Grey's Anatomy > Grey's Anatomy Cast Speaks on the Chief's Ousting > Comments Page 2
i_am_a_fan: you're right, Lexie is the blond one on those 6x14 photos! Wow, she looks totally different, but not bad at all...
I think that Derek as chief to interim ,he'll be a great Chief,but he must to help His friend Richard to come back to the sgh as Chief for good .I think that a person cannot be a great Chief and a great husband, because if you want to be the best in the your job and your family-life you must sacrifice somebody or something.
In the "writers'blog" it says Derek took the bottle to Richard because he did not want Meredith to do a surgery that she was not ready for and he felt this way after his discussion with Miranda. He knew giving the Chief that bottle and poured drink that that would be the end of Meredith performing the surgery. He was protecting her in a sense.
Did anyone notice in the promotional photos of 6x14 that lexie's hair id blond?! she is in a photo with jackson woring on an arm or something first i thought it was mer but i am pretty sure its lexie.I guess we know now who is the woman that will changeher hair color in valentine to heat things up for her lover.
I had hoped we would see the back of all the MW docs, not so. Euck, I want storylines for the SGH docs, not MWers.
Iz will be back, so will she be back as a doc? Surely she can't move back to Mer's with Alex there already?
The chief's wife's role was to put in an appearance when there were major disasters in the hospital. Adele appeared in the bomb episode as a supportive wife of the chief.
It looks like MerDer were out for the evening and got called back. How do the writers contrive to get Richard in too?
Der did turn down the chief job twice, turning it down for richard's sake both times. But it has proved difficult for Der when he has seen the way the chief has handled the firings so poorly , emails! The docs being fired for their errors, the logistical problems of not having enough equipment for ops show poor leadership. Der did offer Richard his help several times
So Der did step in for the hospital's sake, but it did help his career ambitions. But he's on trial in a hospital where there is loyalty to Richard. But as I understand Richard must bounce back cos he's not being written out of GA. If other docs are given a way back, that must apply Richard too. Hope Der sorts out all the residents getting a fair turn at surgeries.
As to Mer she has a loyalty to Richard now, but she was trying to hope there wasn't a problem for him with alcohol. She did get too into doing a very advanced surgery, and ducked acknowlegeing the real reason it didn't happen. It took Der bribing her with
Two new promo links for Valentines Massacre episode
The above link, did I imagine it, or is the fired MWfemale doc back taking Der's coat???? But Der's policy seems to be rehire all the docs who got the boot for mega mistakes, hence giving Iz a way back. Seems as though MerDer were out in a resturant celebrating valentines when Der gets called in
Is about Bailey, and the Ellis/Richard episode
Uhm hello... Do you really want a drunk surgeon operating on you or someone in your family? Isn't that what matters the most. So he benefitted, it doesn't mean it was the wrong thing to do! If he was doing it selfishly, so what? The simple bottom line is there was no way he could say nothing without endangering lives and he took an oath "do no harm".
The most important question is, "is Izzy really leaving?!" Her and Alex have been thru so much!!! When you have that much history you cant just walk away. He has to forgive her for being over reactive and impulsvie following a seriously close call with death etc and I think she can forgive him for sleeping with lexie cause yeh, she left, not him.
Derek did it because he did what he thought was right for the hospital and Richard. Meredith will probably have to deal with people calling her "Mrs. Chief" for a while. Hopefully, Richard realizes that Derek did what he thought was best for both the hospital and him.
I think Derek is being very selfish, because he's doing this for his own career advancement. Being Head of Neurosurgery just wasn't enough for him. Always being in Richard's face, arguing about the way he runs the whole surgery wing, etc... I'm beginning not to like Derek like I used to. Its now all about power trips & ego-driven minds.
I take that since Richard is in his office, that he and Derek may be making some sort of arraignment about his return. I think that Derek's run as interim Chief is up to the Feb. sweeps.
I hope that these two can mend up their friendship.
And I Just saw the pictures of 6x14 “Valentine's Day Massacre” and April is back. So I’m guessing Derek hired her back. And there’s a picture of Richard. I hope he’s in some kind of rehab.
He did for the right reason but with the wrong actions.
He’s not egocentric (as, for example, Burke was). Derek is the guy who says: “we saved the cord”. They guy who does a lot of pro bono surgeries and fights for his patients. And at 6x01 Jennings gave the chief position to him. He only needed to say yes. But he didn’t. He told Richard and only got Richard’s anger instead. He wants to be chief, ok. Because he wants the challenge, the career advances, ok. But I believe mostly because he cares. He disagrees in how Richard is dealing with everything. He knows he can do better and he knows people deserves better. He wants to do what’s better for most of the people, like Owen’s advice. He cares about people. He’s not afraid to fight to protect the people. He cares.
Still the bottle with Richard and the blackmailing with Meredith were cruel and manipulating things to do. But he did. And Derek is a black and white guy, as his mother said. So he’s not happy with what
I definitely think McDreamy did it for the good of the hospital. He liked Richard I feel and wanted to help him if that was all possible. Taking his spot for a bit might yeah give him a rush but he wants Richard to get better too.
I think that Derek did it for the right reasons; He did it for the good of the hospital. He turned down chief when Richard and the Board gave it to him telling the chief he had a chance to make it better and he turned it down when he gave the chief a heads up when the board was trying to go behind his back.
I think Derek did it for selfish reasons, but he also knew, as we all did, that the Chief couldn't go on in that manner and drinking while on the job isn't right-there is evidence that he almost killed a man. And Derek won't be the permanent Chief and i think he knows that. And who the hell wouldn't want to be Chief? Geez, i'm sure if Meredith was as far up as Derek was, she would have had the same dilemma as Derek and would want it just as bad. Like Derek said, they're the same. Meredith is just a resident though and is friends with the Chief. Puh. Meredith, i think, was self-righteous. Derek was being selfish. The end scene in the bed was like a stale-mate.
neither one of them was wrong or right 100 percent, mer was trying to protect the cheif because of their history together but also because she was gettibg something out of it and she didnt want to lose that .In the other hand derek was trying to protetc the whole hospital ,patient and mer and also the cheif , but he did it using his lowest points and with mean strings ( the bottle thing and blackmailing mer),but also acheiving his own ambitions which is becoming cheif . No one is completely right or wrong here. I just hope that merder can get through this fight quickly and stronger that before, and that derek wont look like the bad guy around the hospital and that he can quickly gain the respect of the hospital staff which i thin he already have.But most of all i hope that mer is going to stand by her man through his tough journey as cheif and wont be mad at him for long.
Yea...Mer is right, lets have a drunk for a cheif!...Come on seriously? How is it even possible for Derek to be in the wrong here?!
The second time it was to be the good guy (and I believe he was honest at that moment), what about the first? He spent half of S3 fighting to be it. There's something off about this, which is why I don't trust it was a selfish decision. He was right.
I hope that Derek explains his motives more next episode (if not to Mer, Mark) because there's something off that the writer's failed to explain.
Derek turned it down to be the "good guy". Now, he can be a good guy AND be a chief. Don't tell me that's a completely self-less decision.
I'm with mer on this one.
Not that I like the way Derek got Chief, but Richard should've been done a long time ago. Like season 3. And especially in this season 6, Richard has been a complete idiot and a terrible Chief. Richard should've stepped aside a while back and voluntarily given it to Derek. I don't like Richard and I think this should be the end of his character.
How did Derek do this for the spot? He turned down the job TWICE. If he had actually wanted it, he could've been Chief since S4, but no. What's good about this is that maybe he get to kill that voice in his head about being Chief, if he still had any.
My guess is that most of the staff will support him but will take some time to see Derek as Chief and not just Derek. Can't wait!
The press release for 6x14 is already out. Does anyone know what exactly are the Chief's wife duties? Didn't know they had any...
Derek did it for the spot. He might reason his actions as "self-less" but in the end he knew that if the chief went down he would "rise to the occasion".
This could potentially and easily cause a rift between the "married happy meredith" and "mc-@ss".
I hope Arizona's going to be ok. She has authority issues.
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