Same here. That's what I would feel if I kissed another man or if my husband kissed another woman, anyway. Maybe it didn't go as far as it could have, but it went somewhere.
I agree that it's still not kosher to "intend to cheat" even if you don't go through with it. But wasn't Derek separated from his wife (because she cheated) when he met Mer? That wouldn't make me feel any better but I just wondered. I hope he didn't cheat but I know that even if I thought he had I wouldn't tell Meredith that. Am I the only one who thought part of Jo's reaction to the pregnant-lady case might have been because *she* was pregnant? Already freaked out and then seeing firsthand what can go wrong, not to mention pregnancy hormones? I don't know, I'm reaching here.
I thought there might have been other types of brain damage (the stroke Amelia and Stephanie talked about?) because...well, I'm no doctor and probably sound like an idiot here, but I didn't realize taking the tumor out wouldn't necessarily cure the problems it was causing-like pressing on the optic nerve. That's why I was confused.
Ahh okay. LOL the glowing tumor reminded me of Pulp Fiction and "what's in the briefcase?".
I wonder...did they know beforehand that the tumor would take her sight? Dr. Herman might not be able to operate anymore, but that doesn't mean she won't still be able to teach Arizona at least *something*.
Actually texting might not be the best idea because you can lose a lot of the meaning of your words when you don't have nonverbal cues like tone of voice or facial expression. It's very easy for someone to take what you said the wrong way. Just a thought.
I never did understand why Mary seems to dislike Edith so much.
Ah, okay. Jo *has* alluded to a not-so-clean past, though, so you could probably see where I was mistaken.
I agree with the statement above...why couldn't Meredith have more than one "person"? If so...since they were drinking buddies earlier on in the season, I wonder if Callie could be one of her "people"? And I agree, do *not* put Callie and Owen together. They're good as friends and frankly it just would seem kind of "forced" to me.
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I didn't think anything of Mer and Alex because the story this week was about April and Jackson and it was a really, really sad one. I was a little annoyed that Mer referred to Jo as a "hoodlum", though. First of all, anything 'hoodlum-like" Jo might have done is way in the past and not even *close* to now. Also, If Jo's a hoodlum, then so is Alex because they have similar backgrounds...whatever. That was just mean.
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