Tuesday, 24 April 2007

Grey’s Anatomy – a series to watch

I couldn’t sleep last Saturday night and I found myself watching the season ender episode of Grey’s Anatomy. I think I already saw one or two episodes but it didn’t made an impact on me as Prisonbreak until today. It’s only now that I really paid attention and learned about the characters. Knowing me, I’d easily fall for Izzie and Derek but later while watching the Season 1 DVD from episodes 1-10 (Good thing, my sister Wendy has a copy), I’ve learned to love the character of Meredith Grey – the smart and hot (like me hahaha ) intern where the story revolves. The other characters are equally good and almost funny. George is the secret admirer of Meredith, who is also her roommate and sometimes, you could think of as gay. Izzie the tall and sexy model-turned-doctor who is too attached to her patients, Cristina Yang, the Korean intern who would do anything to scrub or do the stuff in the OR and Alex, the hunk but shallow intern who is always teasing Izzie. Of course, the resident and attending doctors characters – Dr. Bailey, Dr. Shepherd (Derek – Meredith’s lover) and Dr. Burke makes every episode as exciting as Derek and Meredith’s relationship.

I can’t wait to finish the whole DVD and start with the second season where I first left off. I remember the nights I’m watching ER with the same setting. It’s a different feeling watching a hospital scene where in reality, I’d faint at the sight of blood and hate the smell of hospitals. I remember the only time I stopped watching ER was when George Clooney retired from the show. In the these episodes, he fell in love with nurse Gloria who later became a doctor too. Hmmm, hospital romance is exciting indeed it got me hooked.

4 comments:

Faye said...

"George" is gay in real life.

Mec said...

ako naman i love bailey, addison, burke and yang... in that order... :D

the rest just frustrate me so...

Irmee said...

Talaga? Faye, hahaha I thought so because actions speaks louder than words. The episode where he got infected with Syphilis is very funny. I really like him there...

Irmee said...

Hi MEC, I agree with you, those you mentioned are the straight guys. TV series are supposed to inspire their audience, I hope most of us will see it that way.. :)