Grey’s Anatomy “The Girl With No Name” Review

Oh Grey’s Anatomy, why are you pretending to mirror real life? Yes, if the doctors of Grey’s existed in real life, they wouldn’t all stay at Seattle Grace. They’re talented and in some cases, connected, and they’d be flung to both coasts, to hook up with new doctors in new supply closets. But in the world of Grey’s even shifting cities for brief interviews was distracting and disconcerting, all the residents need to stay together so they can keep getting in wacky arguments over open body cavities.

If it wasn’t for the distracting city hoping the medical plot line of the night would have overshadowed every other. It was smart to have the shell-shocked kidnapping victim imprint on Grey so there would be a reason for all of surgery to stay close to the poor kid. It was also good foreshadowing of Bailey’s freak out to have her recall more details of the twelve year old kidnapping than little Grey with her photographic memory. Bailey’s panic attack over a few moments of missing Tuck, as well as her inability to think about what the victim might have gone through did look a little crazy when compared to the other parents. Read More...

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