Let Avery and April go, they were only the replacements for Izzie and George.A long, long summer is comming. ;-)
I don't like Mer in ortho, she is too feminine to do it. Callie is fit for it, she can easily crack a shoulder or a hip, but Meredith, not so much. They still can be good friends though.
The episode focused on special relationships between interns and attendants, between the older and the younger doctors, but I also found two interesting easter-eggs.First hint: the shrink says to the Hunt family that their time is up.Another important hint: the notes Alex is using belong to Izzie, "the smart one, the only smart one". I suppose Shonda is preparing her comeback by making her more present in dialogues.I enjoyed the bonding between Amelia and Lexie, both impulsive, they throw things when pissed off (that's what Lexie did with Mark's new girlfriend at the softball game)and it took both their enthusiasm to convince Derek. Amelia is a drug addicted, like Lexie in the other reality from What/If. They are quite similar, and might become the new twisted sisters-in-law.Interesting moment with Callie talking about Snow White Meredith with the mirror spirit Webber (i.e. creator of a magic web or The Puppet Master who control all the strings)
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