I hate this couple!! I don't know why they're together or when they crossed the line from friends to lovers. I hope it fails miserably and they both make some right choices.
Also, the whole basis for the relationship is made from hurting a lot of people on the way and I don't think it's fair. If this is what Shonda tries to portray as the only path to true love, then I am very disappointed in her. The only relationship that was based on mutual respect and not hurting people was Burktina, and I appreciate it now it's gone.
I hope that Lexi does not see Derek, even if he is dating. I also hope Mark finds someone worth his time and stops making inappropriate passes at Callie right after her tragedy. I mean, I love the guy, but that was pathetic.
Anyway, point is...NO IZZIE AND GEORGE
I don't think shonda's trying to portray it that way. What george had with callie sure as heck wasn't 'true love' I think in someway callie knew that too. I think callie loved him. she put faith in him that he would be her 'mcdreamy' But somehow I think in the very back recesses of her mind. she knew that marrying george was a bad idea from the start.
I agree. all the couples on the show bother me for some reason I hate all of them except for george and izzie. I don't want Derek with anybody. I want him to be single! I want meredith to be single too. I hated mark sloan from the start. I knew that no good could come of him and I knew that he will NEVER be miraculously reformed. it makes me sick.
I DO NOT LIKE IZZIE AND GEORGE TOGETHER. I really like Izzie and I really like George, but not together. I think that what they did to Callie was awful and morally wrong. If George didn't want to be with callie he should have divorced her and then go off with Izzie. And Izzie KNEW that they were married so she should have restrained herself. I just feel like Izzie and George's relationship is not real and childish. My boyfriend disagrees, he thinks that their relationship will last and is true love... but what does he know? :)
i am happy that theyt didnt really last because i didnt like them together either i thought that izzie was funny at first but when she was with george she wasnt izzie anymore, i liked george and callie because she didnt see him as the little brother george like izzie and meredith saw him but as a guy that she liked, but right when george got with callie Izzie wanted him(she only wanted what she couldnt have)but when she got with george the reason why they relly didnt have any chemistry was because when she got him there wasnt really the thril that the could get caught at any moment they were just together, so she really didnt want him anymore. i also think that they are better off as friends because without the other they dont have anyone to gossip about their relationships to anymore so they ended up realizing that they wanted that back and as long as they were together they couldnt have that.
I don't think O'Mizzie is a tradgedy, I would reall like it if they could sort out their problems and be a happy couple but I don't see that happening. They had an amazing friendship and I worry that if/when they split they won't be friends any more.
As for how slack what they did to Callie was, all's fair in love and war and true love has no mercy. Hopefully it was just meant to be, it would suck if we end up having 3 very hurt characters and no good coming out of it.
I think George and Izzie made much better friends than lovers, and they clearly made a mistake, i just dont like the way the relationship was ended so abrubtly. it was like they talked a few times, and then everything went back to the way it was. i wish the writers could have made that a little more realistic, but i'm glad they showed that even the best people make mistakes. but i think they've made that plently obvious by now
Are you people blind ???
George and Izzie are perfect, the romance is real, there is nothing contrived about it. This is about the best love story on screen ever. This storyline is the best thing that has happened to GA. If indeed it's been killed by the show writers then indeed it's a mistake & a tragedy of monumental proportions. KH and TRKs off-screen relationship made it easy for Gizzie to be an outstanding success. George and Izzies relationship from the beginning had all the makings of a legendary romance so it was just natural for the writers to script it the way they did.
All the loquacious nay Sayers succeeded in scaring the writers into making the mistake of applying the breaks on the romance, which i think spells doom for GA, I hope they have a rethink
I am an avid fan of this programme and the thing that makes me watch it, week in and week out is due to the writing. The writers are able to conjure up characters which are believeable, that they would/could actually exist. May I also add that I fully supported the recent writers strike in the US over the past year, even though it cost us a lot of episodes of Greys Anatomy.
And here is where I have an issue with this relationship, George and Izzy as lovers doesn't not have the ring of authenticity about it as other relationships do in this series. It is this ring of authenticity of all the relationships in the programme which makes the series work.
I hope that the writers can move them away from each other as lovers and move them back as friends.
my opinion - Alex and Izzie could be hot but may be difficult to manage since two of them are so different. George - by the way my favorite character on this show - not with Izzie! Please! They are fine as friends though. George and Callie? - will be hard to handle Callie, and I guess that is no longer an issue...
Looking back, it's easy to see when a mistake has been made... to regret a choice that seemed like a decent idea at the time, but if we used our best judgment and listened to our hearts, we are more likely to see that we chose wisely and avoided the deepest most pain regret of them all - the regret from letting something amazing pass you by.
Did you say it? 'I love you. I don't ever want to live without you. You changed my life.' Did you say it? Make a plan. Set a goal. Work toward it, but every now and then, look around; Drink it in 'cause this is it. It might all be gone tomorrow."