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I'm a high school student who participates in forensics (speech league) My category is single serious dramatic interpertation. I want to use Grey's Anatomy for my competition piece, but I have some problems.
1) I need to pick one of the storylines. I'm trying to decide between: A) Meredith drowning, B) Izzie having cancer, and C) Denny's entire storyline leading to his death. If you have a better idea, please TELL ME!
2) Once I pick my story line I need to take bits and pieces from each episode that will A) tell the story in a way that someone who has never watched the TV show will understand. B) Effectively make it emotional for myself, my peers, and my judges, and C) Somehow do this all in under ten minutes.
3) I need to do all of this on my own since my coach and her daughter hate me. I have until December to get the final product together, but I would like to start as early as humanly possible since I'm basiclly on my own.
If anyone can help me in any way with this, it will be greatly appreciated, and I will be forever in your debt. Thanks in advance.
Meredith drowning is the best out of the three in my opinion. Or you could use the George getting hit by a bus storyline?
The Meredith Drowning episodes are what got me hooked on Grey's to begin with. I had never heard of it (Lived on the top of a hill in VT and didn't watch much tv back then) and one day flipped through, saw Patrick Dempsey, who I had a crush on since I was 14, and got stuck on it, then those three episodes REALLY sucked me in, and I ordered the other seasons and watched from the beginning, and now am making my 2rd round through the dvds while waiting for September 24th!