Grey's Anatomy Essay

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What Happened to Grey’s Anatomy?
After a detrimental explosion, Grey Sloan Memorial is on the verge of major changes bound to give a refreshing and much-needed upgrade to the show fans have all come to love. Although writers have already set up plenty of room for the heartbreaking moments that Grey’s Anatomy is known for, the new season seems to come with a much lighter and warmer feel after a tragic couple of years for our favorite surgeons. After numerous questions that were left unanswered in last season’s finale, the premiere tied up all loose ends and paved the way for new storylines. Namely, the character reveal of Megan Hunt. Fans will not be left wondering for very long as the first scene is Owen picking up his presumably dead sister from a military base. Surprisingly, she was smiling and cracking jokes from the beginning after being a POW for nearly ten years. Abigail Spencer does a flawless job portraying the newest member of the Grey’s family
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Arizona Robbins is on the prowl for a new relationship after the loss of Eliza Minnick and a new female role was inevitable. A new member of the Grey Sloan is introduced, Doctor Carina DeLuca and she is heating things up with her interest in female sexuality and her little brother, Andrew, is not so happy to see her. A new brother-sister rivalry is exactly what the show needed to give it some humor as Andrew is embarrassed of his big sister running a study about orgasms in his workplace. Additionally, a new group of sub-interns are led by Doctor Weber and the technology-craved medical students are the perfect dose of comedy as their lack of social skills render Weber speechless. From dropping their glasses in a wide-open patient to screaming at the sight of blood, this fun group is a main attribute to the season’s lighter

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