Emily Owens, M.D. > Emily Owens, M.D. Review: You Gotta Have Faith > Comments Page 2
I love this show and it cant get canceled before we see how the triangles pan out. I would really love to see Emily realize what a great guy Micah would be for her romantically. I love their chemistry with on another and if I were Emily I would be like, Will who and take a shot at Micah. Besides the romance, I think that Emily interacts so well with her patients and/or their parents. She knows just the right thing to say to correct a mistake or if a patient needs advice. I hope that we get more Emily Owens in the future.
This episode was actually enjoyable because you could see growth in Emily and even Cassandra at the end when she realizes that what Emily did was hard and probably something that she wouldn't be able to do either. I am starting to like this very much and I like that they use drama, comedy and medicine all in one episode. Its much better than Hart Of Dixie which has zero medicine at all. I hope that The CW has faith in this show and orders the back 9 and even a 2nd season.
*hamata* sorry typo
I'm falling in love with this show. This episode developed the two love triangles here and it showed how Emily is slowly but surely getting control of herself. She's getting stronger and stronger by each episode. Her and Micah has pure chemistry ( am I the only one who sees it?) Dr. Hazmats sees it too from the way she looked at the two of them in the lounge. She got all defensive and put the lock down on Micah by that eight or ten week mess. This was one of the best episodes ever. Can't wait for next week that one looks totally interesting w/ the rapist. I really hope they don't get rid of this show, there's a lot of people who enjoy it. Maybe we could sign a petition or something if it does get cancelled. Here's to hoping it doesn't
@ShivyMay--Thank you for pointing out that triangle. In my head when I had Emily as a center point of both triangles, that one was clear, but that didn't make it into the review. I'm blaming the baby who woke up halfway through, distracting me from my thoughts. That's certainly the central triangle and it's refreshing because it seems that none of the three are totally aware they're involved in it. Micah *might* realize it first. Maybe. But I think his turning to Dr. Hamata was his way of being the honorable one and letting Emily have the shot he thinks she has with Will. (Did that make sense, anybody?)
I really liked this episode, the fact that both Emily and Tyra came clean. I still don't like Cassandra, but I found they made her more human and layered. I now get where she's coming from. She doesn't understand Emily. She thinks her low self-esteem is an act to get more sympathetic. She's jaded and thinks everyone is faking and manipulating. I too would have liked Dr. Bandari to see a real evaluation. I couldn't believe everyone was lying like that, but then it shows how people usually don't stand up to bullies. That's what I like about this show. There's something a bit too real about it. It doesn't try to paint a pretty picture.
I'll die if this show gets cancelled. Seriously.
No, not seriously. But I'll be pretty upset, hehe.
Love Micah. He looked so happy on the roof when he thought she would say she had feelings for him...
Tonight's episode was an incredible one, and yes i can see the triangle but also between Micah, Emily and Will. I think Will who claims Emily is his friend can be very insensitive and although he wanted to be the good guy in getting Cassandra to like her, he must know that they have a long way to go. Plus why are the two of them so affectionate at work, seems unprofessional, especially since they just started dating.
I would prefer Emily with Micah mainly because he has a way of giving her good advice and she seems to be more open with him than she is even with Will who she has known for a lot longer, on the plus side Micah's mother already likes her.
Love this show! I just saw some random webpage saying that this show is sure to be cancelled at the end of this fall season, which is a terrible shame. I guess it has low ratings? But I love it. Sigh.
I love this show.
Another fantatic episode! I found both cases interesting, though the parents' reactions were entirely predictable and stereotypical. My only real complaint about this episode: not enough Micah. (Never. Enough.)
I too would have liked to see fallout from Emily's evaluation. I think Dr. Bendari would be a little shocked but ultimately impressed. Also, I felt like both Tyra and Will were developed a bit more, and I still like them with some hesitation. Alas, I still dislike Cassandra.
Hilarious line: But Dr. Hamata can see it just like she's reading a chart.
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