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.
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.
When you seem to be having a bad day think that of April Kepner in this episode: all your problems will be put back into perspective.
The blink of an eye and we've arrived at the winter final this season 14: This means that we have before us two months to wait before finding out what will happen after the cliffhanger that ended the episode.
After the senseless death of Nathan Riggs we are rewarded with an episode that put Meredith in the spotlight and on the pedestal on which deserves to be here until the end of time.
Amelia-centric episode, as expected, and just as expected, the tragedy is relatively back; within 45 minutes it turns out the tumor, is the surgeon, you do the operation and the rehabilitation.
After four long months of absence we finally went back to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, with a special two-hour premiere in which the events are taken exactly from the day after the season finale.