This week’s “Grey’s Anatomy” featured three different experimental medical procedures. The television rule of threes rules is that at least one must fail. That meant the lives of a baby, a sheep and a robotic arm were all in jeopardy. It was also a family-filled episode. Alex’s father returned and April’s sisters, who were exactly […]
This week’s episode, “Somebody That I Used to Know” was a typical “Grey’s Anatomy” holiday: Nobody wants to celebrate, half the characters are miserable about their romantic choices and everyone is overworked. Miranda may be the only one with an actual mental illness, but everyone could use therapy. [xfinity-record-button id=”5191720111929016112″ program_type=”series”] Miranda Breaks Down Ben […]
Thursday night’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy“, “Map of You,” was, according to Derek’s voiceover narration, about the connections that the brain makes and how they impact behavior. Actually, that’s the biological description of thinking and therefore the subject of every single work of fiction ever. This was really an episode about good and bad parenting. […]
Thursday night’s “Grey’s Anatomy” was a meditation on the difficulties of balancing work and family, and how women almost always shoulder more than their fair burden. Watch the episode …
After all of the drama of last week’s premiere, this week’s “Grey’s Anatomy” was a little anti-climactic.
“Grey’s Anatomy” ended its ninth season with an electrocuted Richard lying in a pool of water in the hospital basement. Was he dead? Did he miraculously survive?
I was up watching the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night and like most people on my Twitter feed, kind of wish I could get those three hours back.
“Grey’s Anatomy” always has great season finales. Thursday night’s episode, “Perfect Storm,” in which the hospital was plunged into darkness as all hell broke loose, was tense from start to finish. There was a macabre suspense: who was going to die in this episode, because someone nearly always does on “Grey’s.”
This week’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” ‘She’s Killing Me,” is an argument against honesty. As Meredith voices over at the beginning, people think that they want to know the truth until they are actually confronted with it. This theme plays out throughout each storyline, in ways both tragic and ridiculous, culminating in a surprising cliffhanger ending that […]
There has been a serious decline in patient and case quality on “Grey’s Anatomy.” I vividly remember the people who were impaled by a pole and faced certain death, the woman who swallowed dolls, and lots of other cases from the early seasons. Now they are mostly ordinary, realistic cases that could be found in […]