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smurfy
11-12-2010, 05:07 AM
Poor Alex, why do they keep dumping on this guy. His behavior with April was wrong though. Love how Mer called him out, but was still there for him. Also that the Chief knows it was Alex's idea.
Don't like the new doctor though, he annoyed on the little I saw of Ally McBeal. Makes me miss Arizona. J Capshaw's name was still in the credits?
Loved Derek helping out Christina, and then talking floors and tiles. Cool that the chief does not want to submit papers on Christina quitting, everyone is trying to help her!
I am liking this season, some nice things going on and more development.
But give Alex a break please and let Bailey's patients live. Does Avery have feelings for April?

Oh and really loved the scene in the beginning, when all the doctors turn to Mer to find out about Christina, such a good moment!

ArtisticFan
11-12-2010, 02:30 PM
Christina and Callie were hilarious tonight. There hasn't been enough of that silliness on Grey's for a long time.

Maybe because I've had like no sleep, but I couldn't quit giggling over Christina telling Callie, "I can't believe you let me do that," in regard to her hair.

Lacey
11-12-2010, 04:04 PM
Loved the floors and tiles discussion between Christina and Derek.

Theatregirl1122
11-12-2010, 06:18 PM
Loved the floors and tiles discussion between Christina and Derek.

That was my favorite part! I loved Callie and Christina as well. I knew there had to be something going wrong with Alex long before what happened with him and April. No matter what happened to him, that was out of line. But not out of character. It's unfortunate that Bailey didn't tell pretty eyes that he had done well. He seems to be in need of some support. I don't like whatever is going on with Meridith's hair. Too light, maybe.

Private Practice made me cry again. I'm not happy about their choice to do this rape story line but I'm glad they didn't rap in up in a pretty package with a bow and have everything be okay again two episodes later.

nerdycool
11-12-2010, 07:27 PM
Does Avery have feelings for April?I don't think he does. I think it's more like a brother/sister type relationship, and since she's the only other Mercy one alive, I think he's kinda protective.


I don't like whatever is going on with Meridith's hair. Too light, maybe. It is too light, and she has bangs, which seem to be coming back in full force lately. First Heidi Klum on PR, then Lea Michele on Glee, and now Ellen Pompeo on Grey's. It's unfortunate, because bangs can look good if done right. But all 3 mentioned have bangs that just lay flat. And it's really unattractive IMO.

Satellitegirl
11-12-2010, 07:31 PM
I agree about Cristina and Derek's convo on the floor tiles. Loved that lol.

*Jen*
11-13-2010, 01:21 PM
Makes me miss Arizona. J Capshaw's name was still in the credits?

I think we're supposed to miss Arizona. Jessica Capshaw is still in the credits because she's still in the show - just on maternity leave. They decided to write her out for a while instead of write her pregnancy in but I'm guessing she'll be back later in the series to do some complicated ground-breaking procedure on a kid she met in Africa.


Does Avery have feelings for April?

I think Lexie, given the way he looked at her at the start and at the end.


Maybe because I've had like no sleep, but I couldn't quit giggling over Christina telling Callie, "I can't believe you let me do that," in regard to her hair.


Loved the floors and tiles discussion between Christina and Derek.

Ditto. These were my favourite bits.

I don't mind the Christina storyline. It makes more sense to me that she's not seeking help, since she never does.

HeatherC
11-19-2010, 02:33 AM
Drunk doctors at Joe's may be my favorite part of the show tonight. Bailey is totally cracking me up, LOL :lol:

kimkom
11-19-2010, 03:31 AM
I lurrrves me a drunk Bailey! :rofl: :rofl:

I knew Cally and Mark would sleep together! I really like their "friends with benefits" relationship.

pixie cut
11-19-2010, 02:12 PM
I enjoyed drunk Bailey. I'm tired of Cristina acting crazy and doing nothing to try and get better. I found Callie sleeping with Mark too predictable.

Now let me rant about Private Practice. Suddenly Violet is telling Charlotte all about the trial of her rapist -- what an egregious 180 on the past. It was a rather crucial plot point in the first two seasons that Violet had not reported the rape. There was a scene where she told Dell about it and there was an entire episode where her friend was running for public office and they spoke about how they kept each other's secrets and then Violet found out her friend had never told her real secret. So now Violet prosecuted? Shonda Rhimes needs to step away from GA and PP. She has no respect for her own characters and stories and most definitely no respect for the viewers.

ArtisticFan
11-19-2010, 02:13 PM
:respec:Drunk Bailey was great! I would totally hang out with her.

Jimena
11-19-2010, 03:18 PM
I thought the show was hilarious. Loved drunk Bailey.

Theatregirl1122
11-20-2010, 02:03 AM
Now let me rant about Private Practice. Suddenly Violet is telling Charlotte all about the trial of her rapist -- what an egregious 180 on the past. It was a rather crucial plot point in the first two seasons that Violet had not reported the rape. There was a scene where she told Dell about it and there was an entire episode where her friend was running for public office and they spoke about how they kept each other's secrets and then Violet found out her friend had never told her real secret. So now Violet prosecuted? Shonda Rhimes needs to step away from GA and PP. She has no respect for her own characters and stories and most definitely no respect for the viewers.

Yeah, this really bothered me as well.

smurfy
11-20-2010, 05:37 AM
GA - yes, loved drunk Bailey, and even did not mind drunk Teddy. But just love Bailey and I want her to be happy!! But I also like how they seem to be integrating her more with the others as a peer socially. I do find it endearing how Derek is watching over Christina. Sometimes this show gets some good minor relationships going (I luv the few scenes with Derek & Bailey) that are just good for the show overall.

PP - Thanks - I was wondering about that, doubting my memory, but thought Violet had not reported her rape. Again, I keep watching this show, but things bug me. There is a quality there sometimes. It has great parts, but the sum is less than it should be. I also felt Cooper is maturing some. Also I found it satisfying that Charlotte decided to come forward, as a step forward for her in her relationship with Cooper. I like them together for some odd reason, but both are so messed up (who isn't on this show).

Theatregirl1122
11-20-2010, 07:32 PM
Frankly I dislike the portrayal of reporting your rape as the only right choice and the only way you will ever get through it. While I understand the point that your rapist will rape again and you should get him off the streets, I honestly believe that the only person a woman in this situation should be told to think about is herself. Will it help you to face this down or will it make things harder for you. I know there are many women out there who regret not reporting their rape. Their are also many women who did report and regret that. Reporting not only means having to tell your story to the world and having to face the person who did this to you, it also means you will probably have to watch the defense drag your character through the mud. And after all that, the guy may not be convicted.

I absolutely believe that reporting rape and prosecuting the rapist is an incredibly courageous choice. But it is also an incredibly personal choice and a woman can only make that choice for herself in that moment. No one knows how they would react if they aren't in that situation. I dislike seeing a woman who has already been victimized be badgered by her friends and family to do something that she has made it clear that she does not want to do.

I'm glad that Charlotte eventually agreed to do the line-up. Perhaps it will make her feel better. But this is not a one size fits all right choice.