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    “Grey’s Anatomy” Finale Spoilers: Season 12 Ends with Fights, Tension and Revelation of a Secret The twelfth season of Grey’s Anatomy has been a pretty tumultuous one for couples as many had to go through testing times. And the finale will also have showdowns as fissures would erupt between different couples. As per reports, the finale will have loads of content and the wedding of Amelia and Owen will grab the most screen space. But it won’t be a cakewalk either. Amelia is nervous and might…

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    Greys Anatomy Effect

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    Grey’s Anatomy is an award winning television series about the lives of surgeons that also emphasizes the lives of the patients. Greys Anatomy is created by Shonda Rhime, the creator of Scandal. The Television Series was first aired in the year 2005 and is still being aired today (abc). Meredith Grey, Ellen Pompeo, is one of the many interns at Seattle Grace hospital and the main character in the series. Meredith quickly begins to fall in love with Derek Sheperd, Patrick Dempsey, who she…

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    Racism In Hollywood

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    Shonda Rimes who is the director of Grey’s Anatomy held her own color blind auditions for Grey’s Anatomy. For she wanted the show to not be defined by what color the actor’s skin was, but to show that we live in a post Civil War time where diversity lives (Harrison 1). Rimes decisions made a positive difference in television, and Grey’s Anatomy is actually one of the most watched television shows in America. Sandra Oh portrays an Asian character…

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    Grey's Anatomy Plot

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    Grey’s Anatomy If you are looking for a show that the whole family can enjoy that is full of excitement, drama, and comedy then Grey’s Anatomy is the show for you. Grey’s Anatomy is a splendid example of a modern medical drama with its easily relatable cast, dynamic plots and story line, and its use of modern medical technology. The show is based off the complex medical life experience of a young intern Meredith Grey at Seattle Grace Hospital in Washington. Throughout her internship Meredith…

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    Grey’s Anatomy: A Superb Medical Drama Have you ever watched a television show that has made you laugh and cry in the same episode? Shows that can make you happy and sad can be considered as a drama genre. Most medical shows exaggerate and portray situations as if they would be impossible to relate to. Grey’s Anatomy is the opposite of any typical medical television show. Grey’s Anatomy is an excellent television drama because it features real life trauma scenes, romantic relationships among…

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    Grey’s Anatomy is a popular medical drama television series that first made the air in spring of 2005. The serious is based on a group of doctors at a hospital in Seattle who start out as interns and work their way up. One of the main characters is the daughters of a famous surgeon who practiced her work there. Grey’s Anatomy is popular for its medical insight and its ability to allow the audience the follow the…

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    ABC. (2007). About Grey's Anatomy TV Show Series. Retrieved November 15, 2017, from http://abc.go.com/shows/greys-anatomy/about-the-show Charlotte Patterson, et. al, "Adolescents with Same-Sex Parents: Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, 7 November 2007. Grey's Anatomy is an American medical and romantic drama television show that premiered on American Broadcasting Company (ABC). At Grey Sloan Memorial, Meredith Grey and the team of doctors who are faced with a…

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    Summary Of Grey's Anatomy

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    Connection: The plot of Grey’s Anatomy feeds on killing off characters. In the show, main characters such as Derek Shepard, George Omalley, and Mark Sloan are sacrificed in order to keep viewers engaged. Less vital characters such as Heather Brooks and Susan Grey are also sacrificed. Patients also die regularly. The show revolves in killing off both flat and round characters. \Connection: In 1984 George Orwell alludes to German Nazis and Russian communists. They were two totalitarian…

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    Grey's Anatomy Review

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    “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 12, “Mama Tried” Review: Callie and Arizona’s Bitter Battle plays Out in Court Every viewer knew that it was coming but no one had thought that it would turn out so badly. Episode 22 of the current season would definitely be remembered by audience for tearing hearts apart and estranging one of the most adorable couples- Callie and Arizona. It all started with the duo reaching the court where the proceedings begin. Owen and Meredith supported Callie while Arizona had…

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    Alcohol And Depression

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    was the Chief, stern but loving and very respected. The show was much simpler with the characters being very well received. There were sad moments but they were outnumbered by the energetic fun moments that the show was known for in its early days. Grey's was the new show that everybody was watching. It was definitely a show aimed at a female audience but it caught fire with men and women alike. From 2004 onward, Thursday nights at 9 PM EST were the nights that America was tuned in to see…

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