I agree, Meredith is being downright nasty to...well, damned near everybody. Yes, I know there is no "time limit" on grief, but I think she's well past the time when people would excuse her outbursts and rudeness. It's one thing to be tough on Penny because of the "reminder", but everyone else? Not saying it's right to be that way to Penny, but I don't understand why anyone and everyone seems to be on her s@!$ list. Maybe someone will say something to her about it...Bailey? Webber? Callie? She doesn't seem to hate *them*.
I like the way they had the original songs (not covers) in the older episodes.
If I remember correctly, they *did* show Harper Avery (jackson's grandfather, that is) as a white man. The guy who played Harris on "Major League", I think. He was a patient and questioning Jackson's decisions because Jackson seemed to think that if he'd gone in the direction his grandfather had "paved" for him, people would assume he only got by on his name and not take him seriously. That Meredith did basically the same thing and no one thought that about her was brought up several times. Just thought to mention that.
I'd love to see Zola again, but that's because I think she's adorable.
I think a there are many white people who know privilege exists and don't mind hearing about it, but we're not sure what we're expected to *do* about it. That's how it is with me, anyway. Feel guilty? Give it away (even if we didn't know we had it or where it came from)? I'm not sure what I can do about racism aside from not participating in it myself (in thought *or* deed) and teach any kids I might have to do the same. Since I can't erase the past hurts-as much as I'd like to-I can't so all I can do is listen. I'm not sure if that's "enough". Is it? I'm seriously asking, I really want to know. Oh, and, I agree that Japril needs to make up their minds because all this back-and-forth is frustrating! Plus, I think Jackson looks better with the shaved head. Your mileage may vary. :)
...or Maggie will get it. They have the same mother, you know.
I may be speaking too soon in the discussion but I'm not sure that Owen's beef with Riggs is personal so much as that the presence of someone he knew from the Army could be a trigger for his PTSD. I'm not sure what it was, but I definitely think something was going on with him when the intern walked in. I could be wrong, though.
If I remember correctly, I don't think P asked Callie to stick up for her...in fact, I seem to remember that she wasn't all that happy about it. Maybe I'm wrong.
Diabetes affects roughly 29.1 people in the US (from the CDC's web page). Perhaps Black people have a different risk factor but I don't see that as being as relevant as the fact that around 8 million people (same website) have it and don't know it. Grey's has done the whole "public service announcement hidden in the plot" thing before, so I thought that's what they were doing here. I didn't think about race at all, but then again it's not something I have to think about very much. Your mileage may vary.
More like brother and sister or friends. Some people think men and women can't be friends without some sort of "thought" occurring, but I they can. A lot of my friends here are guys and there's nothing else to it.
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