I hope Bailey's husband doesn't die. If he were to die, she'd probably have to cut back a lot at the hospital, being a single mother and all.
“When you're with someone, you put up with the stuff that makes you lose respect for them. And that is love.” —Erin, The Office
"If you're obsessed with TV, why don't you keep up with it in a timely way?!" - Mindy, The Mindy Project
How can anybody not LOVE this show, the raw emotion that these characters emit is flawless. George is fast becoming my new favorite character. I love his relationship with the Chief and his reactions to Bailey when she's yelling, he hugs her-awesome! Christina is still my favorite. Christina Ricci was very believable as a person knowing that they may die and not worrying about the consequences. I do think that McDreamy hearing that the bomb girl is Meredith will not only impede his operation, but also be the end of his fractured marriage. I like Bailey so much that I will be crushed if her husband dies, we finally just met him and didn't that actor play a paramedic on E.R.? It would be ironic if McDreamy is the cause of Bailey's husband demise, which in turn leads back to Meredith. This is fast becoming the 6 degrees of Dr. Grey. LOVE IT.
In these times of Greatness, what is better than being a Bostonian? Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics (NO. 5anyone?) and I'll even give props to the Black N Gold!!!
The plot thickens!! Be sure to read the last line in bold about the episode being reran tonight!
From tvguide.com http://www.tvguide.com/News/Entertainment/
HOLY SCOOPAGE, BATMAN!: It looks like Chris O'Donnell — apparently not put off by Head Cases' grim fate — will next call Grey's Anatomy's Seattle Grace home. For more on that story, as well as an Alias update, the truth behind that wild rumor of a Lost uncasting, and so much more, click on over to today's bakery-fresh Ask Ausiello.
Question: Oh. My. God. Grey's Anatomy's post-Super Bowl episode was fantastic! It was edge-of-my-seat material. Any clues as to what will happen next week? — Laura
Ausiello: Before we get to the big episode, I have some potentially huge Grey's gossip to share: Rumor has it that Chris O'Donnell has signed on for an eight-episode arc beginning in March. More details to come. Now, back to Sunday's Super installment, which, like Laura, I thought was pretty damn spectacular. Along with 38.1 million other viewers, I laughed (George fantasizing about showering with Meredith/Izzie/Cristina!), I cried (Bailey refusing to give birth without her husband!), I laughed some more (Izzie and Alex in the closet!), I cried some more (still with Bailey), I choked on a faux chicken finger (Meredith took Christina Ricci's place!) and then, before the credits rolled, I started counting the hours until next week's conclusion — spoilers for which are (shocker!) scarce. My guess — and this is just pure speculation — is that Meredith's brush with death will snap McDreamy out of his Addison-fueled trance and pave the way for their inevitable reconciliation. Oh, THIS JUST IN: ABC is rerunning the Super Bowl episode tomorrow (Thursday) at 9:30 pm/ET for the 16 people who missed it the first time.
And more about Izzie and heart patient guy:Click to see Spoiler:Question: Is there going to be another guy involved in the whole Izzie and Alex relationship on Grey's Anatomy? I hope not — they just got back together. — Amy
Ausiello: Bad news. Remember that heart-transplant patient named Denny who made googly eyes at Izzie in the Jan. 15 episode? Well, as revealed exclusively in the current issue of TV Guide, he's coming back for a nine-episode arc to "shake things up a little bit," says Denny's portrayer, Jeffrey Dean Morgan. "Denny isn't going anywhere, and Alex isn't going anywhere.… Neither of them wants to let Izzie go." Now, this is where things get a little confusing. I'm also hearing that Chris O'Donnell's character is being brought on as a love interest for Izzie, so either Katherine Heigl is going to have three guys fighting over her or someone's spreading a little misinformation. Knowing those sneaky Grey's folks like I do, I'm guessing it's the latter.
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What station is the show being rerun on? I have DISH satellite, and I can't find it. Luckily, I saw it on Sunday, but I wouldn't mind seeing it again.
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When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!
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I thought the funniest part was when Alex had a screaming match with "bazooka joe's" wife.
Hurley: (holding up a Jesus statue) I don't know. I thought there might be a prowler or something.
Mrs. Reyes: (grabbing the statue) Jesus Christ is not a weapon! - LOST "There's No Place Like Home Pt. 1