I was literally freaking out this episode. I've always liked the idea of Donna and Harvey together as a couple and could never really figure out why they didn't find a way to make that work other than Harvey having his walls up. They've alluded to this deeper connection to them a few times in the past (when they showed the time they hooked up, right before he hired her in "The Other Time", when Louis put Donna on "trial" and questioned her love for Harvey in front of everyone and when Harvey gets somewhat jealous over her relationship with Stephen, the "British Harvey"). I knew that Donna was incredibly loyal to Harvey because we had previously seen that but this was one of the first times that we really got to see just how loyal Harvey was to Donna, so much so that he was willing to break the law to keep her out of prison. Really excited to see how this plays out, hopefully in "Darvey's" favor!
This episode was so badly written. I actually cringed at the tumor speech and medical parts. This was definitely poorly done. Amelia isn't a strong enough character to carry an episode. Also she and Owen are downright awkward and such a contrived, forced couple. I wasn't a huge Crowen fan so it's not even that. It's like the show runner grabbed two names out of a bag and stuck them together. I am not even interested in next week's more Amelia centric episode. I missed the other characters way too much and the Amelia/Herman tumor sl was just written like crap. I've watched and stuck with Greys since S1 when it aired and this was just a disappointing lackluster episode.
I've been waiting to hear when Salem comes back. Like it better than that other witch show, Salem is so much more creepy.
i disagree with the Jeff/Jessica and Harvey/Donna comparison that I have seen. ( and now that we're here also Scottie/Harvey) Donna and Harvey are NOTHING like Jeff and Jessica or even Scottie and Harvey (two relationships where the couple worked together also) Donna and Harvey have worked together for years while the other two couples never shared such a deep connection or knew each other that well. And come to think of it, the only reason those two couples broke it off is because of Mike's secret. Jessica could not tell Jeff and Harvey could not tell Scottie. But with Donna...she already knows and has protected Harvey and Mike with all her will. She knows everything there is to know about Harvey work wise. There are no secrets between each other and they trust each other more than anything. So I don't think their relationship would be a fail and they could "never go back" because they never would have to. It would work because their relationship is different compared to any other couple on the show, it is stronger! Look at Mike/Rachel..they work together and they are still together because there are no secrets between them. So the working-relationship argument: Irrelevant! Darvey is endgame
I just can't get into it. I've been spoiled by Matheau and Klugman. Perry just doesn't measure up. It's like JP said below, he's not grouchy, he's just an older Chandler. Plus Oscar was Laid back and Perry seems to always be on steroids. The old Oscar got back at Felix by being messy or moving furniture around, all they have are zingers. HELP.
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Unlike some people here I like that everyone get to shine. from Tony to Ducky some fans are just fill with hate they can't see that the are the issue.
Well, in a way, Sam still did kill Lila - with Frank as his weapon (or tool). So, a measure of justice was done. I agree that Connor better stick with Oliver. But ,being Connor, we know there will be a rocky road ahead for them at best - last episode, he wouldn't even tell Oliver he loved him, and that was BEFORE the diagnosis.
The rush to set up the OR for the neurosurgery was totally unrealistic. It would require hours of team prep and training.
I'm growing tired of Liz being in danger in every episode and Red, seemingly ALWAYS a step ahead, knowing and coming to the rescue. It wasn't a surprise that Red had someone on the police force that alerted him to what was going on with Liz and her (at the time) imminent arrest. Was Red correct in saying Liz won't give him the fulcrum because she really does want him around? I think so. Tom is going to be back next week. Will he go after Liz? I don't know since she let him get away the first time.............but given the history of this show--I'd say it's a safe bet.
O..........M............G................They really got me. I had NO CLUE that Frank killed Lila for Sam...........I am planning on binge watching this again..........I missed something. Annalise will put this together.......and when she does................uh oh............... So who killed Rebecca? Wes was the last one to see her...................but we're lead to believe someone else slipped in there between the time Wes returned to the group to tell what he'd learned and Annalise went back down and discovered her gone.......and who was that Rebecca texted.........Could it be Bonnie? I hope Connor doesn't slip back into his old ways because the news with Oliver. They didn't say Connor was a carrier of HIV(unless I missed it) or that he was positive......so it wasn't from Connor that Oliver end up positive...... The Fall can't get here fast enough.......
I agree on all points except about Fall, please let me have a nice, warm summer. I'm freezing this winter! Great season finale.
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