I'm out of words to comment on this disappointing season of Grey's, the only resource left would be the insults; and it must be said that being able to ruin a season finale, where there is also one of the original's wedding, requires a certain amount of commitment.
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.
This week's review comes a little’ later than usual, in part I can blame it on the deck of the 25 April, but it's partly the fault of the umpteenth episode that we could easily forget.
Slow improvements in this episode, and given the overall situation could also be a fluke; or, missing very little now to the final, the authors are really trying to start the storyline in the right direction.
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.
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.
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.
Fourteen seasons airing necessarily ups and downs, moments of brilliance and moments to forget; We had the adrenaline of Meredith that she held a bomb inside the chest of a patient and the futility of Izzie that revived a deer. Ecco, This episode was unnecessary because that buck.
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.