really didn't want to die. Being a brilliant surgeon, her mom would have known the faster road to death entailed slitting her carotid artery.

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