2016 tv dictionary

Is Grey's Doc Unsympathetic? When Has Flash Seen Superman? Iron Fist Literally Stinks? And More Qs!

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Bates Motel, The Flash, Empire and Grey’s Anatomy!

1 | Could Iron Fist‘s Danny have been any more inept, any slower, in convincing Joy and Ward of his identity? Also, after several days wearing the same dingy clothes — and that was on the heels of his long journey back to America — how riiiiipe was Danny smelling by the time Joy found him on her pristine office couch?

2 | Of all the places Grimm was going to go in its final season, did you ever think the NBC drama would land on “Diana is Satan’s child bride”?

Last Man on Earth3 | Why, exactly, did Sleepy Hollow‘s Malcolm think Diana would make an excellent Horseman of War?

4 | It’s totally going to turn out that Last Man on Earth‘s Pamela (played by Kristen Wiig) is behind the Yoda stunt, right?

5 | Which tugged harder at your heartstrings, Walking Dead fans: the Daryl/Carol reunion, or that big, more recent Daryl/Maggie scene?

6 | How did Homeland‘s Quinn get away with stealing a small army’s worth of guns and ammunition from a gun store, simply by setting fire to a truck as a diversion? Wouldn’t there be a massive manhunt for him after that?

7 | Are you exhausted from watching Big Little Lies‘ Jane run all the time?

8 | Could Girls‘ Adam and Jessa really write, film and edit an entire movie (even a 47-minute one) over the course of just three episodes? And as annoying as Marnie and her mom can be, wouldn’t it have been nice to have a few more moments of Rita Wilson and Allison Williams singing together at the club?

9 | After this week’s Crashing, isn’t it time for the show to be done with Pete’s ex and instead focus on his nascent comedy career?

10 | We know things move fast in Hollywood, but didn’t it feel a bit early for The Arrangement‘s Kyle and Megan to be saying, “I love you”?

Vanderpump Rules11 | Vanderpump Rules viewers, did we really spot Mr. Robot star Stephanie Corneliussen in the wedding party of Tom and Katie? Or are we just suffering from Elliot-style hallucinations?

12 | Doesn’t Norman’s shrink on Bates Motel have a responsibility to do more than just offer his clearly unhinged former patient a sympathetic shoulder to cry on?

13 | Did being reminded of how magical The Flash‘s Grant Gustin and Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist are together during the musical crossover make you wish they were always on the same show? While Barry’s impression of Kara’s “more famous cousin” was cute, when did he actually meet her Earth’s Clark/Superman…? And can anyone make heads or tails out of why the well-meaning Music Meister drained the heroes’ powers for Supergirl Kevin Smith Promohimself, attacked a bank and challenged Wally?

14 | Is Supergirl‘s “From the Mind of…” promo a bit much? 

15 | Did Switched at Birth‘s touching 100th episode affect you way more than you expected?

16 | Who else thought The Americans‘ Philip was going to kill the lookout after the incident at the bug lab?

17 | Regarding Arrow‘s random-ish inclusion of Malcolm Merlyn in this week’s Russia flashbacks: Do you think Kovar will end up helping him develop the machine that destroys the Glades in Season 1?Wheel of Fortune

18 | Did that guy really guess, “A Streetcar NaKed Desire”?!?!

19 | Any other Empire fans feeling a Thirsty-Becky spinoff wherein Cookie and Lucious’ unsung underlings drive around New York kidnapping elderly women while conspiring to take over the world (or at least the music business)?

20 | When Criminal Minds‘ Luke threatened to “take away” Calvin Shaw’s son, were you hoping to hear the incarcerated G-man bellow, “Wallllllllllltttt!”?

21 | Grey’s Anatomy fans, did you assume that Amelia’s speeches about Diane’s body/Diane’s choice were really about her secretly being pregnant? And as downright nasty as she’s been to Owen, does anyone still sympathize with her? Lastly, was it supposed to be a shock that DeLuca loves Jo?

22 | Bones vs. Colony: Who did the multi-perspective episode better?

23 | Seriously, what is this??

24 | What’s up with that Google Alexa user who has neither butter nor olive oil in the house?? Dude!

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  1. Barry/Superman:

    I was wondering this too. That took me completely by surprise. My guess is that Kara told him offscreen about Superman (Because why would she not tell Barry about her cousin as her last living relative?) and possibly showed him videos of Superman before Barry returned to his own earth.

    As for why Music Meister took Barrys and Karas powers – my guess is that he wanted to challenge and push Wally to return to his heroic destiny.

    However here is another question – how did Music Meister know about all of them and their secrets and how was he able to escape out of a power dampening cell ? That character is not a god or 5th dimension imp.

    • GraceM says:

      I think Kara mentioned her cousin at the end of DC Legends of Tomorrow four way crossover. Not 100% sure though.

    • Wordsmith says:

      My guess as to the Superman-centric lyrics is that Rebecca Bloom simply isn’t an avid watcher of the two shows, and didn’t do a deep dive on the mythology before she wrote the song.

    • Wordsmith says:

      As for Music Meister’s fanboy-level knowledge, are we SURE that he isn’t a 5th dimensional imp? Because that’s TOTALLY the vibe he was giving off.

  2. padraicjacob says:

    More than anything else, can we talk about how at least three shows mentioned here have a female character named Diane/Diana? Seems like showrunners have run out of names…

    • Wordsmith says:

      These things come in waves. I remember thinking the same thing back when Chuck, Gossip Girl and Pushing Daisies all had leads with the same name.

  3. Mary says:

    13. Yeah, I’d love for some more Kara and Barry team ups. They’re fun together.
    —–
    I was thinking considering how big a fan boy Winn is of superheroes, that he probably showed Barry stories and videos of Superman when Barry made his first trip to National City.
    ———
    Only reason I can think of for Music Meister to use Kara and Barry’s powers (aside from his using Kara’s to get to Barry) was for something to do while they were in the musical. It’s odd though that he acted surprised twice that Wally was even around to try to challenge him.

  4. Wordsmith says:

    13) Music Meister stole Barry and Kara’s powers and threw down with Wally for the same reason he whammied Kara and Barry – to help him get his mojo back.

  5. GraceM says:

    I don’t understand question #23?

  6. Pedro says:

    Only the Rolling Stones could have any sympathy for Amelia right now.

  7. D says:

    With Grimm what I really want to know is why no one at the precinct seems to think it’s weird that one week Adalind is the fiancé of their captain and now she is living with Nick and that she has a child with both of them. I know the show isn’t about that, but still their police officers wouldn’t they find this at least somewhat suspicious and 100% awesome gossip?

    • Wordsmith says:

      It’s Portland. They don’t judge.

      • D says:

        Very true. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel like it would’ve been really funny to have a bottle episode or probably a little mini webisode that was from the other officers point of view just being “man these people are super secretive and seem oddly close”. Don’t ask me why, but I’m picturing it being like the office with Nick and co being their usual suspicious selves and then cut to a officer pulling a Jim staring at the camera

      • PatriciaLee says:

        Also, living in the real life Portland here, I know budget cuts to government agencies has everybody doing twice as much work…so who has time to notice?

      • cuius says:

        Given the goings on in “You Me Her”, who are we to judge Portland (Yes, we know it’s filmed in Vancouver)?

  8. sarah31733 says:

    21 – Can Gray’s not find another story line for Owen other than marrying a woman who doesn’t want kids? I mean, seriously, the DNA of the character is that he doesn’t want kids and the reason that he and Christina didn’t work. Why are we re-treading this story? All it makes me do is hate Amelia for acting like this suddenly blindsided her. Plus doesn’t she deserve a better story than a “baby loss” which makes her suddenly insist she doesn’t want kids???

    Honestly, both these characters deserve better. Why does Shonda insist on repeating this story??? Argh!!!

    • sarah31733 says:

      To be clear I meant “The DNA of the character is that he DOES WANT KIDS” sorry for the typo

      • PatriciaLee says:

        Yeah, that threw me there for a minute. I agree with you. They need an edit button for at least first 10 minutes.

    • jericho says:

      The show is old. It’s reaching for storylines. A good number of characters have become unsympathetic with Amelia being #1. There is something about needing character drama, but the show has started too many fires and doesn’t give any of them enough attention they deserve. They need to “fix” this quickly.

      • Benington says:

        I can understand her tremendous sense of loss she feels plus the horrendous way it all transpired, To know for a time while she was pregnant about the tragic situation and of course the so, so, sad end. I just do not “understand” why she does not tell Owen and then adopt. It’s not like Christina who just did not want children, Amelia wants kids but is terrified of what could happen again and also blames herself because of her drug use prior to knowing she was pregnant. She hold such tremendous shame due to this, which is why she has never told anyone except for Alex when she was falling apart. It is not the same story line but that is what people around her think because they do not know the real story.

        • Honest says:

          Owen knows her child lived only for a few minutes, she told him in season 11. She wouldn’t be able to adopt given her history with drug, which is well documented. I believe she will eventually get pregnant, hopefully after some much needed therapy.

  9. Wordsmith says:

    “A Streetcar, Naked Desire” sounds like a good name for an uncommonly high-brow porn parody.

  10. M says:

    1. I think Danny took for granted the fact that it wouldn’t take much convincing to get them to believe him. He probably thought they’d be excited to see him again and would just believe it. And also I’m pretty sure Colleen ended up telling Danny he really needed to take a shower, so he definitely smelled terrible.

  11. Wordsmith says:

    3) Diana makes about as much sense as a Horseman of War as Crane – she’s a former soldier (or marine? I forget) with clear anger and impulse control issues.

  12. 13. I assumed that it must have been his way of getting Wally to believe in himself again. He was pretty out of it when he came out of the speed force. Once he was able to capture Music Meister he seemed more himself

  13. Larc says:

    21- Absolutely nothing sympathetic about Amelia, but I think the same goes for Owen. I’d be happy if they both took a hike. Permanently!

  14. tallsy says:

    1. Is Iron Fist supposed to be funny? I have no idea what the show’s going for.
    11. Her character on Mr. Robot was a die hard Vanderpump Rules fan, so…
    18. One of the best Wheel of Fortune screw ups in a long time.

  15. Luis Roman says:

    24. “Parkayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy”

  16. ketchikan9 says:

    Amelia is being obnoxious. Her behavior is totally uncalled for. How are they going to say she was pregnant. Didn’t she have a false positive and then she left him before they could try again? This story line is awful.

    • Stacey says:

      It’s only been weeks in show time since the pregnancy test but she and Owen were very active in the weeks before their split, so a pregnancy test might not have captured it at that time, but it might true if done again now a few weeks later…

    • Julie says:

      Amelia had a baby in the spin off private practice who was born with no brain and live for 45 mins as she told alex in previous ep. It was also a big story on private practice!!!
      Amelia obviously didnt realise how having another baby would make her feel until she felt the relief of finding out she wasnt pregs!!

      • Larc says:

        Amelia having a kid with no brain shouldn’t have been a great surprise. But past is past. Letting that rule her life after all this time benefits nobody.

        • A Fan of TV says:

          Personally, I think delivering a baby with no brain is a major cause of something as severe and unpredictably manifested as PTSD. ‘Past is past’ doesn’t work when PTSD is involved. She’s been triggered now she’s pregnant again, and people with PTSD tend to take their pain out on those closest to them. In Amelia’s case, she would probably be pushing Owen away because she doesn’t want this pregnancy to end like the last one did, also conflicted by feelings that if she didn’t love hm she wouldn’t be staring down this possible nightmare again, and because she believes it would destroy him. She will come around, I think, but for now, personally, I allow her all this.

        • LaDonna says:

          Hold on. The loss of a child for any reason is enough to make anyone go a little nuts. And it’s not something you just “get over” by saying “the past is in the past”. I don’t like Amelia’s character anymore, but the continued pain is absolutely understandable. It’s not that she’s still suffering that’s bothering me, it’s how she’s handling it…or not handling it, as the case may be.

      • Stacy says:

        It would be sucky but understandable if she reevalutated her feelings on pregnancy and kids, but having her just ditch Owen and claim that he’s making demands is pretty sketchy. He didn’t say she had to decide on kids or try to get pregnant right now; he just said she had to tell him if she was ever coming home.

    • NP20 says:

      I’m thinking the biggest Amelia haters didn’t watch Private Practice so they don’t get the whole picture of the storyline. While I think they are dragging it out too much, she’s been one of my faves since that show. So glad she finally told him – I don’t get how it took so long

      • LaDonna says:

        Naw, I watched Private Practice…GA and PP were appointment TV for me. So I get where she’s coming from. But she’s gone back and forth between pushing Owen away, and letting him back in so freaking many times, the poor guy must have whiplash by now. Their story is just getting really REALLY old and tired.

      • Hannah says:

        Nope. Loved Private Practice more than Grey’s (I still miss Addie and Charlotte something fierce!), and I’m a huge Amelia hater. Always have been. I felt really awful for her when her baby died, but she has always been a hot hot hot mess, and I honestly can’t stand her. She’s just too selfish and too destructive for my tastes.

  17. Kellie says:

    The more I see Barry and Kara in scenes together, the more I wish they lived on the same Earth so they could be together! I see so much more chemistry between them then Barry and Iris.

  18. Tom says:

    18 | Did that guy really guess, “A Streetcar NaKed Desire”?!?!
    ~
    Right? Streetcar is only one of the most important American Plays of all time.
    ~
    23 | Seriously, what is this??
    ~
    What happens when the ad agency uses too much mind altering substances?
    ~
    24 | What’s up with that Google Alexa user who has neither butter nor olive oil in the house?? Dude!
    ~
    You kinda answered your own question.

  19. MEWA says:

    The Amelia/Owen story is Christina/Owen 2.0. I was never crazy about Amelia (from the Derek days) but she was only a bit character. She was always self-centered and dramatic which is why I never cared for her character. When Shonda brought her on as a regular I had hoped she would have been written with more creativity, but alas, no. When Scandal and then HTGAWM hit the air, Grey’s writing took a back seat and it’s never been the same. This is the best they can muster for Amelia/Owen and most of their other storylines? ABC is loyal to this show and I am grateful because I am a loyal Grey’s fan, but if it wasn’t Shonda and ABC’s efforts to keep TGIF a thing, Grey’s would have been gone a long time ago.

  20. KRM says:

    I used to love when Joe West would refer to Barry as his “son” because he did raise him when Barry’s dad was in prison, but now I cringe every time he says it since his “son” is now marrying his daughter. Does this creep out any one else?

  21. Alichat says:

    2) I still can’t get over Nick and Adalind ending up together. Blehyuck
    3) Well, her daughter is a witness. Maybe he thought there’d be some extra strength in the Horseman of War being the mother of a witness?? Or perhaps this is how it was supposed to play out and Diana sacrifices herself to take Ichabod’s place which is how Ichabod ends up chained up and roughed up in the future.
    6) SECURITY CAMERAS! Those stores usually have loads of security cameras. And I can’t see everyone running out to help this guy and his truck.
    13) While I enjoyed the two original songs in the show, the rest of it was lacking. Mostly because the story made no sense. As you said….why steal their powers and rob a bank?
    14) It made me chuckle a bit.
    16) I didn’t think he’d do that, but I thought the lookout was worried that might happen.
    17) No idea because that episode booooooored me to tears.
    21) No. No. and No. I’d be ok if Amelia just left. Having her pregnant again would be ridiculous. Plus, doesn’t she have to be around Owen and, you know, have sex with him to get pregnant? She hasn’t been home in months. They have ruined DeLuca’s character. They should have kept him with Maggie. Then when Alex went all crazy on him, you’d have the conflict of Mere having to go between supporting Alex and supporting Maggie at the same time.

  22. Sara says:

    Barry did not meet Superman. He was just being a supportive “super” friend. He had heard of her cousin and know that he was more famous. How he knew that, I have no idea.

    The MM attacked the bank because he wanted Wally to come after him so he could get a little confidence back.

  23. Ana says:

    #16 – Totally though that Philip was going to kill the lookout. Matthew Rhys is just phenomenal. Everything on this show is just perfection.

  24. Rachel says:

    24 – Goes to show I never really paid much attention to the commercial. I always thought he kept asking bc wanted smthg with less calories, wow lol!
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    And I can’t wait for u to review the Dr Pepper wave rider commercials cuz those are awesomely awful, ha ha!

  25. Kevin Tran says:

    #6 – Peter Quinn is going all Jack Bauer mode in him. #18 – someone should say M during that Wheel of Fortune puzzle board even though game show contestants don’t have the brains and not being very smart.

  26. PatriciaLee says:

    19. I haven’t watched Empire, but this sounds good, a fun premise, actually cute. 20. At least a bellow or a banging fist.

  27. Jacki Whitford says:

    IRON FIST is really disappointing because the other Netflix Marvel series are so fantastic. That and the lead actor has no charisma, no chemistry, no fire at all. Awesome actors can out act a bad script, but this guy is just a cardboard actor in a tepid series. I am trying to binge watch the first season but I barely made it through the fourth episode.

    And yes, I wondered in the few episodes when the heck was he going to bathe and wash his clothes. He had to be one ripe stink bomb. No wonder no one wanted him around.

  28. marion selby says:

    Never liked Amelia. She was only useful as a foil. Owen’s interest in her never made sense except as rebound… And his character to this point seemed smarter than that. If I were Grey I’d have booted her long ago. She was a jerk to mcDreamy.

  29. Kaya says:

    #21 – Yo – I love Amelia. Really. I watched Private Practice, and I understand everything Amelia’s been through. But this is crap. You can’t get married and then decide you’re going to keep a big ass secret from your husband, move out without telling him (and telling him WHY), take a leave of absence from work for no reason, come back to work, STILL not tell him why, and then blame him for wanting to have children! GO TO THERAPY. I can’t say this strongly enough. No one has ever needed it more. Also – Owen doesn’t deserve this. Poor guy just wants a family. Maggie is a nice girl (slightly immature, but sweet). Date her. She likes kids.

    • Stacy says:

      THIS. Minus the Maggie thing. I don’t think Maggie is equipped to deal with Owen & his baggage. Seriously – can you imagine if you saw a department head crying and yelling at her husband in the middle of the hospital? Not just arguing, but finger pointing & weeping… I would not feel comfortable letting someone that incapable of handling their emotions poke around my brain.

    • LaDonna says:

      SLOW CLAP! BRAVO!

    • A fan of TV says:

      Ok, totally on side with this. It’s so true. But I will add that at least they’re writing Amelia fairly true to who Amelia is – which is, plain and simple, a mess. She doesn’t choose therapy, she chooses drugs. And if she doesn’t choose drugs, she’s a runner. It’s as if as hard as Derek was on her, always, even when it seemed like he was just being an overbearing snob, were directly related to what an infuriating person Amelia can be. Now, we the viewers get to experience it, too.

  30. Netty says:

    10. That I love you exchange shocked me as well….they barely know each other

  31. leo21 says:

    21. I don’t think she’s pregnant and I lost sympathy with Amelia a long time ago because she shut Owen out. I don’t think she knows what she really wants and is acting out of fear. But she sure hasn’t given Owen a chance to help her or come to a conclusion as a couple. And she was wrong to scream at him because it’s not like he’s treated her like a broodmare.

    • Vi says:

      Tired of Amelia, all she does is scream… she can go. Getting tired of Maggie, what’s up with her treatment of her mother? She’s screaming too much, and why does she think it’s OK to tell her mom what she can do? Settle these characters down please.

      • LaDonna says:

        Maggie’s treatment of her mom, I kind of understand. Doesn’t make it right, but I get it. She’s still very upset at her mom for causing the divorce of her parents. Since her mom doesn’t live in the same city, they haven’t had a chance to really hash it out. Up until now, she’s been able to avoid dealing with it. She used to talk all the time about the stability of her parents’ relationship and how she felt so lucky to have been part of such a strong nuclear family. Her world (even though she’s an adult) blew up. Maggie has been sitting on her feelings, and so now she feels like – OK, so my mom didn’t care enough about my dad to try harder to make it work, but now she’s going to go get a boob job to make her self more attractive to other men? It really wouldn’t make much sense to me either…but she didn’t know the truth.

  32. Jared says:

    Although The Flash musical left a lot to be desired for me, Barry and Kara are such a good team and would like to see them together more often when possible. On another note how good was Cisco in this episode?!? He totally blew my mind.

  33. KLS says:

    22) Colony did a way better job than Bones. Bones was very confusing and if you didn’t notice the character’s name on the bottom right of the screen, especially after the credits, you had no idea that they were “re-setting” to another perspective. The Walking Dead-like gimic of using black&white at the re-set was confusing as well. Colony used a black screen with character names for their re-sets and it flowed a lot better. I guess my major peeve is that on Bones, they showed you character’s (Booth’s for example) reactions to scenes that haven’t been shown yet. Colony, all characters moved forward, and though they were intertwined, you couldn’t tell along the way.
    .
    Thanks for including this question on this week’s list!

    • fiberlicious says:

      I would watch Josh Holloway read a phone book, and the show is extremely well done, but the unrelenting misery is starting to get to me. There’s never any relief from it.

  34. Jason says:

    5) Both scenes were very moving, but the Maggie/Daryl scene hit me the hardest. You could just feel the guilt that he’s been carrying around, this whole season. When he says “I’m sorry”, it would take a harder person than I, not to well up. And when Maggie tells him that he’s “one of the good things in the world”, I thought it was one of the most beautiful moments in the show’s history.
    13) Yes, having Grant and Melissa on the same episode always makes me wish they could be sharing the screen permanently. I hate to say it, but it also reminds me that Barry has way more chemistry with Kara, than he does Iris. As to when Barry could have met Superman, well..he wouldn’t have to. When Barry visited Kara’s earth, he was there long enough to hear the stories and catch the news. He did spend time at Catco. A figure as important as Superman would be a regular part of the news cycle. He’s probably on the news just about every day, saving kittens from trees or fighting a giant robot or something. He’s hard to miss, unless you live in a hole. On the issue of Music Meister, I think his efforts in the real world were intended to have, in a general sense, the same effect as those directed at Barry and Kara. He was trying to snap Wally out of his funk and help him get his confidence back.
    14) If it was someone other than Kevin Smith, I would find it to much. He’s not exactly a guy who takes himself that seriously, so I look at it with tongue firmly in cheek.

  35. 13 | Did being reminded of how magical The Flash‘s Grant Gustin and Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist are together during the musical crossover make you wish they were always on the same show?
    —-
    No, and I could do without their crossovers altogether. They’re cute and all but Kara is super corny by herself and when she gets with Barry, their combined goofiness is almost overwhelming. I also don’t see the romantic sparks some people see. They’re too cheesy and childish together to be ‘hot’. I still love their shows, separately, and Barry remains one my favorite TV character ever,

  36. kirads09 says:

    #19 I have long wanted a Becky/Porsha spin off or solo ep at least.
    # 22 COLONY

  37. Melaniem says:

    19) I would totally watch a Becky/Thirsty spinoff

  38. Kathy says:

    I have been so over Amelia for quite awhile. Time for her to go!

  39. Kristie Luechtefeld says:

    Awesome spoilers.

  40. Marie says:

    7. No because I fast forward to the dialogue.

  41. Mark says:

    13. Stop using logic to ruin the fun of the musical episode. Both great points, but Barry’s impression of Clark made me laugh out loud, and i enjoyed the episode so much I kind of forgot about MM’s draining their powers. Since he seemed to be out helping Barry and Kara find love again, maybe he was doing that to give Wally back his confidence again. But seriously, stop using logic on such a fun episode.

    14. Yes.

  42. lrdslvrhnd says:

    I figured Barry was just doing a standard impression of anybody who somebody is jealous of. That’s actually probably really his Oliver impression he does in the 3 seconds he’s drunk at the office Christmas party.
    .
    I did rather love that song, though. Or at least the conversational asides DURING the song. Still disappointed that Kara’s mother/aunt didn’t show up, since this was literally a dream sequence, though.

  43. justjack says:

    16. I TOTALLY thought that lookout was toast.

  44. AninaM says:

    1. An equally important question: shouldn’t Claire’s friend’s t-shirt (that friend being a certain Luke Cage) have been AT LEAST 5 sizes too big for small chested Danny??

  45. A Fan of TV says:

    I don’t know about Amelia – I feel like she’s justified in whatever mental break is causing her to lash out at Owen while pregnant. She seems to be showing off PTSD in its purest form – taking pain out on the people closest to you. I think the last thing in the world that Amelia wants is to hurt Owen if something is not okay with the baby, so she’s pushing him away.
    Either that or I just love Amelia and how could anyone hold against her what she’s been through? ;)

  46. 24) It’s Google *Home*, not Google Alexa. Alexa is the virtual assistant for the Amazon Echo. Not to be confused with Apple’s Siri. Or Microsoft’s Cortana.

  47. I’m pretty sick of Owen and Amelia. They really became irrelevant to the story and only make me nervous. But that’s maybe just me.

  48. Im pretty sick of Owen and Amelia. They became irrelevant to the story long time ago. But maybe its just me…

  49. Jill Burgess says:

    Have been a huge fan of Grey’s since the very beginning. This season has been the end for me..Worst one yet. Good bye Mer!

  50. cej says:

    22: I thought Colony used the different story perspective tool much more effectively than Bones did. To me, the Bones story did not lend itself to the day from different perspectives. I wasn’t really sure why they did it. Colony gave us a full circle with a reveal at the end that was actually a reveal.