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Meredith and Derek's Grey's Wedding Site: Cute or Creepy?

Apparently we're all invited to a Grey's Anatomy wedding. As we saw in this week's episode, Izzie is hard at work planning Meredith and Derek's May 14 wedding from her hospital bed, and ABC has even created a faux (but very real-looking) wedding website for the couple.

Written from Izzie's perspective, the site includes stories about Mere and Der, pictures from the elevator proposal, a planning blog, and even wedding advice from around Seattle Grace ("Champagne is good." — Arizona).

One very cool thing is the "registry" page, which is actually donation links for charities that have affected the Grey's characters. But overall, I can't decide if this idea is cute or creepy. On the one hand, it's fun and even has a few tidbits about the characters that I'm not sure we knew before, making it worthwhile for hardcore fans to read. On the other hand, well, this isn't a real wedding! So I'm putting it to you — how do you feel about it?

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jathers jathers 5 years
WHAT IS THE FREAKING PASSWORD!?
friends210 friends210 6 years
ME I MEAN LOL PLZZZ I WANNA NOW!
friends210 friends210 6 years
WHATS THE PASSSWORD PLZSSSS TELL E!
Penny4545 Penny4545 7 years
Let's just hope that the wedding happens without any drama (i.e. sandra oh's character from the 2nd (?) season)
Penny4545 Penny4545 7 years
It's only a web site, doesn't hurt anyone. It's cheesy. But cute...
proteanlives proteanlives 7 years
I remember the Laura Palmer's diary thing! Thanks for reminding me. They've also published books related to storylines on As the World Turns, and How I Met Your Mother always has a website if they mention it on the show (e.g. TedMosbyIsAJerk.Com).
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
Both! For fans its cool but for non-fans it's like "what?"
care0531 care0531 7 years
It's a little strange- who found this?
gothamgal gothamgal 7 years
I'm ambivalent about it; don't mind the idea but think it's kind of a yawn. It doesn't seem that fresh and, therefore, not worthy of any buzz. Wow, that sounds a tad harsh.
skigurl skigurl 7 years
it's adorable and nice that they've managed to put a plug in for charity!
rossy rossy 7 years
I'm not sure if it was the first show to do it but I remember when "Twin Peaks" was on & doing the "Who Killed Laura Palmer?" plot bookstores were selling her "diary"... It even had the gimick of being "real" by having blank pages read: (Page ripped out) & (entry as found), etc. - Of course, once the murder of Laura Palmer was solved, people seemed to lose interest & it was canceled after the 2nd season.
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