How TV works — According
But apparently, if you’re an ABC viewer, one of the things you can never count on is having an intelligent, extant lesbian character on a network series. Because that would just be silly! And confusing! Everyone knows the world consists solely of moronic everymen, scheming housewives, and self-involved dork hipsters who never comb their hair. It’s called professional television
And this just in: Look for the much anticipated ABC mid-season replacement series, Who’s the
Anywho — Since this is the last Grey’s Anatomy recap on AfterEllen, let’s dispense, shall we, with the pretense that anyone cares about Alex and Izzie, George and Lexie, Meredith and The Hair, or Mark Sloan and the entire Seattle Grace nursing staff. Without Callica, it’s all a lot of fitted blue scrubs running in and out of unoccupied rooms, overlapping relationships, and a parade of vaguely familiar character actors suffering from diseases of the week.
Ho hum. Is G-String Divas on somewhere?
And as much has I heart Cristina, do I care if she lands the only real man in the
The threesome — Despite
First thing in the morning, Meredith has a private book club meeting on the phone with Yang. Discussing her mother’s diaries with Cristina before work is far better than having morning sex with McStinky.
To get Cristina out of girlfriend’s life, Derek enlists the help of his best friend and the resident manwhore, Mark Sloan to take care of his "Yang problem." I had a Yang problem once. Some ointment and a heating pad fixed me right up.
Derek needs his "person," Mark, to seduce his girlfriend’s "person," Cristina. It’s all about people. People who need people. They’re the luckiest people in the world.
As a selling point, Derek reminds Mark that Cristina is intense,
Stan the man — Meanwhile,
The only doctor who seems to want to do his job and nothing
To help train the staff, the Chief has diverted some funds from