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[Season 3, Episode 6: Originally aired November 2, 2006]
Synopsis (from ABC.com):
To make it - really make it - as a surgeon - it takes major commitment. We have to be willing to pick up that scalpel and make a cut that may or may not do more damage than good. It's all about being committed, because if we're not? We have no business picking up that scalpel in the first place.
Legal clears Izzie to come back to work, but Miranda is surprised that the Chief wants her to oversee Izzie again. She thinks Izzie should get a fresh start, but the Chief makes it clear several doctors on staff have concerns about Miranda'sMiranda's judgment and she needs to prove herself via Izzie.Izzie.
Miranda takes a hard line with her prodigal intern. Her long lists of "don'ts" includes no surgeries and no being alone with or talking to patients. And she's to be be paired up with another doctor. The first day is none other than Meredith.Meredith.
Cristina has taken over writing in surgeries on the O.R. board to protect Burke by making sure that he's not booked into the gallery O.R. and that despite bribes from residents, none of them scrub in.
There are times when even the best of us have trouble with commitment, and we may be surprised at the commitments we're willing to let slip out of our grasp. Commitments are complicated. We may surprise ourselves by the commitments we're willing to make. True commitment, takes effort, and sacrifice. Which is why sometimes, we have to learn the hard way, to choose our commitments very carefully.
Music: Let the Angels Commit
Recap of Events:
This episode's title refers to a song by Danielle Howle and the Tantrums.
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