History Series / GreysAnatomy

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** Dr. Minnick suffers one in season 13, when she loses a young boy in a seemingly simple surgery, her first child death.

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** Stephanie and Dr. Minnick suffers suffer one in season 13, when she loses they lose a young boy in a seemingly simple surgery, her Minnick's first child death.
17th Feb '17 1:59:19 PM WaggishPony
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* HeroicBSOD: Recovering from this is Owen's major character arc. Derek in Season 5 after [[spoiler: accidentally killing a pregnant woman]]. Such a strong BSOD that he passes it on to Callie and Owen. Then Derek (again) and Cristina in Season 7 and 9.

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* HeroicBSOD: HeroicBSOD:
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Recovering from this is Owen's major character arc. Derek in Season 5 after [[spoiler: accidentally killing a pregnant woman]]. Such a strong BSOD that he passes it on to Callie and Owen. Then Derek (again) and Cristina in Season 7 and 9.


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** Dr. Minnick suffers one in season 13, when she loses a young boy in a seemingly simple surgery, her first child death.
17th Feb '17 1:33:37 PM WaggishPony
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* DatingDoSiDo

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* DatingDoSiDo DatingDoSiDo: The combinations of the characters dating one another are infinite: Meredith/Derek (obviously), Cristina/Preston, Cristina/Owen, Alex/Izzie, Alex/Jo, George/Izzie, Meredith/George...



* InfantImmortality: Averted on numerous occasions.

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* InfantImmortality: Averted Sadly averted and subverted on numerous occasions.



* PunBasedTitle

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* PunBasedTitlePunBasedTitle: From the medical book ''Gray's Anatomy''.
3rd Feb '17 2:46:49 PM WaggishPony
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* HollywoodHealing: Averted in numerous cases (e.g. Meredith's attack in season 12, Callie's car crash in season 7, the plane crash in season 8), though played straight in others (a woman suddenly reviving after being declared dead ''for almost 30 minutes'' without any apparent damage, though it has something do with [[RealityIsUnrealistic Lazarus]][[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazarus_syndrome syndrome]]).

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* HollywoodHealing: Averted in numerous cases (e.g. Meredith's attack in season 12, Callie's car crash in season 7, the plane crash in season 8), though played straight in others (a woman suddenly reviving after being declared dead ''for almost 30 minutes'' without any apparent damage, though it has something do with [[RealityIsUnrealistic Lazarus]][[https://en.Lazarus]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazarus_syndrome syndrome]]).syndrome, an actual condition in real life]]).
3rd Feb '17 2:46:04 PM WaggishPony
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* HollywoodHealing: Averted in numerous cases (e.g. Meredith's attack in season 12, Callie's car crash in season 7, the plane crash in season 8), though played straight in others (a woman suddenly reviving after being declared dead ''for almost 30 minutes'' without any apparent damage, though it has something do with [[RealityIsUnrealistic Lazarus]][[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazarus_syndrome syndrome]]).
3rd Feb '17 2:44:00 PM WaggishPony
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* ImperiledInPregnancy: A recurring element of the show's medical drama, though often the mothers die, though the [[InfantImmortality babies survive]]. However, there have been numerous cases where both die, including one incident that led to Ben almost getting fired. Another example would be Meredith, who falls down a staircase while heavily pregnant and later went into DIC after giving birth to her son Bailey; luckily, she survived.

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* ImperiledInPregnancy: A recurring element of the show's medical drama, though often the mothers die, though the [[InfantImmortality babies survive]]. However, there have been numerous cases where both die, including one incident that led to Ben almost getting fired. Another An example would be Meredith, who falls down a staircase while heavily pregnant and later went into DIC after giving birth to her son Bailey; luckily, she survived.survived. Another example would be Callie and Arizona in a car crash in season 7, while the former is only about six months pregnant; as in the case of Meredith, she and the baby (Sofia) survive, though spends weeks in the hospital recovering.
3rd Feb '17 2:42:05 PM WaggishPony
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* ImperiledInPregnancy: A recurring element of the show's medical drama, though often the mothers die, though the babies survive. However, there have been numerous cases where both die, including one incident that led to Ben almost getting fired. Another example would be Meredith, who falls down a staircase while heavily pregnant and later went into DIC after giving birth to her son Bailey; luckily, she survived.

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* ImperiledInPregnancy: A recurring element of the show's medical drama, though often the mothers die, though the [[InfantImmortality babies survive.survive]]. However, there have been numerous cases where both die, including one incident that led to Ben almost getting fired. Another example would be Meredith, who falls down a staircase while heavily pregnant and later went into DIC after giving birth to her son Bailey; luckily, she survived.
3rd Feb '17 2:41:43 PM WaggishPony
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* ImperiledInPregnancy: A recurring element of the show's medical drama, though often the mothers die, though the babies survive. However, there have been numerous cases where both die, including one incident that led to Ben almost getting fired. Another example would be Meredith, who falls down a staircase while heavily pregnant and later went into DIC after giving birth to her son Bailey; luckily, she survived.
28th Jan '17 6:16:21 PM WaggishPony
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* BottleEpisode: Season 13's "The Room Where It Happens" focuses entirely on Meredith, Owen, Stephanie and Richard in one surgery, with some flashbacks/fantasy sequences.

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* BottleEpisode: Season 13's "The Room Where It Happens" focuses entirely on Meredith, Owen, Stephanie and Richard in one surgery, with some flashbacks/fantasy sequences. In the same season, we also have "You Can Look (But You'd Better Not Touch)" which focuses only on Arizona, Bailey, and Jo performing a procedure on a pregnant teenaged convict at a state prison, with Meredith (who doesn't appear physically in the episode) providing narration at the beginning and end of the episode.
31st Dec '16 3:25:50 PM WaggishPony
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** "How to Save a Life" in season 11, in which {{spoiler: Derek is killed off.}}

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** "How to Save a Life" in season 11, in which {{spoiler: [[spoiler: Derek is killed off.}}]]
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