If this were a police show, they would dwell with the loss of their officers. This is a medical show........so there you go... but our drama is about the medical personnel involved. Cops will deal with the loss of theirs when they do!
Was this stupid...YES!!!
If you look back at the later scenes once they start coaching Meredith through removing the artillery, there is no oxygen bag being used.
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"Grey's" Doc Hooked on Speed By Joal Ryan
Patrick Dempsey is revved up, and presumably ready to hear Jim Nabors roar.
The Grey's Anatomy operator has moved up to the ranks of Indy car owners, putting him in the mix for the Indianapolis 500, the marquee racing event traditionally prefaced by Nabors' booming rendition of "Back Home in Indiana."
"I feel like a kid in a candy store," Dempsey said in a statement announcing his alliance with Vision Racing.
As a co-owner, TV's good Dr. Shepherd will watch his team's two drivers compete in as many as 14 Indy Racing League events this year. The season kicks off Mar. 26 with the Toyota Indy 300 in Miami. The 90th edition of the Indianapolis 500 is set for May 28.
Dempsey's competition at the Indy 500 should as starry as it is fast. IRL driver Dario Franchitti is the husband of Ashley Judd; the Letterman of Rahal Letterman Racing is late-night talk host David Letterman.
In 2004, Letterman, an Indianapolis native, won his hometown 500 on the strength of driver Buddy Rice's brickyard run.
If Dempsey were a car, he'd be more of a Paul Newman model than a Letterman one. Like Newman, a longtime owner in IRL's rival Champ Cars league, Dempsey is also a professional driver.
Last month, Dempsey cruised Daytona International Speedway in a souped-up Ford Mustang as befitting his status as a Grand-Am Cup Series helmet wearer and gas pedal pusher.
Dempsey, 40, also drives GT cars in the Panoz Racing Series (finishing third in one event last year), and has competed in the annual celebrity competition held in conjunction with the Grand Prix of Long Beach.
On TV, Dempsey and his Seattle Grace colleagues are zooming along in the ratings. Last Sunday, their show outdrew an all-new Desperate Housewives for the first time, taking honors as the night's most-watched show.
In the movies, the former teen flick fixture (Can't Buy Me Love, Loverboy) will be Hilary Swank's leading man in Freedom Writers, an inspirational teacher flick.
FYI - ABC is rerunning part 2 of the bomb episode tonight at 9:30 (at least in the U.S.). Check abc.com for details.
I've heard a rumor that one of the interns is leaving the show. The source is E-Online's Tv-Talk, or something like that. I hope its not true. I heard it at the abc.com message boards. Can someone verify if it is correct? I hope not!