• Episode Count = 27
  • Run = September 25, 2005 - May 15, 2006

The '''second season''' of Grey's Anatomy premiered September 25, 2005 and ended May 15, 2006. It premiered on ABC on Sunday nights at 10 PM, except for the two final episodes, which aired Monday, May 15, 2006, at 9 and 10 PM respectively. The first season had originally contained 14 episodes, but ABC decided to end the season early after 9 episodes. The 5 remaining episodes of season 1 were added to the 22 episodes ABC ordered for the second season, bringing season 2 to the total of 27 episodes, ending with a three-hour finale.

Plot overview Edit

  • Cristina's ectopic pregnancy.
  • The love triangle with Meredith, Derek, and Addison.
  • Miranda Bailey's pregnancy.
  • Meredith sleeping with George.
  • George's relationship with Callie Torres.
  • Izzie and Alex's relationship.
  • Denny Duquette's crush on Izzie.
  • Cristina and Burke's relationship.


Main CastEdit

Special Guest StarsEdit

Recurring Guest StarsEdit

Prominent Guest StarsEdit

Recurring Co-StarsEdit

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • Rather than condensing or throwing out plot lines, Grey’s Anatomy producers chose to end the first season with the ninth episode and save the following episodes for the second season. Episodes 10-14 were then held and broadcast as the first five episodes of Season 2. Bring the Pain, which aired as the series' 14th episode, has been cited in series creator Shonda Rhimes' blog as having been originally intended as the first season finale.
  • The series' opening credit sequence was also dropped by the last half of the second season, replaced by a title card displayed at the end of the first act and credits displayed over the opening of the second act of each episode.
  • Most of the episode voice overs are narrated by Meredith Grey, but there are three exceptions:
    • George O'Malley narrates the voice over from the episode What Have I Done to Deserve This?
    • Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response's voice over is narrated by all main characters.
    • Losing My Religion has no voice over.
  • Chandra Wilson was pregnant with her son during part of the season, like her character.
  • All main characters of the season appear in every episode, except for Miranda Bailey, who's absent for one episode.

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