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Gaudior

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Meredith not calling anyone, especially Derek's family, before actually disconnecting him from life support was selfish. He had family and friends close by who probably would have liked a chance to say goodbye to him. And there wasn't a time crunch, since none of his organs were usable. I can see Meredith needing to go through this alone, but it wasn't fair. I found Derek's thoughts distracting and annoying. Granted, it was the easiest and fastest way to show the viewers what was going wrong, but I don't feel it worked.

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While it may feel old, the relationship between Tony and his father is evolving fairly realistically. No, Senior won't stop being a flirt (Emily) or dismissing some things, but Tony was excited to see him. And you can see that Senior is hearing and responding to much of what Tony says, directly and indirectly. When the child has been the grown up in a relationship for that long, it's going to take a while for the changes to solidify. (Yeah, the apartment right above Tony's was too much, but on first thought, it might have seemed like serendipity to Senior.) Interesting that Zoe is as terrified of the word "committment" has Tony is! They seem good together, and it seems the show is focusing more on Tony's growth as a person (talking and not just running), which I like. Of course, I still love his "Mc" names!

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They had waited to do the surgery until the tumor had hit the optic nerve. It seemed like there could have been various types of brain damage, but perhaps because it hit the nerve, that part was more sensitive. I dunno.