More Grey's Anatomy Sneak Previews: "Almost Grown"

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The first two sneak previews of this week's Grey's Anatomy hinted at new, stressful situations for the surgeons, and the latest three clips, which we've posted below, echo that theme.

Tensions are high as Meredith and Cristina grapple with heightened levels of responsibility, while Jackson is feeling on edge and Lexie looks like she's about ready to lose it ...

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Follow the jump for two more clips from "Almost Grown," in which Cristina is told to get her act together or go home (rough), and the fourth-year residents get a short-lived promotion:

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@ Jo
#1 - Seems as though you are turning your comments about a TV drama into moral/political commentaries. Get over it. Gays and lesbians are here. Just because they can't have kids via the couple without outside help does not make them 'less than' in any way. I know several opposite sex couples who also can't have kids without IVF, etc. It doesn't lessen them as committed relationships either. #2 - Yes. Hetero couples are the majority portayed. So? If you want every scene/couple/storyline to be that then watch a show or channel that protrays that. I like the fact that GA has this. I like the fact that when they have a story with a same sex couple it is not protrayed as a "very special episode". It's another set of people with the same life issues that anyone could deal with. Inclusion. It's really a good thing. #3 Haven't seen a bunch of people bi#@^ing about the fact that GA is being rent asunder by the storyline of a same sex couple. In what I have read, more people had issues with T. R. Knight's storyline and screen time not being used to potential and the Izzy/Dead Denny story.


actually Jo, I believe that Callie and Arizona have a huge following on Greys from both gays and staright people because of the actual story and the actresses playing them have great chemistry. They may not be your cup of tea which is fine, I personally cannot stand Christina and Owen together but I still watch the show. You can watch and appreciate a show and not like ALL the couples without being so negative. I think they are great and I am going to miss Arizona while Jessica is off and I hope they get some great screen time when she comes back, more than the 3 minutes per episode they get now.


to dimples61:
first of all 97% of all shows have heterosexual couples- and that is for a reason. most films and magazines etc show heterosexual couples. its only heterosexual couples that have children naturally- and thats for a reason. sorry but ask yourself this: why can't you and you partner have children naturally- why do you have to go through all of the egg/sperm donor or surrogacy. millions of years of evolution, mother nature etc has still not allowed for gay people to have children but heterosexual couples have been having children since well the start of time probably. people have been complaining considerable about grey's for the past two years and in my opinion some of that is because of callie and arizona. i;m sorry but they are soooooooooooo boring and thankfully arizona is gone for like 3 episodes.
its just the way i feel.


@MerDer4ever and Deme The more they gone on with Cristina's PTSD storyline without any progress or conclusion, the more it reminds me of Izzie/Dead Denny storyline. The writers overdid that storyline to the point the audience didn't care anymore what was really going on with Izzie and it turned into a joke instead of a serious storyline of someone who had caner. Grey's writers tend to overdo things to the point of the audience not caring anymore. That said spoiler say that Cristina confronts the shooting on next week episode. I hope so, because I could not stand half a season of watching our beloved Cristina mopping around and not caring for what she loves so much.


@ana114 i'm with you in everything that you said!
We as fans see this and the writers no.


ana114. I completly agree with you!


J Smith, thank you! I am not gay either but I really love the characters of Callie and Arizona. In fact, I don't think that Shonda and her team of writers have even smacked us in the face with their lifestyle. It all seems natural and true. They are fun, and funny...Sara Ramirez and Jessica Capshaw have wonderful chemistry together and they bring life to these characters. For people to say they are on too much, I wonder if they are plants for other programs that compete with Grey's. Callie and Arizona have had ONE episode so far this season (the last one) in which they are on for nearly 9 mins in a 43 min show. Prior to that they have been on less than 2.30 mins. I don't call that TOO MUCH Callie and's too little!


Sorry but I got say this. I know Cristina is going through a hard time, and she is traumatized because the shooter pointed a gun at her head, but she succeeded, Derek is alive, she wasn't alone in the OR. Jackson was there, Owen came to her rescued, Bokie was there as well, and so was Meredith. I get that Cristina in the past has had a hard time getting in touch with her emotions that is why she has had the hardest time dealing with the shooting. Which is completely understandable. That being said I get that the writers want to give Sandra Oh a compelling story and they are trying to make it as real as they can and to do justice to the PTSD issue. But this is a TV show and focusing every episode on Cristina's PTSD can exhaust an audience. They need to give a break to the storyline then come back to it. Having Cristina acting like she doesn't care about what she loves so much on every episode make the audience exhausted and annoyed with the character. Add to that the fact that Grey's has been dealing with PTSD for two seasons with Owen, the audience is going to get tired of Cristina's PTSD storyline faster. So they need to find a conclusion to it faster. With this I am NOT saying that Cristina's PTSD storyline is crap, because is NOT is compelling, is one of the best story they had done, but the writers need to be careful with how much they put the spotlight on it, they can't over do it, because people may lose sympathy for Cristina. My two cents on the subject.


Well I am not gay and my favorite couple is Callie and Arizona, it makes me laugh when people say there is too much of them every week, I think after 4 episodes (each running approximately 40 miutes)they have taken up less than 15 minutes total...too funny and they still kill their scenes with facial expressions, emotions and funny dialog.

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