I do not understand how these doctors can't figure out how to use birth control.
Did she not think about that whole 80-hour work week before they started trying to have a baby?
I'm really disappointed in Shonda Rimes for this episode. I get what she was doing with Meredith and Derick getting married - paralleling what makes a legal wedding and what makes a "real" wedding. But my big issue with this is that I think she should have made it a lot clearer that they, as a straight couple, have this option that gay couples don't. They have the ability to just get up and get married.
Also, and this may sound petty, but I thought it was really rude for them to miss the wedding. I mean, honestly, they couldn't have waited one day to celebrate with their friends? If C & A's wedding is really this big emotional, public, commitment, shouldn't it be worth being there? And I thought Derick's comment about buying them a nice gift sounded a little callus.
The rest of the female married doctors have kept their last names, I don't see any reason for Callie and Arizon to be different.
I hope not. That is the point. All a legal marriage is signing a piece of paper. A real marriage is so much more. I hope Shonda does not give into the pressure to make them legally married, and that people begin to open their minds about marriage a little.
The point about Rachel being bullied really bothered me the last episode, and I agree, they are being very inconsistent in that sense. I felt like the story line was silly, it was only there so they could pump out enough song to make a Glee Christmas album.
How come there was no mention of Rachel or Puck celebrating Hanukkah? She breifly mentions it, but seriously, they always mention that the two are Jewish, and they have Rachel sing "Merry Christmas darling"?
I thought this episode was terrible. I really loved last week, but this week really disappointed.
- If last week we all learned to not bully people, why was everyone bullying Rachel this week? Maybe she's annoying but saying no one likes her, threatening to punch her, and a teacher yelling at her in front of a group sure seems like bullying to me.
- Really? A magic comb? How much can they play off of this Brittney being dumb thing?
- Ditto to Blaine singing the lead. What happened to the two kids that got solos? Or you know, anyone else in the club?
- Mr. Shue not being more understanding about the drama in the club. Um. Their in high school, YES they will be upset when random things disrupt their lives. He's really not that good of a teacher.
I don't know, it sounds crazy, but just one episode might work. It worked for Buffy.
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