So here's my much anticipated post about last night's season finale of Grey's Anatomy, brought to you in bullet form...
-- First of all, let me echo the sentiments of many of my Grey's watching partners and say that Sunday night's episode should have been the season finale and last night's should have been the first episode of next season. Last night was good but kind of anticlimactic after seeing Burke shot the night before.
-- Yes Robert, I was very upset about Meredith and Shep. I mean, I kind of understand because, frankly, who among us has NOT had sex in an empty room at work while our significant others were left mingling with each other upstairs in the prom that our boss made us put on for his cancer stricken niece. But still, I just don't understand. I guess it just all comes down to me still thinking Addison is much hotter than Meredith, and has a much better personality and deserves to be happy. But hey, that's just me. Meredith and her McDreamy will be together, I just hope the writers do it quick. All of us Ed fans know what happens when the "will they/ won't they?" lasts too long-- people stop watching and the show gets boring.
-- Anyone else draw the connection that the season finale of the first full season of Ed also occurred at a prom?
-- I'm not sure what to think about Izzie leaving. I guess I need to find out if she is leaving the show or just the program before I ponder that thought. It would be a huge loss for the show if for no other reason than she is the best eye-candy on the cast.
-- Dr. Webber sure had a rough night, didn't he? In addition to all the hospital disasters going on, he finds out his beloved niece has cancer and that both his wife AND Meredith knows about his affair with Meredith's mom. I'll bet he got an ulcer.
-- Final thought: The best part of this show is the writing and nowhere is it better than in Christina's character development since the beginning of the show. The way they show how human interaction and, get ready for the UBC buzz-word, commmunity, has chipped away at her rough exterior, while still keeping her the competitive Asian-American with deep-seeded mother issues, is just amazing. Both Sandra Oh and the writers should have an armful of Emmys next year.