Later in their intern year, George and Alex Karev get stuck in an elevator with a patient who has been shot. Mark’s character growth endeared him to audiences as more than a set of washboard abs and sexy salt and pepper goatee: At the time of his death, he served as a decent best friend, mentor, father and true love to Lexie Grey. However, the apartment was awful, so in an attempt to get George to stay at their "crapartment", Lexie began stealing things from the hospital. Because nobody knew who the John Doe was, no family was called so Amanda refused to leave his side. He and Callie divorced later and Izzie and George started up a relationship.

George refused to shoot the turkey but after years of refusing, George eventually gave in so that he could go back home and stop having to "choose a car". Mark Sloan disliked most interns and George was no exception. Seattle Grace Mercy West/Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital to compile a definitive list of the saddest character deaths. George never got on well with his brothers. Read on for the Top 13. However, she told Alex to give her a reason to stay. T.R. A couple (Joan and Frank Waring) came to the hospital thinking that Jane Doe was their daughter, Shannon Marie.

They got drunk and had sex, but George believed it was a mistake and they should forget what happened. When Mr. Torres first met George, he mistrusted him because he assumed that George had married Callie for her money.

On his way home, George jumped in front of a bus to save a woman's life. When Alex tried to run the tests, Ava refused to cooperate. They met in college and got married the year after they graduated. It would be hard to watch any newborn die, and it was even harder to watch Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April’s (Sarah Drew) preemie succumb to his rare bone disease. Before discovering it was George, Meredith said to him that he "...made a good friend there. ("Freedom, Part 2"), After Alex realized she had regained her memory, he tried to convince her to tell the authorities so that her family could be located; although she initially refused, she eventually confessed that her real name was Rebecca Pope. But they grew close again when George's father was admitted, and they kissed. After this point, George and Cristina's relationship worsens. George O'Malley loved his friends and was always there for them. Deceased Eventually, he snapped and hit Mike's face with a stick.

Jeff Pope (husband, separated) Later, when he left her unattended with a knife to answer a phone call, she slit her wrists. But, the silver lining in this “Grey’s” cloud is the budding relationship she began with Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams). To see Mark, first in denial, finally declare his love for her as she was dying only made the scene more heartbreaking. Alex had her identify the items on cards while Derek stimulated different parts of her brain. Knight), who died in the 11th episode of Season 3 from cancer; Susan Grey (Mare Winningham), who died due to complications from a procedure to treat hiccups in the 23rd episode of Season 3; Gary Clark (Michael O’Neill), a mass shooter who took his grief over the death of his wife out on the hospital and ultimately killed himself in the sixth season finale; Dr. Craig Thomas (William Daniels), who died of a heart attack while performing an operation in the fifth episode of Season 9; Heather Brooks (Tina Majorino), part of the second class of surgical interns who died from accidental electrocution in the second episode of Season 10; Jimmy Evans (James Remar), who died in Season 10 from complications of endocarditis, which he developed after years of heroin use; Francesca McNeil (Harley Graham) who was admitted for cardiomyopathy and received an artificial heart — but who passed away after the transplant in the 21st episode of Season 10; Olive Warner (Mary Kay Place), Dr. Richard Webber’s (James Pickens Jr.) Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor, who died due to cardiomyopathy related to liver failure in Season 14; and Paul Stadler (Matthew Morrison), Dr. Jo Wilson’s (Camilla Luddington) estranged and abusive husband, who was attacked in a hit-and-run in the 10th episode of Season 14 and whose organs were donated to save others, allowing him to do something good for once. After hearing that George only assisted in surgeries, his brothers refused to call him a "real doctor" and often made fun of him. In George's final scene, we learn he was granted the rank of Captain, which is the entry-level rank for Army physicians. George also had the most letters of recommendation (14) when he applied for the surgical program.

("Desire"), Because her more emergency health issues were addressed and her memory had still not come back, Derek Shepherd agreed to look more seriously into possible causes for the memory loss. Alex was reluctant at first to have anything to do with her or the baby, but eventually he accepted it and excitedly began to build a new life for him, the baby, and Rebecca, who left to tell her husband she was leaving him. When he spotted George he pushed him up against a wall and threatened to kill him for cheating on Callie but Callie told her father that she had cheated on him with Mark too. He started to avoid her but almost immediately he befriended her again. His brain swelled during surgery and he was ultimately declared brain dead. He asked a girl out to prom and she said yes.



When Meredith, Callie, and Alex were dicussing all of the different doctors that lived in Meredith's house, George was brought up and Alex made a somber toast in his honor, showing that he truly did see him as a friend. George moved back into the house, which made Izzie happy (although she strongly disliked his girlfriend, Callie Torres). George slept with Izzie and they both admitted that they were in love with one another, their romantic relationship ended George's marriage with Callie.

He met Callie and she gave him her phone number. The saddest part of Adele’s death — which occurred offscreen — was watching Richard and his wife dancing together in his imagination. Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. George successfully completed the procedure in the elevator and saved the patient's life. 9. Meredith’s included. When he returned, Rebecca was gone, but had left a piece of her clothing. However, after failing to recreate the great sex they had before, they decided that although they had great chemistry it wasn't the right time. ("Didn't We Almost Have It All?

Months later after George and Callie's divorce, Mr. Torres came to visit his daughter at Seattle Grace. Count She did not seem to have a problem with him being in her O.R. They put him in his army uniform in Izzie's dream because he had already left Grey's Anatomy and had cut his hair. Things got worse when Burke was shot and received surgery. When he was in high school, he was secretary and treasurer of the. She told him that she 'had to come looking for him'. He then figured out that her memory had come back and she was lying to him about it.
104 . Last Later, when George's mother returned, which brings back memories of George, Alex revealed to Cristina and Meredith that he didn't like to think of George because it reminded him of Izzie (his ex-wife) which brought pain. When she finally did visit, the two carried on a somewhat terse conversation before he ultimately died in his sleep. George and Cristina had lots of problems with their friendship.

However, they had a shortlived romantic history, which broke off eventually.

The doctors estimated her age at 32 years old.
Alex went to Derek and asked him to run tests. Now showrun by Krista Vernoff, “Grey’s Anatomy” has become the longest-running medical drama on television and, as such, the show has accumulated a record-high body count. After that, Sadie quit and called George an "ass". ("Drowning on Dry Land"), She woke up after her surgery confused. He died after jumping in front of a bus to save a woman's life.

After the divorce, they remained friends. He saved several lives by donating all possible organs: His kidneys went to St. Luke's Children's Hospital in Boise, Idaho, for Molly Kemper, age 8, who had hypoplastic kidneys. She was brought to Seattle Grace Hospital where she bonded with Alex but later left when she recovered her memories. Cristina even tells his mother, Louise, that George is the best intern and a good person, and that his mother raised a good human being. When Dr. Taylor fell asleep during surgery, Shepherd promptly kicked him out. Meredith quickly figured out that it was, in fact, George. They went running together and acted like a team constantly.

Rebecca came into the hospital wanting to get a consult from Mark Sloan.

He loyally served his role of bringing Derek (Patrick Dempsey), Addison (Kate Walsh) and Meredith together all throughout Season 2, only to be put down and overshadowed by Denny Duquette’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) death. Just because Doc’s presence on the series was only the result of Meredith’s escapism, it doesn’t mean he deserved to die. Alex repeatedly and frequently pointed out George's flaws - calling him weak and pathetic more than once - but Alex later revealed that he actually respected George and that if he were still alive then he would have beaten all the other residents at each milestone (1st solo surgery, chief resident, etc.). He went to medical school at the School of Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University.