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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Not Responsible - Season 7-16: Grey's Anatomy Preview

Not Responsible Screens 26 May 2011 at 8.30pm EST on Channel 7.

Without giving too much away, Meredith begins having trouble seeing and it look as though her fertility drugs are to blame. Will she choose being pregnant over her career.

Faced With a Crisis

Meredith and Derek's house plans; Meredith realises she is unable to see properly.

Mark makes it very clear to Callie and Arizona that he takes his role as father seriously. Arizona admits to Callie that their current situation is not her dream.

Serious Dad-to-Be      Doctor Robbins Pic      Pregnant Callie

Mark and Arizona and a pregnant Callie.

Adele Webber is admitted to the hospital again, much to the worry of the Chief. He has Dr Bailey do a full work-up and Dr Bailey recommends that Derek take a look, as Adele's recollection of events are inconsitent with the facts.

Adele and Miranda

Bailey and Adele

Christina and Owen have a fight because Christina does not want to have children and April see's another side of Dr Stark, the new pediatric attending. he asks April on a date, which totally surprises April and most of the viewers, however I can see a budding romance developing between the two of them.

April and Dr. Stark

Dr Stark and April Kepner

Make sure you tune in at 8.30 tonight on Seven as we are two weeks away from the unmissable musical episode event everyone's been talking about and the season finale screens in around six weeks time.

Janelle Coulton

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Sunday, May 22, 2011

As We Know It - Classic Greys Anatomy Part II

Season 2 Episode 17 - Meredith is the Girl with the Bomb

This episode and the preceding one was up there as one of the best Grey's episodes. Edge of the seat drama throughout the entire sequence of events.

Meredith narrating: "In hospitals they say you know. You know when you're going to die. Some doctors say it's a look patients get in their eyes. Some say there's a scent, a smell of death. Some think there's just some kind of sixth sense. When the great beyond is heading for you, you feel it coming. Whatever it is, it's creepy. Because if you know, what do you do about it? Forget about the fact that you're scared out of your mind. If you knew this was your last day on earth, how would you want to spend it?"

The episode opens with a recap of last weeks episode. We see Meredith standing over the patient with her hand in his chest. Dylan and the bomb squad are strapping a special vest over her torso and she feeling slightly freaked out and says to Christina: "I told you," referring to their conversation of that morning when Christina kicked her out of bed. She turns her attention to Dylan and says; "You have a plan, right?"  "You're gonna get me out of this." He doesn't answer her.

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Burke orders Christina to leave the room

Burke takes over ventillating the patient and orders Christina out of the room. He tells her he cannot do what he has to do with her there. She leaves and heads back to Derek's OR. Derek asks Christina how the girl with the bomb is and Christina blurts out that Meredith is the girl with the bomb. At that split second Bailey's husband Tucker goes into cardiac arrest. Derek works like crazy to get his heart started again and continues on with the surgery, Christina looks outside and see the bomb squad and Meredith moving the gurney. Christina runs out to see what's going on, and Dylan yells at her to get hell the away. Meredith explains that they are moving to an OR further away from the oxygen lines in case they blow up. She then asks Christina to distract her, as she is really freaked and dying to pee.

Meanwhile Bailey is in hard labour and refusing to push, Addison takes care of her and at the same time warns the Chief that he may have to find her an OR soon or Bailey's and the baby's life could be in serious danger. This was a different side of Bailey that we have not seen before. We're so used to seeing Bailey as a very strong and capable person. We see Bailey as vulnerable and not at all in control, which is exactly how it is during childbirth. George eventually convinces Bailey to give birth.

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George helps Bailey.

Alex and Izzie; frustrated because it seems like there is nothing they can do to help the situation, sneak off and have sex in the linen closet. They are need however, when the Chief under a huge amount of stress and pressure has an severe anxiety attack. Adele; the Chief's wife orders her husband back to bed and tells Izzie and Alex that they can talk to her about the Chief medical situation.

When Dylan tells Meredith it's time to remove her hand, she starts to freak a little. Dylan tells her to imagine that he is someone she likes if it will help her to do what she needs to do. Meredith pictures Derek in her mind standing there saying "You can do this, it will be over in a second." She slowly wraps her hand around the nose-cone of the bomb and holding it level (as per Dylan's instructions) she removes her hand and the bomb and gently places it in Dylan's hands.

Episode 2.17 As We Know It

Meredith momentarily hesitates as she is about to remove the bomb.

The song "Breathe" by Anna Nalik plays in the background. Meredith watches Dylan slowly turn and walk out of the OR, Meredith slowly walks to the door to thank him and just as we are all catching our breath, the bomb explodes; killing Dylan and another member of the bomb squad. Meredith is propelled backwards and knocked unconscious. That scene right there made me nearly jump out of my skin; I was not expecting it.

While the rest of the hospital wait for the doctors to return from the OR floor. Christina and Izzie (fully clothed) take Meredith into the shower and clean the blood from her face and hair. George is standing inside the door watching, it's a far, far away from the dream George had that morning. Meanwhile Derek is pacing the floor looking for Meredith, yelling at everyone "Where is she?" We all know he's looking for Meredith. However the others think it is Addison he's looking for. When Addison runs over and hugs Derek; Adele Webber notices the look on Derek's face and she whispers to the Chief that Addison was not the she Derek was asking for. 

Later that evening Derek pays Meredith a visit; he tells her he's glad that she didn't die. The love between them is still very much alive. Meredith asks him about their last kiss, she is upset that she cannot remember it. Derek reminds her, by explaining the entire moment, right down to remembering the smell of her hair. It was a touching scene. Meredith tells him the scent was lavender.

The episode closes with Meredith narrating: "If you knew this was your last day on earth, how would you want to spend it?"

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It's The End of the World - Classic Greys Anatomy Part I

Season 2 Episode 16 - A Bomb in a Patients Body

MEREDITH: [narrating] "It’s a look patients get in their eyes. Some kind of sixth sense, when the great beyond is headed for you, you feel it coming. What's the one thing you’ve always dreamed of doing before you died?"

Part one of a two part episode. This was a first for Grey's Anatomy. The episode opens with George dreaming about Meredith, Izzie and Christina; naked in the shower. George wakes up, and promptly falls out out of bed and at the same time Meredith says (narrating) "Clearly not my dream!" Izzie and George are ready for work and waiting for Meredith who has refused to get out of bed; saying that she has a feeling, a feelilng that she might die. They end up calling Cristina, who comes over and after a conversation with Meredith about Addison having her Mclife, and her feeling that she might die, Cristina physically kicks Meredith's ass out of bed with the words: "Whatever. Everybody has problems. Get your ass out of bed and get to work. NOW! Move, move, move!"

Meredith's fear that she was about to have a bad day was soon confirmed. She is standing in the ER when Derek asks "What's wrong?" She tells him "I have a feeling." He thinks about this for a second and says "I have those." Meredith asks him what to do about it, and Derek says. "Wait for it to pass." But from the look on Meredith's face her feeling is not going to pass any time soon.

A patient with an unexploded bomb in his chest arrives in the ER. A young paramedic; Hannah has her hand in his chest, essentially stopping him from bleeding out. Dr Burke takes him up to surgery, unaware that there is a bomb in the guy's chest. When Alex questions the patient's wife and best friend, he realises that the ammunition did not explode and an unexploded bazooka bomb is in this patients body. Alex runs like hell to the OR. He informs Burke, who declares a Code Black.

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Hannah, the paramedic - Played by Christine Ricci

Meanwhile Bailey arrives outside the ER and asks George to page Addison Shepherd, then her water breaks all over Georges shoes. She is rushed to maternity, just as her husband, Tucker is brought in to the ER, having crashed his car on the way to the hospital. It's a severe head injury and Shepherd is paged, and rushes him to the OR for emergency brain-surgery.

Seattle Grace goes into Code Black status and the Chief orders the entire OR floor be evacuated and the bomb squad are called in. Bailey is calling her husband and has George running everywhere looking for him. When he does learn the truth and tells Addison, she tries to keep the news from Bailey, however Bailey figures out that something is wrong and drags the truth out of Addison.

Filling Them In

Izzie, George and Addison in the Elevator. "It's Bad." Addison says, "Go to your locker room and wait for instructions from your resident."

When told to evacuate by Dylan; the hunky bomb squad expert and the Chief; Derek refuses to leave the OR as he does not want to just let Bailey's husband die on the table. He tells everyone in his OR that they should all evacuate. Everyone leaves except one scrub-nurse, the anesthesiologist and Cristina. Derek tells Dylan: "The chief does not scare me, Dr Bailey scares me."

Bailey decides she is going home, and having the baby tomorrow, much to George and Addison's horror. She starts packing her suitcase telling George he needs to drive her home. He tells her he can't do that and Bailey keeps pacing around saying that she will have the baby tomorrow.

In the OR where the patient with bomb is, Dr Miller, the anesthesiologist deserts Hannah, telling her to squeeze to ventilation bag in even beats. He leaves her alone with an unconscious patient and a bomb. Meredith and Christina peek in the window and realise that Hannah is all alone and freaking out. Meredith rushes over to her side; just as Burke and the bomb guy enter the room. Meredith tries to calm Hannah down but it's no use; Hannah panics, removes her hand and runs out of the OR. Everyone hits the deck except Meredith who puts her hand inside the patient's chest, and holds the bomb.

Everybody, Hit the Deck!            

Christina and Burke hit the deck  

The episode ends with Meredith standing over the patient's body saying, "What did I do, what did I do, what did I do, what did I do?" and the screen fades to black. There is no closing narration, which was possibly a first for Grey's Anatomy too.

It's the End of the World... Photo

Meredith and Hannah right before Hannah panics and pulls her hand out of the patient

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Friday, May 20, 2011

Into You Like a Train - Derek Chooses Addison

This episode was meant to be the Season 2 premiere; however in the US only nine episodes were shown in Season 1, beginning March 27, 2005. As for Australia, I really can't remember. I did not start watching Grey's Anatomy on a regular basis until near the end of Season 2.

Meredith has to Face the Reality

"Into You Like A Train," opens with Meredith sitting at Joe's bar drinking tequila shots, waiting for Derek; whom she begged to choose her and love her.  As time goes on, and Meredith gets more inebriated, everyone's pagers' start beeping. There has been a massive train accident and multiple casulties are expected.  Let's face it, Meredith is in denial. It was so obvious to me that Derek would choose Addison, especially when he debated over signing the divorce papers. This episode was about facing up to the reality of Derek, which means Derek will not just walk away from his marriage, he needs to explore the possibility of fixing things before throwing away his eleven year marriage.

Meredith narrates: "In general, people can be categorized in one of two ways. Those who love surprises and those who don't. I don't. I've never met a surgeon that enjoys a surprise, because as surgeons, we like to be in the know. We have to be in the know, because when we aren't, people die and lawsuits happen. Okay, I think I'm rambling. My point, actually, and I do have one, has nothing to do with surprises or death or lawsuits, or even surgeons. My point is that whoever said 'What you don't know can’t hurt you,' was a complete and total moron. Because for most people I know, not knowing is the worst feeling in the world." [sees passengers impaled on metal pole] "Okay, fine. Maybe the second worst."

Please Love Me

Meredith feeling drunk and pathetic

Derek does show up and Joe informs him that he's late. Meredith is long gone; having been paged earlier. She is forced to stand aside and watch her colleagues work as she is rather drunk; and at one point suggests to Bailey that perhaps she should go home.

Have You Seen A Severed Leg?

Christina spends the entire night running around searching for a missing leg; at once stage trying to enlist Burkes help. Alex eventually finds the leg; and steals the surgery that Christina was hoping to assist on once she had found the leg. Izzie finds herself working for Addison; and Addison is impressed by Izzie's aptitude for her specialty. She tells Izzie this and then asks her how important it is for Izzie to hate her. Izzie is silent, she does not know what to say. Addison then tells her she is sticking around for a while.

A Burktina Battle

Burke tells Christina he can't be her boyfriend when they're on duty.

Tom and Bonnie; the passengers Meredith saw earlier impaled by a pole. The surgeon's gather around to discuss how best to handle the case. Hours pass and Meredith begins to sober up; Bailey orders a blood alcohol test; which Meredith passes and is allowed to help with Tom and Bonnie's case. When the xrays are studied, it is revealed that one of them will die; if they remove the pole from either of them. 

After much debating; Burke and Shepherd decide that Tom's injuries are less serious; than Bonnie's so it would be best to remove Bonnie from the pole and give Tom the best chance possible. The symbolism of having to choose which patient to save and Derek making a choice between Meredith and Addison was very well executed and extremely heart wrenching, I went through a few tissues watching these scenes.

The Sole Survivor

Tom and Bonnie

You Can't Just Abandon Her


Meredith asks if she can scrub in and whilst in the scrub room with Derek, she realises that he has chosen to try and save his marriage to Addison. In the OR after removing the pole from Bonnie; and trying to do whatever they can to save her, it is clear that she has no hope. Meredith become very upset and starts yelling "What about her? We can't just leave her! We can't just abandon her!" She also realises at that moment that she too has been abandoned by the man she loves. Bailey tells Meredith to leave her, that there was nothing any of us could do.

Pleading for an Answer

Meredith realises Derek has chosen his marriage - Picture courtesy of TVFanatic.com

Derek's night ends with a heart-wrenching conversation with Bonnie's fiance (Danny), he tells Danny that if love were enough, Bonnie would be with him now; and at the same time realises that those words reasonate with his feelings towards Meredith. He is in love with her, but love is not enough to walk away from his responsibility as a husband, no matter how much that hurts and confuses him. His marriage must be the priority.

A Tough Day

Derek loses it in the elevator

MEREDITH: [narrating] "As surgeons, there are so many things we have to know. We have to know we have what it takes. We have to know how to take care of our patients... and each other. Eventually, we have to figure out how to take care of ourselves. As surgeons we have to be in the know, but as human beings, sometimes it's better to stay in the dark. In the dark there may be fear, but there's also hope."

In conclusion, Meredith is completely unaware of how painful and difficult Derek's decision was; hence his tears in front of Bailey in the elevator. In time it becomes clear to Meredith just why her McDreamy made the choice to stay with Addison.

Best Quote: Cristina (to Burke): "So I can sleep with someone else when we're on duty?"

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Monday, May 16, 2011

The Men in Christina's Life - Preston Burke V's Owen Hunt

Cristina & Burke V's Cristina & Owen

Cristina and Burke - Grey's Anatomy

There's was a strange relationship, none the less it worked. They had a lot in common and shared the same career goals, as well as being disciplined and both very focussed on their professional lives. So when Christina all of sudden discovers she's pregnant; and not long after her discovery; Burke ends the relationship. Christina goes ahead and schedules an abortion, which she would have done even had Burke not ended their liason. However before she can get the abortion done; she collapses in the OR and subsequently loses the baby, due to an etopic pregnancy, which essentially means the embryo is growing inside her fallopian tube and the baby would not have survived anyway. Christina loses a fallopian tube as well.

When Burke finds out, he seems upset, however he ends up comforting Christina after the procedure and this opens the door to exploring their relationship and where it may go. But we all know where it went. Christina seemed to be forever making sacrifices for Burke. She began to mould herself into the person she thought Burke wanted. When Burke got shot and had the tremor. He was completely unfair to her after all the help she gave him. He should have never allowed that to happen and should have owned up to Derek, instead he drags Christina into his little drama. He was the Attending and Christina was the intern who did not know better. When I say she didn't know better, she felt it was more important to stand by her man. If she gained anything out of that fiasco, she learned a lot about cardio surgery.

Then Burke proposed, and Christina accepted. Marriage was not really what she wanted, but she loved Burke and was willing to commit to him for life and she would have if Burke had not come to his senses and realised that he was sure about Christina being his life partner, however he knew deep down Christina was a reluctant bride. Burke left Christina at the alter, knowing full well he was probably doing her a favour. Burke did not want to accept less than he deserved.

Christina is now married to Dr Owen Hunt and he is more her equal, than Burke ever was. The only issue they may have is about having children. Christina does not want kids and Owen obviously does one day. So this issue could be interesting, especially if the rumours are true about Isiah Washington returning as Burke sometime soon. It is just a rumour, but I hope it's true, because things would get quite stirred up between Christina and Owen.

Owen & Cristina

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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Dr Derek Shepherd AKA McDreamy

McDreamy's Life Catches Up With Him in "Who's Zoomin Who?"

Today this entry is dedicated to Dr Derek Shepherd aka "McDreamy" - played by Patrick Dempsey and his many, many fans and there are millions of them. What is it about McDreamy that makes him so popular. Obviously he's drop dead georgeous, however it's his attiude to life that has most fans hooked. He believes in happy endings and soul-mates, romance and magic and most of all he is totally optimistic when it comes to love, even after having his heart smashed to pieces by Addison (Derek and Addison; pictured below).

Addison and Derek

The day begins like any other, the episode opens with Mer on the phone to the nursing home arguing with one of the staff; anyway, Derek wakes up and asks who would call at that hour? And Mer just says it's a wrong number. Then when Derek's phone goes off and he doesn't answer the call, it become clear to Meredith that they each have secrets.

MEREDITH: [narrating] "Secrets can't hide in science. Medicine has a way of exposing lies. Within the walls of the hospital, the truth is stripped bare. How we keep our secrets outside the hospital -- well, that’s a little different. One thing is certain, whatever it is we're trying to hide; we're never ready for that moment when the truth gets naked. That's the problem with secrets -- like misery, they love company. They pile up and up until they take over everything, until you don't have room for anything else, until you're so full of secrets you feel like you're going to burst."

So when Addison Montgomery Shepherd comes to town in Episode 9 the finale of Season 1; she's there to reclaim her estranged husband and to do some work for her former teacher; Chief Webber. Addison's sudden arrival certainly shakes things up for Derek and Meredith. As far as the fans were concerned 83% wanted Meredith with her McDreamy and 17% believed Addison and Derek belonged together. So there were undoubtedly many fans out there who hated Addison on sight; and she did come across like a bitch in that final scene in episode 9, which ends Derek and Meredith's dreams for a happy future; for a time anyway.

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McDreamy wearing his favourite ferryboat scrub cap. Submitted by McDreamyluva

This episode sucked for McDreamy and Meredith fans, but Christina, Izzie, George and Alex had their share of fun too. George has recently been dating a nurse, named Olivia and recently found out he has Syphlis. Alex suggested a round of pennicillin should knock it right out and as he is about to give George the shot, who should show up but Meredith, Christina and Izzie and all three of them threw Alex out of the room, and Meredith stuck him with the needle. Talk about humiliation in front of the woman he loves more than life, despite the fact that Meredith is in love with McDreamy.

Who's Zoomin' Who? Photo

George O'Malley and his reaction after learning he has Syphlis.

Christina and Izzie performed an illegal autopsy, and Meredith who was assisting on Dr Webber's brain surgery tried to lie to cover for them. Bailey saw through the lie immediately, and yelled at Meredith;
"You are lying. I know you’re lying. You know how I know? Cause you’re a bad liar!"
In conclusion Meredith told Derek the truth about her mother and how hard it was and the episode ended with them meeting up in the lobby and agreeing on a steak and a bottle of wine and then Meredith's narration starts, just as Addison walks over to them.

MEREDITH: [narrating] "The thing people forget is how good it can feel when you finally set secrets free. Whether good or bad, at least they're out in the open, like it or not. And once your secrets are out in the open, you don't have to hide behind them anymore. The problem with secrets is even when you think you're in control, you're not."

What was McDreamy to do? All Derek could say was I'm so sorry Meredith; and then turned to face his wife and we all know what happened next. She plays it out as though Meredith has wronged her, however it all comes out in the next episode that Addison broke Derek's heart by sleeping with his best friend.


Meredith may have called him an adulterous ass or some, such adjective, but he is so good looking. Butter would not melt in his mouth and in the premiere of Season 2 when she goes to the woods to hear his side of the story; she forgives him, she may have said to him that his reasons were not enough for her, but he was forgiven, none the less.

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Grey's Anatomy - In The Beginning

A Hard Day's Night - Grey's Anatomy Pilot

Grey's Anatomy first aired in the US on the 27 March 2005 as a mid-season replacement for the highly acclaimed, and popular Boston Legal. Initially fourteen episodes were filmed; however only nine were screened in the US. ABC Executives decided to end the season at the same time Desperate Housewives finished. In the UK the entire fourteen episodes were screened and released on the Grey's Anatomy Season One DVD. The show was a hit in the US after the public saw the first nine episodes and fans could not wait to see Season 2 (Wikipedia).

The debut episode opens with Meredith awaking alongside a naked; hunk of a man, where she place a cushion over his naked ass. Whilst stumbling around collecting her clothing, he wakes up and pulls on his jeans. Meredith realises she doesn't remember his name so they introduce themselves. She heads up stairs for a shower, telling Derek he can't be here when she gets back as she is late for her first day at work. When she arrives at work, she finds out that Derek is her boss and teacher; Dr Derek Shepherd aka "McDreamy."

Meredith narrates:  "The game. They say a person either has what it takes to play or they don't. My mother was one of the greats. Me; on the other hand, I'm kinda screwed."

The first episode aptly titled "A Hard Day's Night." depicts Meredith and her fellow interns first fourty-eight hours as real surgical interns. Each episode opens and closes with a monologue usually spoken by Meredith, not unlike the character of Carrie Bradshaw of the show: Sex and the City. The first monologue spoken by another character was T. R. Knight; Dr George O'Malley in Season 2; What Have I Done to Deserve This?

The day begins with Meredith meeting Christina Yang, Izzie Stevens and George O'Malley who all end up being assigned to the same resident; Miranda Bailey aka "the Nazi." We also meet Alex Karev briefly, however we see more of Alex in the coming episodes. The character of Alex Karev was originally not going to be seen in the first episode. His first scenes were deleted, however for some reason Shonda Rhimes, Grey's creator and head writer changed her mind.

Meredith's first patient turns out to be a young beauty pageant contestant, named Katie who keeps having siezures for what seems like no good reason. Meredith first runs into Derek when he is assigned to Katie's case, (as he is a neuro-surgeon) and Meredith's reaction was to disappear into the stairwell, where Derek follows her and an argument ensues between the two about the sex they'd shared the previous evening. Derek asks her to go out with him again, but Meredith refuses, saying that dating him would be inappropriate.

The title character

Meredith and Christina end up bonding when they agree to work together on McDreamy's case, to try and solve the puzzle of Katie's constant siezures. Their efforts lead Dr Shepherd to run an MRI and a brain bleed is found to be the cause. A bleed so tiny; it was not caught on the CT Scan. Meredith is chosen to scrub in on the surgery, much to Christina's disgust; as Meredith had said she did not want to be in on the surgery, but Dr Shepherd persuades her to scrub in, because she deserves it as she has been looking after his young patient from the start. Christina is pissed and accuses Meredith of being a shark.

The episode ends with Meredith visiting a woman at a nursing home and telling her about her day. This woman turns out to be Dr Ellis Grey, a world famous surgeon and twice winner of the Harper Avery award, and she is Meredith Grey's mother.

Later on Meredith scrubs in with Derek to watch him fix Katie's brain bleed. Christina watches from the gallery. Afterwards she comes down to the OR floor and sits next to Meredith, they talk briefly and make friends again.

Meredith narrates: "I can't think of a single reason why I should be a surgeon, but I can think of a thousand reasons why I should quit. They make it hard on purpose. There are lives in our hands. There comes a moment when it's more than just a game, and you either take that step forward or turn around and walk away. I could quit, but here's the thing. I love the playing field. The other interns; they're good people, I think you'd like them."

A Hard Day's Night Photo

Meredith and her McDreamy

This was an awesome pilot for the debut of a new medical show. No wonder this show is into it's eighth season. Grey's Anatomy creator, Shonda Rhimes wrote a brilliant story here. It's dramatic, emotional and funny, hilarious actually. The title "A Hard Day's Night" really fit with what we were seeing and I am also a longtime Beatle's fan. I didn't start watching this show regularly until Season 3, and I did buy any of the DVDs until I'd seen most of Season 5. So when I sat down to watch Season 1 and 2 which I'd missed quite a few episodes, the idea came to me to start this blog. Eighteen months later; and here I am! Most of this blog contains stuff about Grey's that most die hard fans already know. Although I watch online once the show has aired in the US, I try not to spoil the fun for my readers in Australia. However once you get online and starting searching for Grey's Anatomy, you are bound to come across many spoilers.

Highlights were Derek telling Meredith that she shouldn't let the fact they had sex stop her from taking her shot, and Christina and Meredith making up after the surgery. The only low point or criticism was when Meredith took Katie for her scan and got lost. Izzie should have taken Katie for the scan; and got lost, this scenario would have been more believeable as Meredith basically grew up in that hospital, whilst her mom was operating or whatever else surgeons do. In Episode 23 of Season 6; Meredith went on and on about how she learnt to read in the OR Gallery, and played in the morgue, and the list goes on. My point is Meredith would have known every square inch of that hospital....Izzie or even George should have been chosen for that scene.

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