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The scenes filmed at the ferry terminal were NOT filmed in Seattle. Producers visited the real Coleman Dock late December/early January and took images of the entire area. They then took the background shots and filmed the triage scenes in a Los Angeles parking lot.
Callie's full name is Calliope Iphegenia Torres-O'Malley.
In all reality, Jilly would have been shunned from her community like Rachel as soon as her parents arrived and learned what the surgery was for. The Amish see any surgery involving the reproductive system (this includes life threating cases and even necessary C-Sections) as sacrilegious and is guaranteed an automatic shunning from the community.
Goof: In the scene at the beginning with George and Izzie, after George hits Izzie (who looks mad) for the second time with the cloth and says "That's what I'm saying", you can clearly see in the first shot where Izzie goes to look down at the french toast, that she's smiling, but in the second shot she looks mad again.
Episode was written in memory of Bob Verne, Krista Vernoff's father, who passed away in 2001 of cancer. Krista wrote this episode and is credited as an executive producer as well as a part of the creative team.
Morning sequences for parts I & II were shot together. Meredith and Derek waking up scenes & George and Izzie kitchen scenes.
Cristina: My step-father, he's nice, I see him for Yom Kippur.
Yom Kippur is the Jewish day of repentance, considered to be one of the holiest and most solemn days of the year.
After two years of her on-and-off relationship with Derek, Meredith finally realizes, in this episode, that due to her snoring, Derek has been slipping out of bed right after she falls asleep, sleeping somewhere else all night, and setting an alarm to get back into bed with her right before she wakes up, so she'll never know he was gone. The audience is expected to believe, then, that Meredith has never woken up in the middle of the night for two years and, as a result, has never noticed that Derek wasn't there. That is a bit of a stretch. Even the deepest sleepers wake up sometimes.
Goof: When Meredith first finds Derek in George's bed, the blankets are covering his legs. In the next shot, however, a few seconds later, his feet and lower legs are completely visible.
Goof: The outfit Izzie wears when she goes into the bank to deposit the check is the same as the one she was wearing the day before. She wears it in the morning, then an entire day passes, she's shown in her pajamas again the next morning, and then she is wearing it at the bank.
Goof: When Addison stops by Burke's room (24:53 into the episode) she takes off her glasses twice: Once as she's stopping and once more after he talks and the camera moves back to her.
Goof: In the kitchen, George throws an orange at Izzie's newspaper to emphasize his point. Look closely. In the wide camera shot Izzie is scowling at George as he throws the orange and even after it hits her newspaper. The camera then cuts to George close up and Izzie can be seen trying not to giggle in the very bottom right corner of the screen. A split second later when the shot widens out and faces Izzie again she is back scowling again.
"Six days" was originally a one hour that they had to either cut down or stretch out for a two-parter. They opted for the latter and due to the added scenes couldn't pull it all by the original Jan. 4th airdate...thus pushing back the date to Jan. 11th.
Some of the last added scenes actually seem to be some of the most memorable scenes (i.e. George and Callie's morning in the kitchen scene & Callie staring George down scene).
Jan 11 was going to be a repeat but thanks to the decision to lengthen the episode into two parts instead of shortening we get 7 straight weeks of new episodes to take us out of the rest of Season 3.
The scene with Addison in the elevator in the montage at the end of the episode (music by Travis) was the exact same clip recycled from Season Two's - "Yesterday" (2x18). Apparently they have recycled clips in a lot of the other episodes too and seems to be a common cutting room practice that most never even catch.
Goof: In the beginning scenes, when the interns are in the ER, Meredith calls a time of death at 7:53, however, minutes later Mark is treating a patient and his watch reads 10:00.
Goof: When Cristina is squirted with blood in the operating room, moments later it is in a different pattern on her mask.
Goof: As Cristina is walking out of the OR covered in blood, the spot of blood above her left eyebrow disappears and reappears between shots.
Goof: George says his father was diagnosed with Stage III metastatic cancer. Metastatic cancer is by definition Stage IV.
Goof: When Meredith and Derek are in the bathtub, Derek has nothing on his face. The next shot of him he has foam on his forehead. In the shot after that, his face is bare again.
Goof: The boy who swallows the Monopoly pieces says that he swallowed mostly houses and hotels, but he also swallowed the thimble, the race car, and the shoe. However, when Izzie is digging through his stool, she finds the dog piece. He never said he swallow the dog, so why does she find it?
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