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.
The thirteenth season of Grey's Anatomy concludes with a final enough adrenaline, the right amount of emotion and tragedy but also some gaps in writing that, sincerely, I did not expect.
If anyone had ever had any sympathy for Maggie, We can say with certainty that, After this episode, has been wiped out as the emotional stability of all fans of "Grey's Anatomy" after the deaths of at least three favorite characters.
After the death of Diane last episode, It was predictable that this week was dedicated to the mourning of Maggie and upon his return to everyday life; and as Dr. Pierce is the most balanced of the sisters, She also has its difficulties.
We knew this eighteenth episode, the first directed by Ellen Pompeo, would be sad; from the trailer we could also already have an idea of what to expect, yet "Grey's Anatomy" always manages to hit the right spot, and this time there ran away a tear.
After a week off Grey's back and, mid-season exact, sets the stage for the storyline that will accompany us up to the final; obviously, He does it with the usual ease and skill.
After the debacle of last week, the location is somewhat improving Eliza Minnick: tempers seem to subside, the positions are less extreme and meeting places seem closer. Anyway, If in doubt, I am always Team Meredith.
We are now halfway through the season: the episode marked a turning point in some storyline but are still many loose ends and the situations to be resolved.