I agree. If you are subjected to this, can you imagine what you are going to run into in that marriage down the road? Things usually get worse....not better. Some things just ought not to be tolerated.
I think it's really sad to see couples where the woman has had to beg, plead, push, threaten, cry, and manipulate to get a her boyfriend to marry her. And I am surprised at how often it happens. It's so sad. The man just doesn't want it. And after the wedding....it shows.
I am looking forward to the crossover episode. They are usually pretty good, in my experiences.
While I enjoyed last night's episode, I have one little complaint. It was a crossover episode with Amy (I think that's Derek's sister's name) showing up at Seattle's Grace... not once did he mention to her about adopting Zola. I think they could have given Meredith and Amy a small scene together, just to say hello, congrats on the baby, congrats on completing rehab, ya know? :)
kinda like when derek didn't help with amy's intervention?
Do you mean Amelia? I've never heard her referred to as Amy. You threw me off! :lol
Derek calls her Amy.
I agree though - I hate those little inconsistencies - if they're going to have those characters be related, you have to at least mention them in certain instances. I can't believe they didn't call ANY of Amelia's family members for the intervention - they have other sisters and a mother too (Tyne Daly anyone?). Shonda drives me crazy when they do that.
I think they should have at least had Amelia meet & greet with Meredith - she is Derek's wife and Amelia was in Seattle! Where did she sleep? They could have expanded on her visit there.
As someone who does not want children, has never wanted them and never changed her mind about it, I was pretty ticked off about Owen saying everyone wants children and if they don't, it is only until they get around to changing their mind and that nobody chooses to not have children. I get that he is upset about the abortion, but believe it or not, there are people out there that just simply do not want children, period.