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Monday, February 20th 2006

9:53 PM (4501 days, 15h, 58min ago)

But it's George...

Grey's Anatomy.
Man-o-man, I love that show. Ellen Pompeo plays Meredith. For me, she's one of those actresses that I've never really noticed before now. Now, I love her character and am noticing how many other things she's been in. Nothing more appealing than this show though. Then there's  that kinda geeky guy named  Patrick Dempsey . At least I remember thinking that way about him, when we were all much younger. He cleans up really nice, but there's no lusting there for me. That is until he looks at Meredeth. Have you seen the way he looks at her? Watch his eyes. When he's talking to anyone else - anyone, he's just Dr. Shepherd. It's when his eyes meet Meredith's that he becomes Dr. McDreamy.  It's because of that  fact that my hooks dug into this show. It's amazing to have chemistry like that on a television show. It's also because of that fact that i (and millions of other viewers) cannot shake the hope of the two characters eventually being together. No. I know it hasn't happened yet. YET. But I know it will happen even due to the minor set back occuring in the last episode.

George. Sweet, sweet George finally comes  clean with telling Meredith how he feels about her and what happens? Oh sure, he may think it's a dream come true at first, but he's in for one hell of a surprise next Sunday when he freaks out on the stairs (as shown in the promo after this weeks episode).

Meredith, Meredith, Meredith.
Must you succumb to the meanial depths of single womanhood with issues to do the nasty with your infactuated sweetheart of a roommate without seeing any danger of the aftermath?  I know the answer to this.
It's yes.
Because it was the perfect way to set up the Dr. McDreamy line said unto you, dear girl.
"You'll always have me."
And there it is.
1 speaketh.

Posted by Sarah:

This is absolutely a wonderful TV series. Watching this series will actually give us an idea about what these surgeons have to go through on an everyday basis on their life. The cases they handle every day, the complications they got to face. It is such a huge responsibility to be a surgeon. sleep apnea
Monday, January 22nd 2018 @ 9:47 PM (147 days, 16h, 4min ago)

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