Who was the main character
What was the word for the first 5 interns
Who was Meredith's mother
Who had an affair with Ellis
What was the first name of the hospital (s1-s5)
Who was Meredith's first bf
What was Derek's specialty
What did alex start to specialize in
Who did George marry
Who did george sleep with when married
Who cut denny's lvad wire
What did denny's money go to
What was Derek's nickname
Who was McSteamy
Who did Christina first sleep with
Who said that Yang's and Burke's wedding was over
Who did Yang officially marry
Why did Stevens and Karev get married
Who did Meredith give her liver to
Who was Meredith's half sister
How did Lexie die
What was Hunt's specialty
What country did hunt come from
Who fought with hunt who later went to work at the hospital
Who did Teddy Marry
How did Henry die
Who was Derek's first Wife
Why did Addison leave
Who was Derek's and Meredith's first kid
What country did Zola come from
Who did Callie marry after george
What was the name of Arizona's, Mark's, and Callie's baby
What was the name of the hospital after the merge
What was the last and final name of the hospital
What major event caused everyone to need revaluation
How did Derek Die
Where was Shepard on Yang and Hunts wedding
What was the name of Bailey's child
Who was nicknamed the Nazi
What clinical trial caused meredith to lose her job the first time
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