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Loved the season opener.  Really want to know what Chief was talking about when he said 'consider yourselves on notice' though.


DITTO on the whole Journeyman cross over.  Liked his character a lot.  Want to know if they really will pull him in permanently or if they'll just have him do a few appearances.


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Could another hot doc be scrubbing in at Seattle Grace next season? Kevin McKidd, the Scottish actor who headlined last season's time-traveling drama Journeyman, is in serious talks to join the cast. He'd play an M.D. who comes to the hospital after a stint in Iraq. It's expected to be a long story arc for McKidd, who also played the soldier Lucius Vorenus in HBO's regrettably short-lived Rome.


McDreamy and McSteamy, make way for McHunky. That's right. There's a new doctor operating on "Grey's Anatomy," the ABC hospital drama that begins its fifth season with a two-hour episode at 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25 on WEWS Channel 5.


And the new cast member actually has a last name that Mc-fits the "Grey's" Mc-nickname pattern for its so-called "studs in scrubs" characters. Scottish actor Kevin McKidd, best known for his star turns on HBO's "Rome" and NBC's short-lived "Journeyman," makes his first appearance Thursday night as U.S. Army surgeon Owen Hunter.


This will be at least an 11-episode tour of duty for Hunter, but if the drama-and-trauma character catches fire with the fans, look for McKidd to become a regular with stars Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, Chandra Wilson, Patrick Dempsey and Cleveland native James Pickens Jr.

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