Seattle Grace Hospital is hit with a crisis like no other in its history.

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Seattle Grace Hospital is hit with a crisis like no other in its history.

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Drama | Romance

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20 May 2010 (USA)  »

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Every episode is named after a song. "Sanctuary" is a song by Utada Hikaru See more »

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When Meredith looks at her pregnancy test you can clearly see there is a sticker covering the results window. See more »

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Dr. Meredith Grey: For most people, a hospital is a scary place. A hostile place. A place where bad things happen. Most people would prefer church, or school, or home. But I... grew up here. 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. I love it here. Correction: loved it here.
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Referenced in Private Practice: Take Two (2010) See more »

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How the Heart Grows Wicked
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Performed by Patrick Park
(plays as Dr. Kepner stumbles and falls in the supply room)
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Worst episode yet
22 April 2017 | by (Luxembourg) – See all my reviews

This must be the most pathetic episodes of the series if not of TV series altogether. A person stumbles over a body lying in a pool of blood and "freezes". Other doctors/surgeons see the shooter roaming through corridors without at first being seen, being in danger themselves, but none of them has the idea of calling 911 to report where the shooter is. I hope this kind of characters live only in the fantasy of the writers. Then one police officer says "we will handle this", but through the entire episode you don't see a single police officer in the entire hospital. Great handling. Again, I hope this has no parallel in the real world.


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