Grey’s Anatomy: Dear Crabby
As if the staff of Seattle Grace didn’t have enough on their hands bouncing back from the shooting, Grey’s Anatomy decides everyone should be involved in a documentary that covers both how people are dealing with the aftermath as well as just day-to-day hospital activities. I’m not sure why the writers decided to do this, much of it was contrived and a lot of it was lawsuit inducing. Also, the documentary makes Seattle Grace look like a clown car and Webber the head horn-honker.
The camera crews follow the staff around as they miraculously have an arm transplant to complete. The entire staff is on call for this then there’s a huge drama about the donor having a tattoo on his arm – catastrophe. Given the the guy has NO ARMS, he really doesn’t care about a 2″ tattoo of some woman’s name. The documentary crew actually films the wife of the donor, because what else is there to do when you’ve lost your husband in a motorcycle accident than contribute to a documentary? Sign me up!
There is also trouble in lesboland as Arizona receives some kind of grant to go to Africa – something she applied for 2 years ago. Seriously, do they really even think she’s living in the same apartment let alone still interested in going to Africa. Oh…my bad. She is interested (“tiny humans!”) and Torres is WTF? Going with her? Did I miss something? Man, I hope they don’t pull one of those trans-continental shows like E.R. did when it was circling the drain.
Karev grows a trachea for a young girl (don’t ask), Christina continues to take naps during rounds (man, I could totally be a surgeon!), the hospital installs then removes the worst security system in the world (there’s your million bucks, Chief!) and worst of the worst, Bailey loses a patient after “routine” surgery. I knew the patient was going to die as soon as they said “routine” and she said once the surgery was over she wanted “lots of babies.” But the worst is that it’s Mandy Moore! Say it ain’t so, Bailey!