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Episodes 5.19: Elevator Love Letter


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Episodes 5.19: Elevator Love Letter

Airdate: March 26, 2009

  • 02/12 - Tobin: Caucasian, 50s, professional, family member of a patient in the hospital. Jackie: Caucasian, 40s, professional, family member of a patient in the hospital. Luke: Caucasian, 50s, professional, family member of a patient in the hospital. Jean: Caucasian, late 80s to early 90s, patient at the hospital. Source: SpoilerTV


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Episodes 5.19: Elevator Love Letter

Airdate: March 26, 2009

  • 03/14 - Tensions are running high at Seattle Grace with all eyes on Derek as he is set to perform his first surgery after his breakdown; attention is also set on Izzie, whose medical condition requires her to undergo a difficult surgery; and Owen has another PTSD episode that injures Cristina and traumatizes both of them, throwing the future of their relationship into question. Guest starring Jessica Capshaw as Dr. Arizona Robbins, Kimberly Elise as Dr. Swender. Source: ABC
  • 03/06 - Owen's post-traumatic stress disorder will take a turn for the worse when he ends up physically hurting Cristina, albeit unintentionally. Source: The Ausiello Files


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Grey's Anatomy Episode Recap: "Elevator Love Letter"

Mar 26, 2009 11:54 PM ET by Adam Bryant

In this episode of Grey's Anatomy, Derek works through the jitters as he returns to the OR for the first time since he lost his last patient, and Cristina continues to deal with Owen's post-traumatic stress disorder when it takes a seriously dark turn. Plus, Karev learns the importance of sticking by your loved ones while the other residents deal with Izzie's sickness in their own ways. So did Izzie come out of her first (of many) surgeries OK? Let's find out!

Hey guys, I'm Adam Bryant, srcubbing in for a travelling Erin this week. She will be back to her regular recapping duties for the next episode.

The episode opens with a Karev narration about how trauma messes everybody up, and truer words couldn't be spoken as far as this episode is concerned. Everyone at Seattle Grace is reeling in their own ways: Callie feels guilty for having felt angry toward Izzie after she stole George; George is furious that Izzie told Cristina instead of him; Derek is afraid Meredith won't stay with him if he is unsuccessful in the OR, and Karev is having trouble making his "contribution" to Izzie's harvested eggs.

That's right, the Chief comes to Alex to ask for a sperm specimen because harvested eggs perform better if fertilized. Although Alex agrees, he struggles with the decision, particularly because, as he says, "this isn't how Izzie and I were supposed to make a baby." It's nice to see Karev's emotional side peek its head out every now and then. But even so, Karev never told Izzie what he was doing, mainly because he didn't visit her throughout the day. Instead, he was tending to a very old patient who was on her last leg...and had been for three years. Although her family was initially pushy and impatient about flying out of Seattle (they had been coming across the country every time she almost died), they did help teach Karev a lesson: "Some people are better than no people." Karev put that lesson in motion when he allowed the interns to wait with the residents




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