By TIME Staff
April 24, 2015

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Are those contacts, Dr. Avery? Jackson, the plastic surgeon/trust-fund baby/chairman of the hospital board, played by Jesse Williams, has smoldered with his baby blues since season six. Ascend the hunk throne, Doctor.

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Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) could have been a McSteamy replacement back when the original McSteamy (Eric Dane) died in season nine, but he just wasn’t nice enough. As a series original, Karev has gone by Dr. Evil Spawn, Dr. Doucheface and Dr. Jr. Butthole, but with his ever-expanding big heart and increasingly nice personality, he’s earned the McSteamyism.

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Owen Hunt is actually a Mc something in real life. Kevin McKidd plays the redheaded former Army doctor, who could be a viable love interest for Meredith if he weren’t dating Derek’s sister—but who knows what roads we will travel in Shondaland.

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Jessica Capshaw, who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins, is Kate Capshaw’s daughter. Not that your real-life relatives should eclipse your talent, since Robbins, a pediatric specialist (who learned extra-super-special skills from a guest-starring Geena Davis this season), is one of our cast favorites.

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We aren’t talking Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. You can say Grey’s Anatomy is lost without Derek or Meredith, but Dr. Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is the show’s true north.

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April Kepner (Sarah Drew) has won over the usually pretty subdued Grey Sloan surgical team with her exceedingly (really exceedingly) cheery demeanor and organizational skills on par with Marie Kondo.

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