Just finished watching the episode, and I got so emotional! Seriously, what a great installment. Sad to see this show ending in a few weeks.
I'm over people dying on this show.
The standoff was amazing! Also amazing was when she just shot the mole. For a second, I foolishly believed that Huck could calm them all down, but she did it so quick and it was just over. And then they all knew what to do to clean up! Absolutely incredible. I hope Fitz is in the next episode! These last two without him were rough.
The final scene was amazing! I don't think Fitz has a clue of what happened. Can't wait until Thursday!
Not my favorite episode, but such a good one! As much as I love to hate Mellie, I loved her speech to the pastor's wife. And then I loved Fitz's ultimate dismissal of her. It made me laugh and yet, I was still sad for her. I find myself caring more about Quinn's story than her actual character. Hopefully that will change over time, but for right now, while we're all still in the dark about what transpired, I just want to know the story and I'm hoping that as it unfolds, it'll make her character a little more interesting.
I think it's great that Shonda is trying to tell a story about people who have lost a limb. I haven't necessarily been waiting for that storyline on Grey's for the past nine years, but I appreciate her comments after seeing so many people criticize Arionza for having the attitude she does after losing her leg. It's a huge transition to make, and it's not easy on the newly disabled or the people around them who also have to adjust their lives. Jessica Capshaw has done an incredible job portraying the emotions. Grey's is lucky to have her still around!
UGH. It's not that I didn't see this coming, but it kills me now that it's actually happening.
Hate to be a Debbie Downer, but this all sounds awful. I'm not really reassured by anything the producers are saying, seeing as they don't seem to know what'll happen to these characters either.
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