10 Things To Know Before Watching Grey’s Anatomy
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10 Things To Know Before Watching Grey’s Anatomy

You will be addicted to Grey's Anatomy.

10 Things To Know Before Watching Grey’s Anatomy

1. If you haven’t watched Grey’s Anatomy, you need to, now.

2. If you are deciding to start watching now… You need to start from Season 1.

3. Do not skip anything. Not one episode. Not one part.

4. The second your favorite character becomes happy, do not expect it to last. Be emotionally and mentally prepared for something to go wrong, always.

5. This does not just go for characters, but couples as well. Do not get attached.

6. Be prepared for new characters to come out of nowhere.

7. You'll understand the meaning of needing someone to be "your person".

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8. Always be prepared for the season finale.

9. Get tissues ready, because you will be crying.

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10. Never, ever, get too attached.

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