1. Favorite scene definitely goes to Lexie throwing that ball straight to Mark's new girl. You have to love a girl that's got a good hand and can show it! 2. Probably. Derek's the best neurosurgeon around so why not? 3. I have to say Cristina just because I've seen her succeed and really take risks enough times on the show. Callie does have the cooler surgeries but I think Cristina is more bad ass. 4. Definitely. The fact that he went through all of that trouble despite the risks on himself show a lot about his character and how much he cares about Meredith. More than that, he didn't say anything to anyone about it so it really was about doing something for someone he cared about rather than gaining points for himself. A very selfless act that he did which shows how much depth there is to this character. 5. Bring on Mark and Lexie! I think I've waited long enough to see these two together again. Personally, I want Jackson to end things with Lexie just so that it's a clean and honest situation. I would hate it if Lexie went around flirting with Mark and all that while she was still with Jackson because that would be out of character. I want Jackson to end things and Lexie to realize that it's Mark that she really loves. Give her the time to watch the person she loves be with someone else and then bring them back together.
I think it's going to be so great to see these characters revisit what George and his family. This is going to be an episode that will really hit the original characters hard emotionally. Aside from that, I'm looking forward to what developments might happen between Mark and Lexie as well as a fight between Henry and Teddy. Not because I want Henry and Teddy to break up but because I wanna see them ground themselves as a couple.
Oh and thank you for changing the header for this page! Great cast photo. :)
Really good episode and an appropriate review! I think the only thing that I didn't appreciate about this episode was the lack of Charlotte; but in her few minutes she was great. Cooper's arc with Mason took a back seat in this episode but the airtime for it was good. I'm still not completely on board with the idea of him having a son but it's getting easier to watch. It was sweet when he defended Charlotte to Erica but I'm waiting on him to apologize to Charlotte herself. And I hope they show Cooper and Charlotte really talking about the situation they're in and what there plan is to move forward. Addison was great in this episode because she brought back the humor that the earlier seasons of Grey's had. Seeing her freak out about paperwork and indulge in donut holes was great fun to watch. It was also nice to see the balance of that humor and the endearing moments between her and Sam (even if I'm not an AddiSam fan) and her and Jake. Amelia was absolutely great in this episode. Her emotions felt so raw and real from beginning to end. You could the joy in seeing her friend again in their first scene together and the way she broke down in Sheldon's arms was beautiful. Caterina Scorsone is doing such a good job so far and I can't wait to see the rest of this arc. I assume she'll only get better and better. As for Violet -- Cheers to the VAS! I agree with the rating of 5. This was actually one of her better episodes yet as mentioned in the review: suing the medical board and still complaining about being stuck at home? Well that's the Violet we all know and have grown to hate.
Foreseeing a lot of good stuff coming from Caterina Scorsone and I can't wait! I'm also looking forward to Charlotte's contribution to this because I'm sure her relationship with Amelia plays a big role in all of it. And I think it's good to have that balance of humor and hope through Addison.
I love Jonathan Groff! So glad he's back and that it's for a legitimate and sensible reason this time around.
1. Favorite scene was definitely when Diana broke up with Adam. You felt the girl's pain and I jut appreciated the honesty of the entire situation. It's a really different thing to see something like this on a show involving teenagers. I liked how Diana was straightforward about it and I liked how this showed how the character valued herself enough that she wasn't going to push the relationship further. You could tell it was hard for her to do but the honesty she exhibited to both Adam and Cassie was great to see. 2. Bad news. Throughout the episode he attempted to portray the mysterious guy with all these unknown secrets about where he's been and what his intentions are so you kind of respond to that portrayal. But over-all, the character lacked an impact to make people really care about him. Although the episode was centered on his arrival, there was really something lacking with him. There was a sense of redemption at the end but it still wasn't enough for me. Just the beginning of this character though so we'll see how he is in the rest. 3. For me, definitely not. I was led to believe since the Pilot that these two are destined to be together but if they were to start dating already, it would be completely out of character for the both of them. The last time we saw Adam he was still holding onto his relationship with Diana so there's still a strong sense of commitment there. He's been attracted to Cassie but all this time he really showed his devotion to Diana so I can't imagine him going to Cassie right away when he didn't even want things to end with Diana. As for Cassie, she's been fighting the attraction between her and Adam since the beginning especially because of her friendship with Diana. She values that so I don't think she'd date him right away. 4. People finding out Cassie has that crystal, for sure. Jake was already suspicious of the magic that happened when that knife was taken away so the suspicions will probably just escalate. Charles will probably break but that will be nothing compared to the stakes that will be raised when they realize Cassie has a crystal. The value of it was explained and the use of it for Dawn and Charles' plan was stated. She isn't exactly very careful about it so you know that it'll play into something big eventually.
This was a pretty blah episode but I really liked how they dealt with Diana and Adam's relationship. I liked how honest it was and how upfront the characters were about the situation. It's refreshing to see something like that after all the backstabbing and disloyal ways other relationships are formed in other television shows.
Really good episode! The theme of the bad outcomes was a really good one this week -- especially how it affected Cristina and Alex's performance. Not usually a fan of Calzona but I thought this was a really good episode for them. Mark and Arizona were so entertaining to watch as they discussed each meal of the day but Callie telling Mark of was great. I liked the Grey dynamics we saw between Meredith and Lexie this week. I really missed Lexie so it was nice to see a lot of her in this episode. It was especially nice to see Meredith helping Derek and the like but still respecting the deal that they had with one another. At least they're marriage is in a good place now. Bailey still seems to have a lot of issues toward Meredith but hopefully she'll get over them eventually. And as for April, she was the only annoying part of this episode for me. I laughed almost harder than Cristina and Meredith did at her attempt at authority and continued to laugh at each attempt. Sorry, but it seems that no matter what, this character is just meant to be annoying.
I think we'll get some humorous scenes from Addie's situation which is exciting. I like how there's a continuity within Amelia's storyline with her friend Michelle. I can imagine this being incredibly difficult for her that it'll be a catalyst to her falling deeper into addiction.
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