"Where The Boys Are" is the seventh episode of the third season of Grey's Anatomy and the 43rd produced episode of the series. It is also the 43rd produced episode of the Grey's Anatomy franchise. It was broadcast on November 9, 2006.
The men of Seattle Grace go on a camping trip which brings and Derek finds his attempts to get some peace and quiet are ruined by the presence of his colleagues. George discovers the truth about Callie's tryst with Mark after Alex tries to offer his friendly advice to back away. In Seattle Addison and Callie bond over a pregnant patients devestating plight, Mark tries to get Meredith to forget about Derek as they work together on a case like nothing Meredith has experiences before, Izzie tries to escape her peer counciller Sydney and Bailey confronts Cristina about erasing her name from the surgical board.
- "As surgerons we're trained to look for disease. Sometimes the problem is easily detected. Most of the time you need to go step by step: first probing the surface looking for any sign of trouble: a mole or a lesion or a unwelcome lump. Most of the time we can't tell what's wrong with somebody by just looking at them. After all, they can look perfectly fine on the outside while their insides tell us a whole different story."
- "Not all wounds are superficial. Most wounds run deeper than we can imagine, you can't see them with the naked eye. And then there are the wounds that take us by suprise. The trick with any kind of wound or disease is to dig down and find the real source of the injury and, once you've found it, try like hell to heal that sucker."
- "Think I'm In Love" - Beck
- "Tell Me What To Do" - Jim Noir
- "Make Right With You" - Luke Temple
- "Greedy" - Inara George
- "Something In The Water" - Jealous Girlfriends
- "It's Time" - Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys
- "There Is So Much More" - Brett Dennen
- "12:59 Lullaby" - Bedouin Soundclash
- "A Cold Wind Will Blow Through Your Door" - Bill Ricchini
This episodes' title references the album Where The Boys Are, originally sung by Connie Francis