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Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Medal Moments

  • By Jim Donnelly

Let the Grey’s Anatomy games begin! There’s a lot of excitement about some big event happening in Sochi, but these so-called “games” have nothing on the weekly thrills, chills and surgical skills that are demonstrated on Grey’s Anatomy. We feel some of these moments deserve an award. So take a look at our selection of medal moments from Season 10 of Grey’s Anatomy. Tell us your favorites in the comments below and be sure to let us know about anything we forgot.

Honorable Mention: In “Man on the Moon,” Bailey has a doctor trailing her to help her get over her OCD. The deal is she has to do five sutures in a row without stopping to straighten anything out. Bailey refuses to take any medication. She wants to do this on her own, but it’s difficult. That’s why it’s nice to have a friend nearby to lend a helping hand.

Bronze Moment: In “Thriller,” a sick elderly woman with freaky eyes insists on seeing her doctor: Heather Brooks. Shane keeps losing the mysterious woman. When he finally tracks her down, he gives her the scoop on what happened to Heather and we learn a little more about how special she was.

Silver Moment: Meredith and Cristina have been going at it like a couple of heavyweight boxers in multiple verbal sparring matches most of the season. This moment gets the silver prize not because it’s warm and fuzzy, but it served as a launching pad for several more screaming matches. It’s not that we like seeing one “person’ feud with another. It’s just not something we’re used to from these two, so it deserves to be recognized.

Gold Moment: In “Get Up, Stand Up,” April’s wedding ceremony is in full swing when Derek gets a phone call. On the other end of the line is the President of the United States. That’s not the interruption that brought the ceremony to screeching halt though. That honor belongs to Jackson’s action.

Keep watching for more medal moments when Grey’s Anatomy returns THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 9|8c on ABC!


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