I think I'm a fan of Grey's Anatomy with the highest level of endurance: I didn't complain when Izzie has revived a deer, nor when Izzie was having sex with a ghost, and even when Arizona and Callie are taken and left for the trecentomilionesima time. But there is a limit to everything.
There's a storyline that takes shape and looks even vaguely interesting: It would be great news were it not that the season is literally on its last legs, but rather than seeing other existential crisis of April I'll settle for this.
I tried to watch the episode just because I write the review, but my good will was not at all rewarded.
Restoring neuronal functions of April it definitely helps to maintain the quality of the episode at the level of sufficiency but, other than that, hard to find something interesting to say.
Other week, another episode from fail across the Board for Grey's Anatomy; This 14th season, started with the best conditions, are really drifting, and I believe that only a radical intervention can save the series for the future.
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, but also a pillar of the narrative of "Grey's Anatomy" in the course of his fourteen (For now) seasons.
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.
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.
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.