That's the part that also made me mad about the episode. Someone could have gotten in touch and let them know that Baily was detained to work on Adelle. Of course I know its for drama but it left me feeling very mad.
Or why didn't Miranda ask (or bark an order) for someone to do it. I realize she was busy and pre-occupied, but she had the presence of mind to say "Get me out of this dress". I'd figure that would remind her to send word. It's just out of character for her because she's always so responsible. And she seemed calm and happy in the limo ride with the chief...like she finally knew she wanted to do this and then BAM! Shonda and her writers are getting sloppy, IMO.
I don't find it to be "sloppy" with the writing... rather it's just one of Bailey's annoying character traits. Ok sure, she was having cold feet / nerves / doubts / whatever-ya-wanna-call-it... and I get that she was probably secretly thrilled to have something ELSE to focus on besides herself... but to have zero regard for Ben and/or any of the people who showed up for the wedding? That's just selfish.
Loved the show last night. The writing finally caught up with what everybody was fussing about should have been done.
I knew Adele was dead when Richard appeared at the funeral. She had asked him to never leave her, and he didn't......she left him.
I liked all of the couples "coupling up". Yang and Owen; Mer and Der; Arizona and Calli(?), although their kissing scene made me go "Yuck!". Avery and the intern.....bad idea!
I half-expected Dr. Bailey to change her mind about getting married. She looked lovely and all "girlified" last night.
Wow!! I did say 'funeral', didn't I??? :lol I tend to be kind of anti-marriage/wedding, so it was probably a Freudian slip!! :rofl:rofl
The guests will stick around as long as the food and drinks last! It was rather a ridiculous storyline, though.
So sad when Richard showed up - to lose the two women he loved to the same disease... :(
Not crazy about Avery and his intern, though I like Karev with his intern. Maybe this is bad but I miss Bailey, the Nazi version. She rocked when she was in Nazi mode and I'm not too crazy about girly-girl Bailey... I feel like she's completely lost her edge and her character doesn't feel like a leader anymore...
I disagree about Bailey. I think it shows her evolution as a surgeon. When she was the nazi she was still new in her role and trying to establish herself. And it didn't always make her a great leader. Now, she's got more confidence and doesn't feel as much need to prove herself. All good leaders evolve, and I'm glad they've shown that in her.
Enjoyed it all. I love how patient Callie is being. Called Derek from the washroom :lol