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  • Mitrofanoof on "Grey Anatomy"

    Anyone see the episode of "GA" with the teen girl who wanted the procedure, but her parents weren't so gung-ho for it? I'm curious if it was realistic, and would the procedure had made such a big difference in her quality of life.

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    Sorry, missed this one.
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    • #3
      Was this the one with the teen girl, where her parents wanted her to stay home and go to a local college and she wanted to go away to college? And there was some procedure that would allow her to be more independent and live on campus? The one where Alex like pushed her around all day to keep her away from her parents? And I think he might have kissed her, or she asked him to kiss her because she'd never been kissed...
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      • #4
        Lin, I believe it is.

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          well, than obviously I've seen it I don't have a mitrofanoff though so no clue how realistic it was. Hopefully my description helps someone who has one remember the episode.
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