Meredith Grey and his colleagues, ambitious residents of surgery, facing their first day of work at the Seattle Grace Hospital and since then their lives are made of determination, unlikely medical cases to solve and, above, friendships and loves in the hallways of the hospital. Define “medical drama” It would be an understatement: This is a series in which the medicine is used mostly by metaphor for those life experiences that all, prima o poi, We face.
Cristina Yang. Cynical, ambitious, sarcastic. Presented as a character able to arouse antipathy, but proved un'antipatica we learned immediately to worship. The best friend that every one would like to have at his side, able to make you smile even when you discover that your he is married; the companion who does not abandon you even in the darkest crisis, including an attempt to strangulation; the doctor who knows repair the Black Mamba. In 10 years we have witnessed the growth of graduate super competitive at heart surgeon exceptional, between love, dramas and many laughs we have caught even in the most […]
Know for several months in advance that we would have to say goodbye to Cristina Yang has helped make this particularly exciting season finale, Thanks to the hype that was created for the great time.
And finally, Burke is back (After Isaiah Washington has properly atoned for his sins). He and Cristina resume right where you were left, namely, How accurate you, "me in a white dress and you fleeing the state".
After an episode a bit’ undertone, This week the series returned to fulfill its standard, keeping the setting Cristina-centric needed to give the character the finale it deserves. Important goals, jealousy, job offers and pregnancies: in a nutshell, Classic Grey's.
This episode of Grey's Anatomy is ideal for those who want to wipe out all traces of optimism, losing all kinds of hope in the future and give up the will to live. A hoot, practically. But despite the disarming sense of General sadness, is a beautiful episode.
In Mom Avery we trust! The presence of Mrs.. Avery is always a harbinger of dialogues and interesting scenarios, and this time was not less. If you add the birthday of Webber, solid reference season after season, and the usual surgery out of the ordinary (the fetus in fetus was missing), served here is the perfect background for a good episode of Grey's Anatomy.
Tv Guide announces the return of Amelia Shepherd, from the beginning of May to the end of the tenth season. For intellectual honesty I must declare publicly that he never followed Private Practice, so my character's knowledge is limited to what has been shown in Grey's Anatomy.