Ahhh, thanks. I wasn't sure if Jackson's reaction to Matthew was more professional or personal. The dynamic between the two men reminds me a lot of how a couple of potential suitors I had in college acted toward each other-somewhat jealous but not wanting to admit it. Jackson might have been bothered by the 'traching", but I wondered if his reaction would have been as strong had it been a different paramedic.
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What I find interesting is that it was actually Alex that took Arizona's leg, not Callie. Callie was in charge and it was her decision to do it, but she didn't perform the actual surgery. I think it would be interesting to see what would happen if Arizona somehow found out about this.
I actually really liked this episode. It was great to see the flashbacks explaining all the things being said in the courtroom in an attempt to discredit Callie.
On another point, I also have an artificial hip as a result of an awful car wreck eight years ago. There was a new implant and method (I don't remember the name of it) I heard about that was supposed to make the recovery easier, but when I asked my doctor about it he said he did not and would not use that method because the implant was too new for him to trust and that all it was was a "shortcut" that he didn't think was any good. The implant has since been recalled. I'm no athlete, but that's what the episode reminded me of. A lot of shows make adaptations of real situations, so perhaps this is what they were doing here.
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