I loved most of this episode because I felt like it tied together all the great stuff Grey's can bring to the table - the humor, tragedy, friendship, and family of this show was back in one episode.
I thought that it was a great ending but I'm left unsatisfied because of a number of things. The way this finale was done, I know that it ended in a way that lets us know that life will keep going on for these characters and they're all in good places. They're lives are good. I'm really happy for all of them - especially Addison because I think everything fell into place. But where was Henry tonight? I felt like it wasn't right to close the show without showing Addison with him when wasn't that the point of the spin off to begin with? After everything she had gone through to be a mother, I think we should've seen her with him at least once tonight. I'm also terribly unsatisfied with how little we got to see of Charlotte and Cooper. Shonda cut out some great scenes between them and I don't understand why. I thought that all the business with Jake and Angela could've easily been cut - CharCoop fans deserved to see those scenes. I'm glad Sam and Naomi got back together even though the pregnancy was a little off. Regardless of everything, the end was still great. It's satisfying to know that our beloved characters are in good places in their lives. I will miss them all dearly.
I've had a love-hate relationship with Violet but I'll definitely miss the character. And I'm definitely still not ready to let go and say goodbye to everyone...
I really don't know how I'll say goodbye...
Absolutely loved this episode! All the characters were great in it. After an episode like this, it's just gonna be so much harder to say goodbye next week.
Beautiful! So glad Addison's getting her happy and perfect ending :)
I loved this episode and I thought that Charlotte was the Charlotte we've grown to love all throughout the hour. Through the voice overs, we really got to see Charlotte in such a raw way because it was so easy to believe that those were her thoughts. It was a fun episode while at the same time bringing in beautiful heartbreaking moments. It was just so Charlotte! I was kind of worried about the dance sequences but I thought they were fun to watch and they didn't really take up so much time so I was fine with them. The only thing I kinda wish we saw was the moment Charlotte had the other two babies but I'm sure we'll see something special with all three babies soon. Over-all, great episode. Such a good way to send off this character!
Charlotte and Cooper from Private Practice!!!!!
Sheldon had a really great moment finding Sarah. But unfortunately, I felt like everything else in the episode was a little blah. I felt like the pattern that they were going with was good to show how he was getting to know Miranda and all but it just didn't show enough about him as a character. A part of me actually feels the writers have always struggled writing for Sheldon because nothing great has ever really come from this character. It's great that he's finally met a woman that he truly cares for - but why did it have to be through cancer treatment? With the show ending, he deserves a lasting happy ending. And I was also disappointed that Amelia had no significant part in this episode when she has been very important to Sheldon in the recent seasons.
I've been looking forward to this episode for so long and the wait was definitely worth it! I actually didn't mind Cooper's commentary so much - and at times I genuinely enjoyed them. So much happened in this episode for Charlotte and Cooper. It showed a lot about them as characters and really showed how these people really love each other. It was hard to watch the end when we were brought to week 26 but that's what made this episode really go above and beyond. I'm relieved that the other babies are fine and I'm gonna have faith that from here on out, everything will be fine. It was a funny and heart wrenching episode all at the same time - that's what makes Private Practice great.
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