Beginning of the end for Izzy?

The introduction of Denny again is making me think, very seriously, that this is the beginning of writing Izzy out. We all know she wasn't happy with her character over the last couple of series, with all the Emmy fuss etc, and her 'not really having any good storylines'.

I forsee this storyline for her.

Izzy begins a descent into madness. Cue plenty of opportunities for acting - drama, tears, happiness etc. She's seeing - no, she's actually touching someone who doesn't exist. Either they're getting ready to drop her by writing her out in some way - will she die? Will she go off on a quest somewhere to get in touch with other realities? Will she kill herself? Hey - we haven't had a resident suicide, have we - or did I miss that episode?

And we can have Alex trying to save her, fighting with an impossibly perfect ghost to try to pull her back, before finding her dead or dying, still smiling...

Yes, methinks Ms Heigl has p1@@ed off someone she shouldn't have, and is on her way out.

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Nov 14, 2008 11:35AM EST

i wouldn't mind have them introduce new blood - i love having Denny around, even if it means Izzy is going nuts and is going to leave one way or another - i'm not sure this is the case, though - i don't think she's going nuts - i think she never really dealt with the whole Denny thing - the whole recent heart thing brought it up again - and she really has to put it to rest before moving on with Alex
then again, i could be wrong

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Nov 14, 2008 11:46AM EST

um - well, i was writing that while i was watching the episode - and i take it all back - Izzy and Denny are meant to be together - and that either means they will be in death or Izzy will have no non-ghost love live the entire time she's on Grey's - which may be pretty short

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Nov 14, 2008 8:41PM EST

Actually, Katherin Heigl WAS thinking of quitting, but then she decided to stay on if they gave her character a lovely brain tumour. So I'm thinking this is the beginning of that. A lovely little hallucination of her dead fiancé to signify the presence of her lovely little brain tumour.

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Nov 14, 2008 8:42PM EST

That's supposed to say fiance with an accent on the 'E'. but for some reason it came out looking all weird.

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Nov 14, 2008 9:06PM EST

Agree with StreetSpirit Methinks this is the beginning of a brain tumor. Cue valiant effort by Shepard to save her. Cue dark and twisty Mer hating him when he can't. Cue Merder turmoil. lol!

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Nov 15, 2008 5:56AM EST

ah - brain tumour - now that sounds right - very convenient way to cater to Denny fans - btw, weren't they developing a series for him?

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Nov 15, 2008 6:04AM EST

Brain tumour! Why didn't I think of that! Doh.... I was just going down the 'psychosis' route - but a brain tumour is so beloved of Hollywood, it's the perfect out. Yes, I'll go along with that idea.

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Nov 20, 2008 11:24AM EST

Straight from Sondra Rhimes - No Brain Tumour!

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