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    Nancylee
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    …around at the hospital this morning and I dont see anyone singing. Whats up with that?? Callie has a great voice.

    …around at the hospital this morning and I dont see anyone singing. Whats up with that?? Callie has a great voice.

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      dian in spokane
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      she used to sing on broadway, so I expected her to have a great voice, but.. stilll.. dynamite!

      The one voice that really surprised me was OWEN! wow!

      You are in the hospital today? really..you need to be more.. forthcoming with your chatterclub

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        Nancylee
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        I am forthcoming you crazy lady. I am at the hospital Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays for blood test.  Some weeks, every day.

        How did you like the way they covered for the poor suckers who couldnt sing. I Loved Callies voice. She gave me chills. (Maybe it was just a fever.) Yes, Owen surprised me as well but no one came close to hers.  I do have to say I always thought she was pretty but she looked BEAUTIFUL last night with that powerful voice behind her.

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        Kimmer
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        Kinda liked it…kinda didn't. The dialog got in the way and made it noisey, I think. Sara Ramirez is lovely in every way though. The guy who plays Owen is great…don't usually like him.  Bailey (Chandra Wilson?) was really good, too.  She and Callie are my fave characters in the show.

        It was fun to watch and I like it when Grey's does something that is on the edge.

        k.

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        Kimmer
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        Kinda liked it…kinda didn't. The dialog got in the way and made it noisey, I think. Sara Ramirez is lovely in every way though. The guy who plays Owen is great…don't usually like him.  Bailey (Chandra Wilson?) was really good, too.  She and Callie are my fave characters in the show.

        It was fun to watch and I like it when Grey's does something that is on the edge.

        k.

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        dian in spokane
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        yes.. she was totally beautiful.

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        dian in spokane
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        yes.. she was totally beautiful.

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        Nancylee
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        I am forthcoming you crazy lady. I am at the hospital Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays for blood test.  Some weeks, every day.

        How did you like the way they covered for the poor suckers who couldnt sing. I Loved Callies voice. She gave me chills. (Maybe it was just a fever.) Yes, Owen surprised me as well but no one came close to hers.  I do have to say I always thought she was pretty but she looked BEAUTIFUL last night with that powerful voice behind her.

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      dian in spokane
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      she used to sing on broadway, so I expected her to have a great voice, but.. stilll.. dynamite!

      The one voice that really surprised me was OWEN! wow!

      You are in the hospital today? really..you need to be more.. forthcoming with your chatterclub

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      dian in spokane
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      did you ask the hosptial staff why they wern't singing?

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      dian in spokane
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      did you ask the hosptial staff why they wern't singing?

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