Posts Tagged ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

Not So Secret Wedding on Grey’s Anatomy!

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010


Despite being involved in a love triangle this season on Grey’s Anatomy, fan favorites Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) have a bright future, according to executive producer Shonda Rhimes.

“There is absolutely hope for Cristina and Owen,” she says. “They clearly love each other.”

According to sources this is absolutely the case and Cristina and Owen are getting married on the September 23rd season premiere of the ABC drama Grey’s Anatomy.

However, not everything is coming up roses, because a new hospital therapist, played by James Tupper, has been brought in to make sure there’s no post-traumatic stress issues with the staff following the massacre, and Yang hasn’t been approved to return to surgery!

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’: It’s not a finale without a body count

Friday, May 21st, 2010
  • 120260_577_pre “Grey’s Anatomy” has a history of strong finales. With the exception of Cristina’s wedding — which I’ll excuse because that was the year of the writers’ strike — each season-ender has been poignant enough to move me to tears. This year, I was too stunned to cry.

    The finale, “Sanctuary / Death and All His Friends,” turns the hospital from a sanctuary into a battle field. Mr. Clark returns, still upset by his wife’s death at the hand of Webber, Lexie and McDreamy despite the board’s ruling that the doctors made the right decisions.

    This time, he wants revenge of the “eye for an eye” variety, and he’s got the jacket full of ammunition to prove it.

    It’s been 11 years since the Columbine High School massacre, and only three since the Virginia Tech massacre. Despite the fact that “Grey’s Anatomy” takes place in a hospital, not a school, the episode couldn’t help but recall those memories. Like a school, a hospital is a safe place. It’s somewhere people go to be taken care of and nurtured. To be honest, this episode was hard for me to watch.

    Death is a common occurrence on “Grey’s Anatomy;” someone dies in nearly every episode. However, it’s never been a violent, intentional death at the hand of another human being. I don’t know what the body count was from Mr. Clark’s shooting spree, but I expect we’ll find out next season. What I do know is that Seattle Grace will never be the same.

  • –Carina MacKenzie

Photo: Ellen Pompeo, left, as Meredith and Sarah Drew as April.

Credit: ABC

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