"Life During Wartime" Sneak Previews

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Tomorrow, on an all-new Grey's Anatomy, Major Dr. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) returns to Seattle Grace - sending Cristina into a panic! Here's a sneak preview of Dr. Hunt's return, with four additional clips from "Life During Wartime" after the jump ...

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Following the jump, see what two characters have already been sleeping together for a week, and what the Chief has in mind next for his protege, Dr. Bailey ...

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I agree with you, I´m really upset


Anybody else upset that Grey's is dumping Dr. Hahn and the whole story line with her and Torres?


anaminusthan3greys-- Well, enough with the feminist stuff! I am SO not! (no offense to the feminists of the world, but I am not a liberal-- I am very much a conservative brought up with a very traditional background with very traditional values. So, given that, let's see you said
"sry, i happen to know the freaking diference...God knows we can't ever have your love advice...we'd all die alone " Well, let's see... I am very happily married and have a great family! I once did that same self-destructive thing with relationships where I always went for the wounded bird who often treated me like crap, but I thought of all the things that had happened to him that made it not his fault that he acted that way and I wanted to be the one to love him and protect him and be the only one who knew the best side of him. I see that as a developmental stage in being in relationships and love. Then I realized that I deserved to be treated well and that great love can come from someone who treats me with respect and cares for me and loves family just as much as I do. And then I met my husband who is all that. We have our ups and downs like everybody else, but he is my guy. Love is great!


This was an AMAZING episode!!!
Bailey with Hahn-- priceless!
The Chief with Mer-- so needed. He is so the Dad that Thatcher never was. If he wasn't, if he didn't care for her like she is a daughter, he wouldn't be so upset and blaming himself for what he did wrong. We need this for Mer. And for the Chief.
Cristina running and pulling Mer-- hilarious!
BUT Cristina kicking *ss in surgery on all those pigs-- THAT is the doctor that she is. She is amazing.
I liked what we saw of Hunt at the end. I have nothing but extreme pride and respect for those who selflessly defend our country and the freedoms we hold dear. I hope the GA writers intend to do U.S. soldiers honor in the character of Hunt. As for the Alex-Izzie moment-- I am glad he wasn't abusing her and he was being the Alex that we love. He will not change overnight, though-- that's not realistic. It will be bumpy. But I really still don't see it between them. They were sorta cute in that moment, but I see Alex in love with her (for as much as he's capable of right now) and I see that Izzie is lonely. and Alex is somewhat family. That's all. For all the Gizzie fans-- you may feel like Shonda and writers gave in to anti-Gizzie fan pressure, but I think Shonda really cared about Gizzie. Look at the tender break up. There was a LOT of love there. And I believe George-- it was their timing that stunk, not their chemistry. I think they'll be together someday. For the here and now-- OK, so Shonda and writers have Izzie with Alex. And George hanging out there. I think that George is totally absorbed with trying to catch up right now-- he's had no substantial interaction with anyone close to him lately. And, let's face it, George is not so thoughtless a guy as he's been with Lexie (who, by the way, is way off her rocker and needs to reel in the crush emotions before it's unbelievably humiliating for her!)... it's not his nature. I think things ended with Izzie romantically and that made things a wee bit awkward-- then add to that the fact that George started to repeat his internship year and the others moved on to being residents and now I think George is just frantically trying to change gears and catch up. He's got no time and energy for the other stuff right now. That's my take. But my take is also that Shonda and writers need to have George catch up real soon, and work on the Gizzie friendship (b/c there is NO WAY that they are not best friends anymore) and work on George interacting more with all he's close to (like Mer).
Also, I think Shonda and writers will have to address George finding out about Alex with Izzie and deal with a realistic reaction to that. So, that's my take. I look forward to seeing it all unfold.


Marie, read last week's writers' blog on ABC, they're not anti women.


Just reporting back to shove something in greysaddiction face. See, Alex isn't a pig. He's emotionally challenged. It's what you would expect from a guy whose dad left when he was young and then his mom became an alcoholic then suicidal. Realize one thing: Iz and Alex are happening now. She's gonna teach him how to express his feelings and he's gonna...provide great sex. You're WELCOME, by the way.


I know this is irrelevant to the show, but just to clear something up - Marie, regarding your comment about feminism - do you believe in equal pay for equal work? Do you vote? Do you believe women should be able to have families AND pursue careers? Do you believe that household decisions should be made as a team, not just whatever the man says goes? If you answered yes to any of those things, you are a feminist. The modern day connotation of feminism automatically makes people think of butch, bra burning lesbians, and sure there is a contingent of that within feminism, but it's not all there is. Feminists are women who don't believe that it's a "man's world." Feminists are people who don't believe that wearing a short skirt is an invitation to rape you. Feminists believe that women can be DOCTORS, lawyers, astronauts, CEOs, and other high power professionals. There are a lot of very feminist characteristics to Greys. Erica broke into an area that is usually reserved for the boys. Bailey is able to second guess male doctors or give orders to male doctors without getting slapped back in line. Yes, Alex and Mark are total womanizers (and Alex's behavior borders on abusive), but the women in their lives fight back, stand up for themselves, and let them know that their behavior isn't ok. I don't believe Shonda to be anti-woman at all. If anything, she's mildly anti-men by presenting so many of them as womanizers and jerks.


Hmm what you posted was the DVR number increase for the premiere. The premiere which went up against a repeat of CSI. Even then they were lower than CSI premiere which had 23 millions live, Grey had 21 millions with DVR. Find the ones for the other episodes after which had 14 millions live. Enough with the feminist crap. I have never been one in my life but being a feminist is not a bad thing. They did a lot for women. I'd rather be feminist than anti-women like Shonda.


A lot of people have been damaged and injured because of nuclear Chernobil(explosion was =1/4 of Hiroshima).So we can bite
"experimenters" with quote.


So it will be a fun to see how Addison rescue Rose from arabians.

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There's a reason I said I'd be happy alone. It wasn't 'cause I thought I'd be happy alone. It was because I thought if I loved someone and then it fell apart, I might not make it. It's easier to be alone, because what if you learn that you need love and you don't have it? What if you like it and lean on it? What if you shape your life around it and then it falls apart? Can you even survive that kind of pain? Losing love is like organ damage. It's like dying. The only difference is death ends. This? It could go on forever.