Tango when they approached you to come to the show and they kept coming back that should have been a waring sign there... I think love should not be a contest but should come guinuely and you missed that...I know that this show is intresting but would you really go on a show that you are competing for love with others I think it is a waste of air space and put something on tv that ourselves and our youths can learn from......
I for one am happy that Chandra is doing the voice over I would like to see all of them do it so far we have herd George, Christine and Mer so this will be a nice change of pace.
I think itÂ´s SERIOUSLY cool that chandra is getting to norate an episode. But i think would be really is if Patrick got to norate an episode or hereÂ´s an even cooler idea how about Patrick & Ellen norating an episode together. How cool would that be. But only if Derek & Meredith get back together.
Lexie & Rebecca: Rock, paper, scissors!
What the hell? Why? Damnnn I was already looking forward to see the second part of crash into me :(
Der and RoseThe only scenario I'll accept Rose is if she frees Der from his prison of doubt and insecurity. Unlike Mer Der is bottling everything up â€" there are no friends to dance with, no tequila shots to drown, no chief to serve as a father figure (remember he lost his dad when he was very young), no lover to say all the right things to make him feel better. He has none of that! He's all alone â€" he's drowning and is desperate to find a lifeline (with no one to talk to, no outlet, no escapism so he's trapped â€" stuck in a place and he can't move â€" that's why he's still living in a trailer, has no idea what to do with his land, he came out to Seattle to be chief and now he doesn't know what he wants (he's disillusioned) â€" he's trying to learn from his mistakes but his first reaction is to ask Mer to marry him (even though he's not ready)- he wants to make it all about her not being ready but emotionally â€" he's the one that's just an intern (green, a fetus- he has a lot to learn about giving of oneself- being there (not being absent or using your mate to feed your ego). Not surprisingly when Mer asks for more space to evolve he runs to the first available woman and clings on her (first Lexi, then Sydney and now Rose â€" mind you he doesn't love these women but he needs them to feel good about himself â€" to fill the emptiness inside) He needs to accept that he has a problem, that he's flawed and that's OK (He has an addiction - clinging to women â€" it's like he defines himself based on his romantic relationships- he craves intimacy, attention, love and doesn't think he can live without it). Instead of dealing with his own issues of always needing to be needed, wanted, always taking care of the women in his life, Der is predictably going after the easy fix. (On the contrary, Mer despite all her tragic break downs, embarrassments, suicidal attempts, shameful past, hurt & pain she soldiers on â€" keeps her head high and is still caring and loving and hopeful about the future albeit with a cynical and often less than bright and shiny outlook). She's practical â€" real and honest about who she is and where she needs to be. (Der take a lesson) So if Rose helps him realize that he can want to be with Mer all he wants but until he accepts himself for who he is â€" he will never know what he really wants in life. The fact that Mer is not falling for his McDreaminess is exactly what makes her stronger than him and courageous enough to work on herself before dragging him into her insecurities. So maybe Rose can show him how insecure and shallow he is being in terms of relationships â€" they're not a cure all for everything (some things start from inside). That will make for powerful tv. Hope Shonda has something similar planned.
OH MY GOSH, PEOPLE! Lauren Stamile is a friend of mine. Trash talk all you want. But she's the sweetest thing on the face of the planet! As well as a fab actress! And that photo is classic and gorgeous and sexy. Don't hate. (You know who you are.) As for Rose, well let's just see how things play out. Meredith's been a wishy washy pain in the ---. She needs a thorn in her side!!! ;)
Wanted to comment on Kathy's remark "why Shonda is having Derek move forward so fast?" Are you kidding me? Seriously have you not noticed how fast the characters move from relationship to relationship? I am amazed at the stamina and the endurance these interns exhibit since they put in over 80 hours a week at the hospital. In the past year: Meredith went from Derek, to lots of guys, to George, to Finn, and then back to Derek--and she even had time to squeeze in taking care of her mother, appendicitis, dying, and coming back while trying to figure out her abandonment issues. Izzie went from the hockey player to Alex, then to Denny, and now she's with George--hopefully she won't have the time to put any other patient's life on the line or jeopardize other interns' careers with her impulsivity and immaturity that being in love justifies it all. George went from Olivia to Meredith, married Callie and now he's madly in love with Izzieâ€"he had the time on top of all this to move out, become friends with Burke (how ironic), romance Callie, watch his father die, plan a life with Callie, and realize during one drunken night that it was really Izzie he loves all along. Thank God, it is only a TV series!! It seems like the writers move fast in TV Land not only to keep us interested, but also to get out the stories before the series ends.
As with the Karen above, I have been somewhat torn between thinking GA has just become a daytime soap and always enjoying it more when Verna is involved in writing this episode. The warmth comes back...Meredith's relationship with the Chief, she looks affectionate fixing his collar. Yes, I'm a fan of this relationship but also feel yes, like been there done that (are the writer's going dry?). Yes, Meredith is whiney and I thought the story line became hopelessly confused with the she needs to grow up versus her damaged, etc. I feel, as I have always felt, that the first two seasons were so great that you can't help but want this couple to succeed. And, sorry (nasty) but I'm tired of PD's pronouncements - perhaps too much success? Why Rose, who knows except that there has always been the element of threat as to Meredith committing to Derek. Even the end of season 3, when her friends support her (how great is that?) he essentially seems like he is jealous in a way of that dynamic. I'd trust my friends, too. Maybe it's just my own personality but I don't react well to emotional threats or ultimatums, they make me back off too. So, I'm just sad. I really miss the great music and funny moments...GA does seem to be "creeping" back towards the earlier lighter and more fun show but, like some others (but apparently not the millions tuning in every week), surely I can find something less of a struggle to watch (although good for them to get me to do it), find out the ending and rent this summer, depending on what happens with the writer's strike. Sorry for length, again I'm just sad that a show that I enjoyed so much (unusually) seems to be the down part of the week and mostly because not only do Mer/Der not ever get together but seems as though everybody is disfunctional. At least Sandra Oh danced again, always an upbeat moment for me.
Ava: So, let me get this straight. Derek and Meredith met at Joe's. Neither one of them knew that they would end up working in the same hospital. They then dated and Derek's wife shows up out of nowhere. Derek and Meredith break up but still have sex and then they get back together and break up again and so on. AND the popular 'keep your person line' around here is, PICK ME, CHOOSE ME, LOVE ME?! Lexie: Yep, that about it. Ava: And I thought my love life was screwed up...
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