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Episode 6.10: Holidaze

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Episode 6.10: Title Unknown

Airdate: November 19, 2009

  • 10/18 - Riley: Female, Caucasian, 18 or older to play 18 year old. Gorgeous with a touch of trashy. Recurring guest star. Source: SpoilerTV

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Airdate: November 19, 2009

  • 10/24 - Corey: Caucasian, boy or girl, 6 y.o., must be small, fair complexion with red or blond hair. Kelsey: All ethnicities, mid 20's, very petite, loveable, outdoorsy, middle class, your heart really goes out to her. Mike: - All ethnicities, mid 20's, loveable, outdoorsy, middle class, your heart really goes out to him. Julie: All ethnicities, early to mid 30's, very likable. Corey's mother. John: All ethnicities, early to mid 30's, very likable. Corey's father. Anguished Father: All ethnicities, mid 40's, must believe that he's a great father. Tech: All ethnicities, mid 20's to mid 30's, awesome, cool, geeky medical tech. Source: SpoilerTV [Note: Another casting call for the role of Corey says the show is looking for 6-year-old twins, girl or boy, who must be small.]

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Episode 6.10: Holidaze

Airdate: November 19, 2009

  • 11/14 - As Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's pass, Miranda is visited by her father, William, who disapproves of her choices in life; meanwhile, Mark and Lexie must cope with the shocking arrival of a woman from his past, and Thatcher Grey questions the Chief's recent behavior as Meredith comes to his defense. Source: ABC
  • 11/01 - Remember when I told you that Grey's Anatomy was casting the role of Miranda Bailey's mother? Well, show creator Shonda Rhimes has changed her mind. Instead, she's decided to introduce us to Miranda's father, William Bailey, in the Nov. 19 episode. It will chronicle the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Eve holidays all in one episode. Frankie Faison, who played Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell on HBO's The Wire, will pop in on his daughter Miranda to check in on how she's doing, given all the recent changes in her life. Meanwhile, blonde beauty Leven Rambin (All My Children, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) will join the show in the same episode to kick off a story arc as a woman from Mark Sloan's past who complicates his romance with Lexie. "They have something coming down the road that's rather big," Chyler [Leigh] tells me. "This trial will definitely show whether they have what it takes to weather the storms." Source: Keck's Exclusives
  • 11/01 - Danielle Panabaker, best known for her role as James Woods' daughter on CBS' Shark, is checking into Grey's Anatomy next month. The actress will play a patient under the care of Cristina and Jackson in the Nov. 19 episode. "It's a really sweet, heartbreaking story," says a Grey's insider. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • 11/01 - Rachel: African-American, 55-65 years old, patient in the hospital, very tasteful, classy, smart, warm woman. Major guest star, star names only. Jerome: African-American, 55-65 years old, male, very tasteful, classy, smart, warm man. Major guest star, star names only. Source: SpoilerTV

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Grey's Anatomy Episode Recap: "Holidaze"

Nov 20, 2009 09:22 AM ET by Natalie Abrams

The final Grey's Anatomy episode of 2009 takes us on a journey through the holiday season. While Derek attempts to build a prototype to save a child's life and Teddy tries to sustain a heartless patient, Sloan's world is rocked by the arrival of a new family member. Also, the Teddy-Owen-Cristina love triangle takes a new twist.

On the eve of Thanksgiving, the Chief pulls Meredith aside to explain that he hasn't fallen off the wagon. He's going through "situational depression," which escalated his drinking. In what appears to be bribery, the Chief offers to be her mentor. Derek finds this new situation odd, but Meredith hasn't been able to get on a surgery since the merger and she's not going to give up this advantage.

Elsewhere, Cristina and Owen are getting hot and heavy in the on-call room. They're interrupted by a page from Teddy, but it's Cristina who goes running to her. Someone's hot for teacher, especially when Teddy decides to actually remove the heart of their patient. The now heartless Kelsey was brought in earlier by her brand new boyfriend, whose heart is big enough for the two of them. He decides to stay by her side.

In a phone conversation with Bailey's mother, we learn that the doc hasn't told her family that she and Tucker are getting divorced. Callie overhears this exchange and calls her out: "How long can you keep that a secret?" she asks. Bailey replies, "When you started dating woman, how long did you keep that secret from your family?"

Just when you thought the doctors of Seattle Grace didn't have enough problems to deal with, in walks a hot blonde looking for Dr. Sloan. For a split second, Mark does a double take of the girl, but those thoughts are quickly driven out of his mind when she reveals that he's her father. Getting down to brass tax, Callie brings in the paternity test kit.

Over in the O.R., Derek finds himself unsurprised by this news, explaining to Lexie that there could be "a gaggle of Sloans" out there. Unfortunately, the news just keeps on getting worse. Derek, Lexie and Arizona cannot go any further in surgery on their young patient

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