Ellen Pompeo at Good Medicine.

Good Medicine was a one-off musical charity event performed by the cast of Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice in aid of the Solidarity Fund, set up by the Writer's Guild of America for all those who had been put out of work because of the strike.

The show was on Friday, February 29th, 2008 at the Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, with 1,800 tickets selling for $85 each. Reports indicate a large amount of the audience was the press and journalists, but also included fans and the cast and crew of Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice (such as Steven W. Bailey (Joe the Bartender)).

The ShowEdit

Notable absentees from were Patrick Dempsey and Kate Walsh, as both were abroad; Dempsey, promoting his film Enchanted in Japan, while Walsh was in Australia promoting Private Practice (however sources claim at the time of the show Walsh would have been on a flight to Colorado). However, both submitted videos for the night.

The cast, filled with Tony Winners, Broadway stars and Emmy winners, performed both musical events and comedic events.

Notable events of the evening include:

See AlsoEdit

The Grey Matter blog post on this episode can be found here.

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