What does it say about the popularity of baseball these days when the World Series gets crushed in the ratings by shows that can be recorded on a DVR? 8 p.m. World Series: 12.3 million viewers The Big Bang Theory: 12.8 million/$#*! My Dad Says: 10.8 million It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown: 6.98 million Scared Shreckless: 8.2 million/Community: 5.7 million The Vampire Diaries: 3.5 million 9 p.m. CSI: 14.1 million Grey's Anatomy: 10.7 million World Series: 11.77 million The Office: 8.05 million/Outsourced: 5.9 million Nikita: 2.6 million 10 p.m. The Mentalist: 14.6 million Private Practice: 7.8 million The Apprentice: 3.8 million Source Here
The latest episode of Grey's Anatomy left fans scratching their heads after Callie (Sara Ramirez) announced that she'd be moving with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) to Africa. Long before Callie and Arizona became Calzona, Arizona applied for a grant that she only now ended up winning, which means she'll be moving to Africa. Callie was left struggling with whether or not to tell Arizona how she really felt about the trip. "Callie [was] caught in that thing where you love somebody so much you don't want to tell them the truth," Ramirez tells us. "Callie really doesn't want to go, but in order to be with Arizona, they decide to go together." To Read More Click Here.
Grey's Anatomy's documentary-style episode airs this week, and it looks like it will all be shot from that perspective, as the first two clips from "These Arms of Mine" showed. The latest sneak peek released by ABC, which we've posted below, is no different. Mandy Moore reprises her character from the season six finale, and she's just as cute now as she was then. Sadly, she's still fighting various ailments, and carrying the aftereffects of the shooting, as we see when an alarm sounds at Seattle Grace ... Source & Preview
Taking a left turn, "Grey's Anatomy" adapts a documentary-style episode next week. A documentary film crew visits the hospital six months after the shooting to document the road to recovery for doctors and patients. The camera lenses follow Derek, Owen, Mark & Callie as they ambitiously perform a rare arm transplant surgery, Meredith helps Cristina put on a brave face for the cameras, and Bailey's patient, Mary, returns for her surgery which marks the first time they've all seen of each other since that fateful day. The October 28 episode is like a wrap up to the post-shooting storyline. But despite the closure, creator Shonda Rhimes told EW that Cristina will keep struggling at work. "Cristina is a person who has identified herself purely as a surgeon, before anything else," Rhimes said. "And for her to be at a place where she's not sure if she can even pick up a scalpel is fairly devastating." To Read More Click Here.