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    Grey's Anatomy: Chandra Wilson To Direct Again.

    Thursday, March 03 2011


    Chandra Wilson (ABC)
    Fourth time!

    Chandra Wilson, who plays no-nonsense Dr. Miranda Bailey on Grey's Anatomy, will be directing the upcoming twentieth episode for this season. This will mark Chandra's fourth time in the director's chair for the series. No details of the episode have yet been revealed, but according to TV Guide, Chandra is looking forward to trying new things, specifically, using a crane to do an aerial shot. Guess we'll have to keep watching to see if it happens!

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    USER COMMENTS

    Posted by hot temper at Sunday, March 06 2011 02:29 PM

    i would like to know why Grey's Anatomy has sooo many repeats this season? Is it because of actors doing producing jobs? I also heard that Patrick is producing a movie. If so, is this the reason for soooo many repeats?

    Posted by fancydancer at Friday, March 18 2011 01:48 PM

    I hope this means Dr. Bailey will have some more FUN!I really liked it when she was talking about inappropriate behaviour and "why the hell not? That's how I'm feeling these days, why the HELL not? This is one of few shows that can get away with repeats, because each episode is really good!

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