This second half of the season like a zig-zag between strokes on the right track and skidding off the road. In spite of the clash drive between Rick and Negan, "The Key" brings the show to a straight path, exactly as happened two weeks ago with “The Lost and the Plunderers”. A violent face-off between Rick and Negan, the appearance of new characters, but most of all a true development that affects them and the plot.
Broken hearts, wounded hearts, hearts that suffer but they learn to cope with grief and open up to new loves: a subject matter in a thousand different sauces for a thousand different series, ma anche un pilastro della narrazione di Grey’s Anatomy nel corso delle sue quattordici (For now) seasons.
I had concluded the previous post in the hope that this episode was not just a Flash in the dark. I'm afraid so: This episode is slow, boring, repetitive and focused on characters of which there is never interested or that they've lost any appeal. All of whom last week were absent and whose was absolutely felt the lack.
It is not a good time for Grey's Anatomy: Despite some successful isolated episode, you feel the lack of an overall plot, a common thread that gives meaning to the season.
Will state for the climate from Oscar night, but the last episode of The Walking Dead has finally been good and we succeeded without disturbing deaths or shootings by forty minutes uninterrupted, proving that it's not the size of the event to determine the quality.
Week of crossover in which, between all sets of Shondaland, Grey's Anatomy is the one that has benefited less storyline and characters from crossing worlds usually separated.
Honor. This is the title of the Mid-Season premiere of The Walking Dead and it was easy to understand who and what she meant after the surprising and disappointing twist of Mid-Season finale that much controversy aroused during break.
After weeks in top form was inevitable, at some point, a drop in quality; and in fact this episode you save only for moments of irony (especially those between Jackson and his mother), but overall we can say without hesitation that they were 40 minutes rather unnecessary.
After domestic violence, transsexual doctor, the cops are racist and religious crisis Shonda Rhimes could take a short break from traumatic events, instead decided to keep the tension high with an episode all about Bailey, victim of a heart attack.