Grey’s Anatomy: NinjaStarr
Pumped up on baby-making hormones, Mer seems to be oddly cheery until the E.R. practically implodes.
Everyone—doctors and patients alike—are planning a quick escape from Seattle Grace to go watch some college hoops. Even a drunken idiot with a knife lodged in his head is begging to be discharged. He’d be a great guest on Bravo’s “What Not to Wear.”
The Chief’s wife Adele is admitted to the E.R., but she won’t remember because she’s acting all Alzheimeree. But I bet she can still remember all the times that Mer’s mother Ellis had The Chief working her night shift.
Bailey lets her guard and bloomers down (she doesn’t strike me as the thong type) in the resident’s nap room with Nurse Eli. I’d love to take a blacklight to those sheets.
Mer helps a patient who walked in the E.R. with a severe pain in the head and in the ass. One was a migraine the other he referred to as his wife. Mer may have saved that patient, but she lost another one on the operating table. At Seattle Grace, the odds of a resident saving your life are only marginally better than you winning the Publishing Clearinghouse Sweepstakes.
Yang considers whether to be Godmommy to Callie’s existing baby or Mer’s yet-to-be-made baby, that is, until Mer uses her sad face and hostile uterus to trump Callie’s offer. She even went so far as to point out how many people would need to drop dead before Yang could play Mommie Dearest to the spawn of the Lesbian Love Den.
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