With the Emmys just around the corner, albeit not sure what corner myself seeing as i tend to avoid them like the plague and just skim through the results the next day, I was thinking about Grey's Anatomy and the supposed "snubbing" that went on this year and i have to ask: is it really a snub?
I mean, yes, the show is fun to watch while gorging in a pint of your favorite ice cream and it is fun and naughty enough to keep your attention [despite last year's, in my opinion, catastrophically dull and serious season] but what makes it Emmy worthy? can you really call this show the best on TV?... with series such as dirty sexy money, pushing daisies, Dexter, house, bones [and that's just naming MY personal favorites, there are so many other brilliant programs] what makes Grey's stand out among the others? it's fun, but I just don't get what's GREAT about it.
so, in a round about way, that brings me back to my question my question: do you think it deserves all the Emmy nods it gets, and if so why, because I'm absolutely perplexed by it.