Grey’s Anatomy

Allyson(to Merideth): Hi! I’m Allyson Shepherd. And you must be the woman who has been screwing my husband!

The very last secret has been revealed. That’s episode 9, season 1 of Grey’s Anatomy. I just finished watching 9 bloody episodes and it was great, great, great. The series is hilarious, the theme is sexy and sassy and everything cheeky. All the leading characters are awesome. George, the shy-type-kindhearted-funny intern who has been smitten by Merideth since the start of the story; Christina, the Korean-hot-tempered-intelligent-brutally frank intern who got her attending surgeon between her thighs; Miss Stevens(I forgot her first name), the model-surgeon who has an amazing pair of asses and a very compassionate heart; Alex, the chick-boy-the original syphilis carrier who is so hateful, boastful, overconfident and all craps; Dr. Burke, the handsome colored surgeon who has been secretly hitting the sack with his intern; Dr. Shepherd (everybody’s saying he’s bloody handsome but he’s not my type…hahahaha!), an attending surgeon who had a one-night stand with his intern and became her lover; and Merideth, the anatomy of drawing-lines-and-crossing-those-lines who turned out to be screwing a married man. Hahahaha! Well, her character is lovable. I cannot help but love her bedroom voice and she doesn’t look her age. Way to go…

EOD

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5 Comments

  1. I agree with you on how the idea of the show is very interesting and everything, but I must say I don’t like the show, but maybe it’s because my father is an oncologist and I already grew up hating hospitals, so it’s automatic I hate hospital-centered shows (Especially, and oh do I mean ESPECIALLY ER). What other series do you like? My favorite one is “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” but have you ever heard of it? I know it sounds VERY geeky, but as soon as you start watching it, you never stop because it’s so good and it has a little bit of each genre! Oh! and “Desperate Housewives” and “Sex and the City” are good too… hahahaha! if you ever need series recommendation or anything count one me!

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