Patrick Dempsey, owner of Tully’s Coffee, made a joke in an interview with Bon Appetit, that his shops would be getting into the marijuana game. It looks like that joke was taken a little too seriously as Paddy felt the need to clarify his statements.
“My comments about selling pot at Tully’s were obviously in jest. We are not selling pot but we do have a great triple shot latte.”
Maybe the world doesn’t know our Paddy the way we do and aren’t aware that he’s a complete jokester! Did people seriously think he was going to turn Seattle into Amsterdam, one coffee shop at a time?
Yours In Grey’s, Pam Fier
Hey Grey’s Fam,
Even though the Grey’s season finale had quite a bit of heartbreaking and ‘WTF?’ moments, one of the bright spots was Alex finally confessing his love for Jo and kissing her! Camilla Luddington did a brief interview with Elle to chat about Jolex and that moment we’ve all been waiting for.
How did you prep for that climactic moment?It was the last scene of the night. It was probably one in the morning. Everyone had gone home so there was an intimacy to the set. I separated myself from everyone and listened to really romantic music—Mumford & Sons and U2—and just cheesed it up. By the time he approached me, my heart was beating out of my chest. Let me just say this: Justin Chambers is a wonderful kisser. I totally melted.
Hey Grey’s Army,
Shonda Rhimes has spoken! She chatted with the folks over at Entertainment Weekly about the fates of Webber, Calzona, and Crowen.
What she had to say about Richard:
So have we said goodbye to yet another member of our beloved team of doctors? “That’s such an interesting question! I love that people are asking that question,” Rhimes told EW last night at an event at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences that honored the second season finale of her latest hit drama Scandal. “I’m not going to answer it because I like that it’s a question. I will tell you that you will see Jim Pickens again, but I’m not going to answer the question.”
On the upheaval of Calzona:
Rhimes says, “I feel like a lot of LGBT characters on television — and I hopefully don’t fall into this category — are sort of sanitized for our protection. They are happily in love and they hardly ever do anything wrong and they never cheat and they’re never too sexual and they don’t have any other storylines except about them being gay. I felt like I wanted to give them a complex storyline that wasn’t about that.”
Discussing the end of Crowen:
“I think Owen and Christina have been on a very very long journey that’s been really complicated for both of them,” Rhimes says. “I feel like there’s a sense that this is the end of the journey that they’ve been on for two seasons that was sort of messed up by the fact that she was in the plane crash….they were finally forced to have the conversation that neither of them wanted to have and it was a very honest conversation. She walked away and he did not follow, so how they’re going to cope with that is going to be something.”
Please be sure to read the full interview by clicking the link above.
As per usual with Shonda, I have more questions than answers…
What do you make of what she said about Webber’s fate? How about her thoughts on the effects the plane crash had on Arizona? Do you feel like Crowen is really done or is Shonda going to leave that door open?
What say you???
Yours in Grey’s, Pam Fier
How’s that Grey’s hangover, Gabblers?
Last night was quite the rollercoaster for all of the ‘ships but there was one ride that seemed to finally come to a gentle halt. At the end of the finale, Cristina walks away from Owen feeling that he needs more than just her (ie., kids) in order to be fully happy. Kevin McKidd spoke about Crowen’s future and he seems to still have hope that his character will reunite with Cristina, one way or another.
Do you think this is really the end of Cristina and Owen?
McKidd: I don’t know, but I doubt it. I doubt it because whether they ever are together again, there’s so much connection and history between them that they’re always going to have some kind of relationship. It’s almost like people who are parents, if they break up, they’ll always be connected by that thing. Owen and Cristina have been through so much that those things will never go away. I know Owen is going to feel a lot of yearning and be heartbroken for quite some time. The sad fact is that Owen and Cristina are in a good place. I don’t think it’s the end for them, it’s just another turn in their very complicated relationship. In a strange way, this is Cristina showing how much she cares for this guy.
Click the link above to read what else he had to say about Owen’s past and possible future with Cristina.
What do you all think? Is there any possible way for Cristina and Owen to reconcile the different things they desire in life? Is this the final stop for these two or is there hope that Crowen will ride again?
Yours in Grey’s, Pam Fier
Check out this post finale Q&A with JCap!
THR: Are you looking forward to the challenges ahead for Callie and Arizona as a couple?
Capshaw: I’m very much looking forward to it. I came on to the show four years ago and it had been my favorite show and I remember part of what I loved about it, which is why I can relate to people taking this story personally. I loved watching the bed hopping, the fun, the irreverence, reverence, how it made you cry and angry. When I came onto the show, the evolution of the character was to get into a relationship and stay in that relationship. A lot of stuff happens around them, but Callie and Arizona’s love was always in tact. I never saw this one coming, so once the story presented itself, I thought it was wonderful opportunity as an actor to play with what the other sides of a person are. Infidelity is horrible, there’s nothing worse than that; it’s devastating. I hope it doesn’t turn into a year of self-flagellation for Arizona. I think you can do something bad and it doesn’t make you a bad person. We are not defined by any one choice. We are the sum of our experiences and we can make bad choice and turn around and do better. I do think that with any kind of infidelity, on some level — unless you’re dealing with a sociopath — there’s always a reason. There will be an exploration of what that reason was and that will give the Grey’s writers fertile ground to play with next season.
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