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Friday, September 30, 2016

Caution: Spoilers! Grey's Anatomy - What Will Happen With Alex and Jo

This post contains spoilers from upcoming new Grey's Anatomy episodes. If you don't want to be spoiled, then do not read any further.

Given what I've heard on Twitter and various other chat sites, Alex is definitely going to need his person, Meredith this season. I suspect a bucket load of shit is about to hit the fan where Alex and Jo are concerned. I so wish he would break up with her for good. Her lies of omission last season were the icing on the cake for me.

Now I know many fans of Jolex may not agree with this and that's okay by me. I have disliked Alex and Jo's relationship since it started back in Season nine. The chemistry is not there.

I love Alex Karev and want him to have the best, he so deserves this after all he's been through. I think Maggie would be a great match for Alex. I did toy with the idea of Amelia awhile ago, but I doubt Alex could deal with her crazy as well as Meredith's. LOL.

What do you all think?

In other news, it looks like there may be a love triangle with newcomer Dr Nathan Riggs, Maggie and Meredith. Who are you rooting for? Would you love to see Maggie with Nathan or Meredith and Nathan?

Personally I felt that last season, Meredith was scratching an itch when she and Nathan hooked up. That steamy encounter with Nathan in her car was about Mer moving through her grieving process over losing the love of her life, Dr Derek Shepherd, AKA McDreamy.

Moving onto to Jackson and April. What do you all see for their future? I don't see them getting back together any time soon, which is ridiculous given how much they love each other.

Lastly, I want to mention Owen and Amelia. What do you think of their very fast wedding? I don't see good things happening here. But, perhaps I could be wrong. Surely we need one couple on Grey's that are happy for at least one season. I guess we'll see.
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Grey's Anatomy Season 12 Finale - Review Written By Maxine at Spoiler TV

Recently I have had little time to write for my blogs, as life has taken over, and while I used to write my own Grey’s Anatomy reviews, as well as Person of Interest reviews, I find that the writers at Spoiler TV do this so much better than I. So starting with the Season 12 Finale, I am posting some of Maxine’s reviews for the fans to enjoy. You can also read them on Spoiler TV.

Spoiler TV is probably the best TV site to get all information related to your favourite scripted shows. They also have some of the best writers working there. Anyway let’s get to the review.

Grey’s Anatomy bowed out of season twelve last night with a low key yet satisfyingly powerful season finale. There were no catastrophic multi-casualty dangerous external events. This will not be a finale we will be talking about in years to come. Instead you might say that this episode was more about understated human drama and conflict. It reflected a closeness to real life as much as any Grey’s episode might without wandering into melodrama territory. After last weeks masterclass ensemble episode my expectations were suitably lowered that the finale might not live up to that. It didn’t but nevertheless I felt pleased at the end. Or perhaps that satisfaction is more to do with the rather low key cliffhangers. There is not a lot for us to panic about over during hiatus.

“Family Affair”, written by William Harper and directed by Debbie Allen was exactly that, a very family affair. Indeed the stories were so interwoven both in directing and writing that the majority of the cast felt like family to one another. Within the major stories there were subtle hat tips to family; take Bailey gently telling Jackson how strong April is, or Owen unknowingly giving Alex some brotherly advice, or Webber trying to be the gracious groomsman. This was a gentle finale where the medical drama in the hospital was secondary to the one going on on Meredith’s couch. It offered up something for everyone, closed down a number of open plot lines and opened up some fresh ones ready for season thirteen. While those new stories look to be very appealing I worry that by not giving us too much to think about over the next four months they may not be strong enough to hold the viewers that this old timer show needs to hold.

The finale opened with Meredith and Alex flaked out on a lawn discussing the whys and wherefores of true love. Is it possible to have more than one? This brother and sister moment finally confirmed to us that Izzie is a thing of the past. It can’t be possible that Alex only gets one true love. A lot goes on for Meredith in “Family Affair”. The journey that she’s been on to come back to herself or the version of herself that she’s comfortable with post Derek has reached the point where her three worlds are in some kind of equilibrium - her work, her love life, her family. At the end of season eleven Meredith was moving in with Alex and now she has a household running, collecting strays, and hosting births. Maggie and Amelia have established themselves (several times in the case of the latter) as both her roomies and her sisters and through the ups and downs of sisterhood they have found their own bickering reality. A year ago Meredith was telling Alex “I hurt her feelings and she’s mad at me. I forgot I’m supposed to be her sister”. It would be easy to say she hasn’t moved on. Her treatment of Amelia has been woeful recently and last night Amelia called her on it in a big pre-wedding showdown. In Amelia, Meredith sees herself. And in herself perhaps she sees Cristina - for she was channeling Cristina forcefully. The speech itself was important because it established more than a sisterly bond between Meredith and Amelia. Cristina’s relationship with Meredith went beyond sisters. They were soul mates. Amelia will never be that to Meredith but Meredith has recognised that she has it within her to bring others into her world in the same kind of way. Being a twisted sister, being Amelia’s person on the day, being FAMILY, reinforced the idea that this new Grey’s era is about family and about sisters. While this episode was titled “Family Affair” so the show is now a family affair.

This started a very funny, rather lighthearted ‘Bridesmaids/Hangover’ style segment with Maggie the romantic neurotic, Meredith the rebel with a cause and Amelia the indecisive chaotic. Poor Owen knew nothing but it is a credit to him that he waited patiently for reason, love and romance to prevail.
Amelia moves back and forth in her pursuit of a decision on what to do, eventually believing that it’s possible to have more than one true love, more than one chance.

I was disappointed with the way they portrayed Mrs Shepherd. Her character, played previously by Tyne Daly, though only shown briefly in seasons past (Season Five), was a strong force for good. She believed in Meredith even when Meredith didn’t believe in herself. She believed in Mark despite his teenage hormones and it’s a shame the writers have her not believing in Amelia.

What does this mean for Season Thirteen Amelia: I can’t help feeling that this is foreshadowing or at least more significant than it appears. I wonder if Owen’s calmness through the pause in the proceedings will come around to backfire when life and work start to interfere with their marriage. Or maybe they get their happy season. Every couple gets a happy season before the proverbial crap hits the fan again. It would be good to see Mrs Shepherd visit and make peace with Amelia.

It turns out Meredith and Riggs had quite the night in her car and if Riggs has his way there would be more, a lot more than four more. Well I love Riggs (look at those eyes!) but I’m not sold on Riggs with Meredith. This is one of two major stories bedded in for season thirteen. In trying to be all things to all people Meredith has a quiet friendly word with Owen about Amelia. She can do this, she has permission from Cristina, though I think it a little unfair of her to suggest to Owen that he needed to discuss his remarrying with his ex-wife of some years now. She has been told quite clearly by Owen that “we hate Riggs”, yet jumps on him to the tune of four times with possibly more to come. Maggie, the ultimate romantic has found someone she quite likes (who by the way happens to be her subordinate) and of course tells her sister that she’d quite like to have a go four times with Riggs (okay, she didn’t say four times but we know he’s good for it). Riggs delivers the rings to Owen, and sort of makes some peace though we all know that really the situation is just plain AWKWARD. And so we came to the cliff hanger. Well not really. While the episode made me smile and the final shot particularly so I was let down by this rather tepid ending. The narrative being that Meredith and Nathan would be friends with benefits rather subdued the drama with Maggie. She quite fancies him, and Meredith is sleeping with him with no commitment. It could’ve been …Maggie’s in love with him and Nathan’s in love with Meredith who is just sleeping with him…or something similar with more edge and more drama.

It’s rather a mess. A good mess though. We haven’t had a love triangle in a while. This should be interesting.

What does this mean for Season Thirteen Meredith, Maggie, Riggs and Owen (and Amelia): oh my goodness this will be good. Of course Megan will show up, she's a doctor, a surgeon even, and already she is an absent antagonist. She'll show up right when Maggie is laying into Meredith for sleeping with Riggs. The reason we haven't seen her yet is so the writers could prepare the ground to be as churned up as possible; this finale was doing just that.

So this is the second finale in a row where April turns into a superhero. The woman is immense. Her character development over the recent seasons has been phenomenal, topped off with a superb performance from Sarah Drew. Circumstances arise where Ben is put in the unenviable situation of giving April a c-section without pain killers, anaesthetic or even a piece of wood to bite down on. This is the same Ben who four months previously was responsible for making the decision to cut open a woman in a hallway which led to her death and that of her child. The same Ben who is on suspension. Do you remember my mantra people? All Grey’s regulars are redeemable. All of them. Ben is no exception and here was his moment. Though seriously in a house full of doctors there isn’t one clean sharp scalpel. With Miranda’s blessing he cut into April and delivered the baby, saving both their lives. It redeemed him and his marriage and provided a very teary moment in my house.

As for April - Owen’s best man - she showed up with superhuman strength and voracity. Though the birth was dramatic and painfully intense it was nice to see that both mother and baby were fine at the end. Jackson’s own mini birth with his dementia patient added a poignancy to the episode it would have lacked otherwise. Though the scene at the end with him holding his baby was simply too delicious for words.

What does this mean for Season Thirteen April and Jackson: I wonder if Sarah Drew’s or Jesse Williams’ contracts are up for renewal. There was a finality with their final family scene which could easily be the end of the road for them…or just the beginning.

It turns out that Arizona very clearly has not run out of grace as she VERY graciously handed Sofia over to a surprised yet grateful Callie. Did Callie deserve such a magnanimous gesture? Probably not but the enduring character redemption of Arizona continued as she gave up Sofia once again. The moment was heartwarming and a fitting conclusion to this story line.

What does this mean for Season Thirteen Callie and Arizona: This storyline was quite clearly designed to exit Sara Ramirez gracefully (really?) from the show if indeed she decides not to sign on for the following season. It will be a great shame if she doesn’t as she has been arguably one of the strongest characters the show has. We know that the exits of Sandra Oh and Patrick Dempsey have not been the catastrophic disaster some predicted so the show can clearly recover from her exit. This exit being designed to facilitate her to return in the future if mutually acceptable. Allowing Arizona the opportunity to shine in these last couple of episodes has set her up positively and independently for the next season after perhaps too much negative fan reaction. If Ramirez decides to stay on board then the final ‘Calzona’ scene will give some hope to those desperate for their romantic reunion. It's perfectly feasible that Penny will present Callie with a pair of one way tickets back to Seattle with a stinging rebuff. Though I can’t help but feel that Callie’s reaction mid hug was “thank God I can get laid now” in contrast to Arizona’s which was more “I think I might still have feelings”. Cynicism aside my first thought on seeing Arizona’s face was this “If you love something set it free. If it comes back it’s yours. If not, it was never meant to be.”

In what has to be a wonderful example of miserable fail when it comes to covering grief (as I explained in the review for “At Last”) we have one very short reference to Stephanie losing Kyle. And even then the scene is not about her, it is, as per usual, about Jo whining. Even when she’s failed Alex she still has a whine about it. We now know the big secrets that Jo is hiding from Alex. And they are very big. She’s married…to a bully…and is not using her real name. In a rare moment of empathy from me for Jo, I can see why she’s held back from Alex and this was ably demonstrated the moment Alex walked in and saw Andrew virtually on top of a drunken and giggling Jo. It’s easy to see why he saw red but also easy for us to imagine that if he’s willing to beat the hell out of one man for believing he’s bedding his girlfriend imagine what he will do to a man who physically abused his girlfriend and scared her into living a lie.

What does this mean for Season Thirteen Alex and Jo: Again, as with Maggie and Meredith, there is little to concern us over hiatus. We know all the cards so we know there will be resolution. This will be a problem in the build up to season thirteen because without mystery and unanswered questions there will be less of a crescendo to season premiere. Working through this problem will occupy these two characters for the first half of the season. I’m not sure if there is much the writers can do for me to consider myself a fan of Jolex but this is certainly a good start because it adds much needed depth to this very one dimensional character. I’m also imagining the husband might be killed with Alex up on a murder charge….ooh er….now that’s a storyline worth waiting for.

In other news Stephanie is sad but if there is grief or anger at Amelia we will have to wait for the fall out.

“Family Affair” was a heartfelt familial style episode. With the exception of the irritating editing cuts while Amelia was walking down the aisle it was well written and presented. Funny, endearing and satisfying it allowed us to see our favourite doctors working on each other and their relationships primarily over the sterility of patient care. I missed a big finish, a dramatic exit to build my anticipation for season thirteen but I can live with that. There is much to hope for in the new season.

Written prior to cast announcements.
Happy hiatus folks. I’ve ideas for a few one off articles and if life allows will post during the summer. Otherwise have fun and enjoy the Grey’s-drama-free months ahead.

Post Update - Friday am: Updated header picture - I guess this is the most pivotal scene in the episode though perhaps we didn't know it until the credits rolled. I must say Sara looks like she's had a good old cry in this scene. Look out for Callie Torres review coming soon....
By Maxine (Brouhaha) at Spoiler TV. You can read the comments about this review at Spoiler TV.

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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Grey's Anatomy - All I Want Is You - Review by Brouhaha from Spoiler TV

Below is yet another review by Maxine AKA Brouhaha who writes the best Grey's Anatomy reviews on the Internet as far as I am concerned. I don't get time to review my favourite TV shows and I am certainly not as good at this as Maxine is when it comes to Grey's Anatomy.

Grey’s Anatomy Review: All I Want Is You - Written by Maxine AKA Brouhaha from Spoiler TV.

Sometimes they get it so right and at the same time get it so annoyingly wrong. “All I Want is You”, written by Elisabeth R Finch and directed by Kevin Sullivan returned us to a more usual ensemble format, weaving in and out of characters and relationships and teasing the beginnings of new stories. Although it had that rather pedestrian feeling of a filler episode it wasn’t. Characters moved forward albeit tentatively and without too much drama. I enjoyed it immensely however because of one important element - Alex. Alex is becoming the one to watch and if it wasn’t for the complete failure to provide him with a proper relationship he could very easily carry the show. He was epic and his character development since Cristina left, since Arizona moved to the tumble weed of fetal surgery and since Derek was hit by a semi is pure television joy.

I’ve missed the complex nuances of moving Alex forward, the quiet progression…maybe I missed the way he’s quietly gone about being a rock in the show? I see it now. Alex is the good thing to come of Cristina leaving. Of Derek dying. Maybe ultimately he’s destined for Meredith and just maybe her shrink’s assumptions were foreshadowing. I don’t believe that relationship is where his strengths lie for the show. His ‘watchability’ is the work he does as a doctor, with the patient, and it never fails. All I Want is You is a wonderful example of that.

And then, epic as that was, we crash to the earth the moment Jo walks in the room. I felt more passion and depth of emotion when Penny shouted at Jackson last week or when she jumped Callie in the big ‘make up’ make out. I felt more angst and rage when Riggs was throwing darts or beautifully synchronising with Owen. These two characters are new, yet produce more screen energy than Jo has for the entirety of her presence in the show. This has a lot to do with casting as I’ve mentioned before, but also much to do with development. Riggs came in with an immediate recent back story with April and some powerful angry chemistry with Owen. We still don’t know the whole story and yes, some of it we need to be told, but we get the emotion from it through how the characters deliver the story. Nothing about Jo’s energy tells me about her history. Penny is introduced as ‘the person who killed the much beloved Derek’ - an antagonist for Meredith. She’s an antagonist through her deeds though, we see it. Her relationship with Callie may well turn out to be just a device or a great love, but either is believable, and for the moment the most important aspect of that particular story arc is that Callie is happy.

So dear writers, show me the real Jo. Give Alex the relationship he deserves rather than a whiney one dimensional irrelevance.

All I Want is You featured the ensemble cast weaving in and out of Meredith’s therapy. Sitting on the shrink’s couch Meredith assumes she’s there as a box ticking exercise, when in fact it’s an exploration of her need to move on, forward, beyond widowhood. While I think it’s a shame that it’s an assault in the ER that’s pushed her to therapy rather than the death of her husband we realise that at some point Meredith needs to be okay being herself, being alone, being on her own and being with others. She needs to be okay just being her, whoever ‘her’ is. I'm sorry to say that I was rather bored with Meredith on the couch. With two episodes of her yet to pick up a scalpel, I hope from now we get to see her back in action, where the best of the show plays out - in the O.R or in an on-call room with a hotty doctor...I'm not fussed.

What of the rest?
Maggie and Andrew are all kinds of gorgeous and I’m looking forward to papa bear protecting his young.
After more angst ridden testosterone laden chest beating between Owen and Nathan we finally see Amelia standing tall and strong. For the first time I enjoyed one of her speeches as she exhibits even more self awareness and humility.
Bailey as chief gets even more chief-lier as the weeks go on. She was made for the role.

April and Jackson’s broken marriage continues to fester below the water mark, waiting to be explored. My money is on a permanent split - though I wouldn’t take that bet if I were you, I’m not good at predictions for this show.
Cross is turning into the new Brooks and I hope very much his character gets more material to work with.

Which leaves me with these burning questions…

Will Stephanie make a play for Ben?
Where is Arizona? Seriously, is Capshaw getting paid for this stuff?

Can the shrink stay? He was fun.

Okay, not really burning questions. A better one would be who of you will put money on Meredith and Alex sittin' in a tree k.i.s.s.i.n.g?

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If you love this review, then you can read all of Brouhaha's Grey's Anatomy Reviews

Maxine AKA Brouhaha has been writing Grey's Anatomy reviews for Spoiler TV for the last few years and is my favourite reviewer of this awesome show. She really understand the characters and what goes on in the mind of the writers. I really enjoy her insights and enjoy sharing her work with other Grey's Anatomy fans. You can also follow Brouhaha on Twitter

If you are an Australian fan, keep in mind that some of these reviews at the above link could contain spoilers. I am not sure, but I believe that the episode reviewed here is due to go to air on Monday, April 4th.

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Sandra Oh Reminisces About Grey's Anatomy

Hey Grey's addicts. We haven't heard much about the amazing Ms Sandra Oh in some time. I really miss her on the show, she brought something special to Grey's Anatomy. In any case, I thought I would share this tweet with everyone, given there are many Sandra Oh and Cristina Yang fans out there, including me. Enjoy!
It was recently predicted that Grey's Anatomy could go for fifteen seasons or more. Ms Oh might be asked to come back one day, you never know.

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Friday, March 25, 2016

Grey's Anatomy Mid Season Premiere Review By Brouhaha

Grey's Anatomy - The Sound of Silence - Review written by Brouhaha at SpoilerTV

Meredith Grey returned to our screens this week in a conflagration of jaw dropping violence and eerie uneasy silence, as Grey’s Anatomy finally resumed after its three-month winter hiatus. The writers pulled no punches. For 42 minutes we were slammed back to surgical reality, the cosy early season forgotten as life suddenly became difficult, traumatic, real. As a stand alone episode it was immense, even from behind the sofa where I had escaped to the moment Jackson suggested forcing open Meredith’s broken jaw. With the highly seasoned McKee at the writing helm and Oscar winner Denzel Washington directing the action The Sound of Silence was a worthy and effective mid season opener.

Poor Meredith. Is there a trauma that Shondaland won’t throw at her eventually? Tending to a patient she’d retrieved from the field Meredith calmly went about her work as all the other medics left the room. A silence descended as Lou, traumatised by injury, unknowingly batters her down, breaking and twisting her bones, punching her lungs open. While our imaginations are left to visualise the sheer brutality of the attack the rest of the Emergency Room went about their business calmly, until Penny, and it had to be Penny, stepped into the room. Thus began a silent yet overwhelming journey to recovery.

By now we are familiar with Meredith centric episodes. They are frequent. Most of us recognise that she is the fulcrum on which the entire show pivots. Even though we are presented with an ensemble cast, the show’s epicentre has remained stable for its entire eleven-twelve season run. And perhaps it should be going forward. However, on this particular occasion while The Sound of Silence was an excellent stand alone presentation, in context with Season 12 and Season 11 it showed our main protagonist lonely and isolated.

From a season perspective this isolation has highlighted a drift in the tectonic plates of the show. For the first time in one and a half seasons I genuinely missed Cristina. Don’t get me wrong…Ellen Pompeo did a frighteningly realistic job portraying the sheer horror of attack and a cruel recovery. Justin Chambers put in perhaps his most sensitive performance since Arizona in the car crash or even since Izzie was diagnosed with cancer. But despite these strong performances there remained a void; not enough gravitas to hold the show though just enough to hold Meredith’s story. Perhaps some of this is dramatic intention, but from a holistic ensemble perspective there is a big black hole. Meredith is now on her own yet we are reminded that in practise she is not, her work colleagues are her family. She has Alex and she has Maggie. But it goes deeper than this. 

The many seasons of failure to build up Alex’s character has left him playing catch up. Meredith maybe the fulcrum but previously she had the super powers of Cristina and Derek to share the story with, even on the centric episodes…to actually broaden and deepen the story and to make it more interesting and complex. With their departure while we see this played out on screen in the loss of those she loves, we lack really strong alternative characters to hold the episode together. The ensemble cast is built as an equilateral triangle with the central character at the top. That triangle is now more acute isosceles – much easier to topple over. These strong alternatives don’t need to be connected to Meredith, they don’t need to be related or intimate but they need to be big. And while Alex was simply wonderful this week, twelve seasons in and it still feels like he’s not quite the main feature the writers are trying to show him as. And… If Jo is his ‘post-it’ and Meredith has finally given her blessing, then we really need so much more.

While the episode provided a status update on a number of other stories we were treated to a few little gems. Amelia, at last showed some emotional self awareness, even if she is still the perpetual petulant teenager. This is not for Meredith to fix. Wouldn’t it be great if Mama Shepherd flew in to take control? Penny showed some backbone and finally let rip. Grey’s Anatomy generally redeems characters and this episode did it for Penny though it’s difficult to tell if this is something that the viewers care about. Penny has been introduced as a device, one that Meredith can spew her anger at and ultimately learn some lessons with. Is this device a worthy partner for one of Shonda’s favourite characters? Her relationship with Callie is a mystery – yet I can’t help asking where is the romance, the teasing, the push me pull me that has formed the tantalising beginning of every Grey’s relationship? I am not invested and I’ll wager neither are the writers. April and Jackson are clearly in trouble and Arizona is a lost character.

Maggie flirted in and out of a few scenes but she is no Cristina. And so we are back to Cristina. She was missing in this episode, not only because she’s Meredith’s ‘person’ and frankly should have turned up at her bedside pronto, but because as a character even in a Meredith centric episode she and more particularly Sandra Oh could hold the floor in a way that Amelia, Maggie, Alex and Justin Chambers can’t.

But all of that is the bigger picture and probably something to worry about another day, right? Stacey McKee knows how to pull out a good episode. She has a wonderful track record (Golden Hour in Season Seven remains one of my all time favourite Meredith centric episodes) and together with good direction she has a laser eye for a powerful scene…the fear in Meredith’s kids…Jackson splitting Meredith’s jaw…Alex climbing into bed. Actually all of Alex.

But I am worried. I’m worried that we will see more fall out from a beating than we did from the death of a husband. I’m worried that not enough attention has been paid to laying a strong foundation with the ensemble, that there will be too much reliance on Meredith to hold the show.

But these are worries for tomorrow. Today I loved it and am so relieved that hiatus is over and we’re back in the swing.

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Maxine AKA Brouhaha has been writing Grey's Anatomy reviews for Spoiler TV for the last few years and is my favourite reviewer of this awesome show. She really understand the characters and what goes on in the mind of the writers. I really enjoy her insights and enjoy sharing her work with other Grey's Anatomy fans. You can also follow Brouhaha on Twitter

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