The other portion of that which I had not picked up on yet, but really loved when it was pointed out, was just how much Christina was being just like Hahn in HER refusal to teach. I loved the scene with Christina teaching Lexie stiches on a banana because it showed that Christina got that she was being more like Hahn than Burke.Originally Posted by rcurrytoo;3017568;
When Grey's first started, the thing I loved about it the most was the way they used the patient stories as analogies to the doctor's storylines, and I LOVED how they got back to that in this episode. You had Callie seeing herself with Hahn as she was telling the girl with cement boy that her feelings for him mattered more than what people thought. You had Derek talking about patients saying Meredith tears everything apart, but talking about their relationship. You had Bailey telling the cement boy that he coudln't give up, but telling herself the same thing with regards to her family/career mix.
I didn't really like it when they got off track, and started making storylines about medical cases. I'm glad that they're back on track using them as a literary device instead of standalone storytelling.