I've to see more of B/B to pronounce myself about their marriage. Till this point I find acceptable a grown up woman might enter a new marriage with reservations and fears. After her first bad experience it's only natural she went nervous. Liked to meet her sisters. And...Adele out of random...to ruin it! Ohhh
I love the parental figure Weber is to B. I always loved that father-daughter thing they have. For me is one of the most beautiful relations of the show.
The interns...what am I going do? The guy and gal Majorino may have some chances, and this with luck. But the rest of them...we simply don't bond. Period.
And Crying Jo! This episode came to reinforce my stance on the matter. What a huge huge fail was the casting of this girl for this part. There is obviously parts for the actress, but not this one. It's obviously she was only cast because of her beauty. I hope the producers mend this quickly, Alex is a very important piece in this game, and they risk loosing part of his fans in a no credible pairing. Unfortunately she's not up to the task. Mistake.
I thought very funny the length of measures J/A took to stay away from each other at the wedding. I know most don't like April, but I do. Of course, Alex ended with the complainant whiner! Oh no.
Though, we all know why Mer reacted like that to Der's family, Lizzie speech was very well placed. She knows how and where to put the dots. I liked her a lot. Pity she's gone.
I kind don't see why in the world would she tell about the new baby in first place to a sister in law with whom she never have bonded rather than Cristina. It's like someone above pointed out, there's no middle ground with this two. IMO she's more close to Cristina than to Lizzie! Well, maybe that was appropriate to the occasion, but I still think this one of rare occasions Cris should have known before the others (not Der, of course). In the other hand, I liked to see Mer establishing family ties and that might continue off screen since Lizzie will be recovering from her surgery under M/D supervision.
Owen. Well, Owen I'm trying to like him again but it's difficult...The crash and the lawsuit was the faithful representation of their lives today. He was comparing. It's a metaphor. Their life's crash was made of many little small mistakes and no one knows for sure who is the responsible, but as someone has to be, he's assuming his share of responsibility in that. But he didn't exempt Cristina on her part. And that was what later she did. She took responsibility for part of the damage and went to him to tell what she wanted to.
I was glad that finally they talked something, with 'real words'. Uau!. But when I was getting 'too glad' the moron came with the 'I knew there was a really good chance you'd rejected the idea simply because I suggested it'.
There are things which never change. He still sees her as a child. When we want our child to do A we point them to B. We assume due to their childishness that they are "spirits of contradiction '. Cristina too, as she was angry with him and still do not know how to maneuver her feelings yet at 30's, she might just had done the opposite of what he needed, just to counter him. What a patronizing, condescending moron. In that way we won't go there Owen.
I'm, glad she called him out on he doing unilateral decisions on their marriage. Because he has done that too, but she was the only one who always has been pointed for that. I'm glad that for the first time she stood for herself and faced him.
Regarding to this pair, for me it's too late, these scenes and the kiss didn't do nothing for me. A step too far writers. They stretched the rope too much and for too long. We can't forget what we saw in season 6 and season 8.
Arizona shutting up and hastening herself to put on the shoe, when she realised she might be not having sex because she was wrongly thinking Callie wouldn't want her anymore without half a leg, when apparently Callie still find her attractive to that purpose and was about to climb the walls of desire for her , was one of the best moments for me. However I almost fainted with the 'pee on the floor' speech, until I realized she was teasing Bailey. Was she? I still stand here with a little bug!
Edited by Nanda, Dec 14, 2012 @ 9:07 AM.