The year was 2005. George W. Bush was president, we listened to music on iPods, and Netflix was still a DVD-rental-by-mail service. It was also the year that marked the beginning of an era in primetime television: the premiere of Grey's Anatomy. On this episode of Not Over It, we're revisiting some of the show's most iconic moments (for better or for worse), storylines we still can't get over, and the show's most heart-wrenching character departures. Join us as we try to remember all 17 seasons of ups, downs, and close encounters in the elevator at the hospital formerly known as Seattle Grace.
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