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Check out a bit of TV Guide’s recap of tonight’s Grey’s episode, “Man on the Moon”!
TWISTED SISTER | From the get-go, the Kepner girls are so annoying (fawning over Jackson and saying things like “O-M-gosh!”) that suddenly April seems downright tolerable by comparison. When at last she’s had enough of being called Duckie – because she used to be an ugly duckling, not because she loved Jon Cryer in Pretty in Pink – she declares, “I’m a swan!” fires them as her bridesmaids and replaces them with Meredith, Cristina and Arizona.
ODDS AND ENDS | After spending most of the episode spatting with Arizona, Callie ends an argument by kissing her, and they realize that they’d probably bicker less if they simply talked less. (There’s a self-help book in there somewhere.) And finally Miranda takes the OCD medication that Illeana Douglas keeps recommending when Richard – newly discharged but still hanging out at Grey+Sloan – likens her condition to his alcoholism: incurable and yet treatable.
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Here’s TV Guide’s recap of tonight’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy, “Man on the Moon”!
Oh, how the mighty have fallen!
Cristina has gone from being our favorite doctor on Grey’s Anatomy to losing our respect by sleeping with Intern Shane. Ugh! After he stood up for her to Meredith last week, Cristina decided to visit an on-call room with Shane, complimenting how great he is at sex. In turn, Shane’s boosted confidence caused him to turn into a cocky jerk around the hospital, making executive decisions that put pressure on Cristina during their upcoming surgery that everyone wants to watch.
Shane and Cristina’s surgery actually stole the thunder from Meredith and Stephanie’s procedure, in which they stick a vein made in the printer into a sheep. Their unflashy surgery initially goes very well, while Cristina’s hits many speed bumps. Shane doesn’t handle defeat well, talking back to Meredith in the elevator. When Meredith confronts Cristina about Shane’s personality change, it leads to yet another fight between them. Ultimately, the baby ends up accepting the procedure from Cristina, while the sheep later dies.
Elsewhere in the hospital, Alex’s father returned in an attempt to get clean. The Chief was released from the hospital, but tried to get back into the OR much sooner than he should. Bailey is being shadowed by another doctor who watches for her OCD tendencies. Callie and Arizona discover they should talk less and have sex more. And April has difficulty dealing with her sisters when they come to visit, leading her to ditch them and trade them in for for Cristina, Arizona and Meredith as her bridesmaids.
Honestly, I thought this one one of the better episodes this season. You?
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The Hollywood Reporter‘s Youngest Hispanic Hollywood Class of 2013 has someone interesting on it’s list! Check it out!
Best known for playing Dr. Callie Torres on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, the Mexican- and Irish-American actress saw 9 million viewers tune in to last season’s finale. “I’m aware of the diverse fan base Grey’sattracts, including Latinos,” says Ramirez, crediting the writers for the realistic depiction of her character’s ethnicity.
Ramirez (who amassed 108,000 followers in her first month on Twitter) also voices Queen Miranda on Disney Junior’s hit animated series Sofia the First.
What hasn’t changed for Latinos: “I find it so disappointing when a Latino character isn’t more interesting than a vocal characteristic.”
(Source|The Hollywood Reporter)