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Reuters announced that ABC has renewed Grey's Anatomy and better yet, they will be keeping it on Sunday nights after Desperate Housewives. The shows are performing so well together that ABC has decided it's a match for guaranteed Sunday success.

After fabulous episodes last night, I couldn't be happier to report this good news. DH is still exciting as Gabrielle goes back to John and may be pregnant soon - who will the daddy be? Susan's annoying mom came to town making her character even more annoying. Bree and Lynette have a mommy bonding moment as they disagree on how to discipline the kids and then make up and make plans to bitch about their kids. Also the weird men, Paul and son Zach have some seriously hidden skeletons in their past - so Zack was Dana - so confusing???

On GA, the messenger race causes havoc in the hospital and we saw the interns scramble for the best patient, cure and more. When did Patrick Dempsey get so cute - at least since the days of Can't Buy Me Love???? Meredith continues to narrate the show and this week was all about rules and competition. The character development each week makes me like these guys more and more. Thanks ABC for keeping this new show on Sunday night - it makes thinking about "the Mondays" less dreadful. Next week looks exciting as the ex-model freaks out on all the men who find her old modeling photos. Oh la la.

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