Aries93

Oh, and as for Silver, I'm positive that she'll get cancer. Unfortunately, there isn't enough time to deal with such an impacting storyline. Oh well...

Aries93

I'm not sure why, but I found myself getting emotionally attached to these storylines. For example: Mark leaving. It's obviously going to effect Naomi and I feel really bad for her.
On another note, glad that Adrianna and Navid got back together. Least that is one ship to follow before the show ends, with another possibly being Annie and Liam.

Aries93

I've been making jokes all season long about a tsunami hitting the hospital. What a good call.

Aries93

The irony to this is that NBC would kill for the ratings and demos Heroes was pulling in it's last season. How times have changed in these past 3 years.

Aries93

With two major shipping couples (most likely) getting back together, I think it's safe to assume that the fans (that are left) will be satisfied enough.

Aries93

I'm going to assume that the detective coming to Sloan-Grey Memorial Hospital is there for Bailey. Perhaps she'll be charged with some sort of malpractice suit and murder/manslaughter?
Shonda did tweet that the finale is going to be crazy (again) this year...

Aries93

I wish they'd give Melissa McBride the same bump up. For 3 seasons now, she's been one of the best characters left on the show and I wish she'd be given the same treatment as the rest of the cast. She may be labeled as "also starring", but that doesn't really meet the same standard as it does in the opening credits.
Nevertheless, she's probably safer at that status as main characters tend to die more than regular characters, so I'm assuming that either Beth and/or Sasha get the axe in the season opener/first three episodes.

Aries93

I hope she doesn't get romantic with anyone. The quicker she steps in to help the quicker she can leave.

Aries93

... likely because I prefer Jackson with (intern) Stephanie.

Aries93

This whole Matthew as a patient just reminds me of Private Practice (season 5) when Violet’s boyfriend (Scott – played by Stephen Amell) was put in the hospital under (Violet’s then separated husband) Pete’s care. Once again, another recycled storyline.
Besides, I’m so over Jackson and April it’s not even funny. Was once a spark is now gone seeing as they’ve got constant drama and their relationship was completely tarnished once they slept together. It was good to see more friendships between male and females on the show WITHOUT them eventually sleeping together. For example: George and Izzie back in season three. Shonda MAY be a good writer at times, but constantly putting people together who were bestfriends for so long as couples doesn’t work and it’s way overused on this show. Furthermore, I can no longer tolerate Jackson as an individual, let alone April’s character IN a relationship as she’s too selfish at times. Them both apart is much more tolerable, most likely because I prefer Jackson with (intern) Stephanie.