Grey's Anatomy Review: We've Got Males!
Man, oh man. The latest installment of Grey’s Anatomy gave viewers an hour of testosterone and hot docs. The men of Seattle Grace took over with their uneven deck building skills and left us lady-less while a human stampede took over the ER.
Time to put away your power saw, grab a drink and discuss "What Is It About Men”.
The Human Stampede. Love. This is the only word I have to explain this week’s big case. Not only did it make for some good laughs, but it was dead on. I have been someone who has rushed through the masses of hundreds of thousands at San Diego Comic-Con and getting crushed in the crowd was definitely something I feared. Plus, how could you not love Webber’s patient with the fake cuts and gashes?
Bailey & Her Boys. Well, look who’s back. Welcome home to Seattle, Jason George. Here is hoping you stick around to battle it out with Eli for Bailey’s heart.
Super Sexy Sloan Is Back! First of all, he may be the most gorgeous DILF out there... I’m just saying. Mark was definitely back on his game; spitting out zingers, being jealous and accidentally getting Sophia to roll over for the first time. How could you not laugh when he was yelling for Avery to get in the car?
Bromances Everywhere. The boys gathered at the Dream House to work on the deck, and although it was very cliche, it was a great time. Beers and building with the men of Seattle Grace? I’ll take it. Grey’s brought the funny back and it was awesome.
Also I have to admit, the budding friendship between Jackson and Alex is pretty enjoyable. These are two characters who haven’t really had any good guy friends throughout the series, it’s about time they have.
- Nice reference to the Ice and Fire series. That’s two shows this week with shout outs to George R.R. Martin (Castle talked Game of Thrones on Monday). Good books - definitely worth checking out.
- Mayfield in 22 = Priceless.
- Even though I pretty much stared at the screen the whole hour to soak in all the hotness, I definitely missed Meredith and Cristina. They truly are the backbone of this show.