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04 October 2007 @ 11:24 pm
'Grey's Anatomy' & 'Ugly Betty'  
Not much to say, just MY Grey's is back. THIS is the show I fell in love with. Starting with last week's and then tonight's again ... THIS is my show. This is show I had to watch the night it aired. This is the show I just dang enjoyed. I'm liking all the characters again; I'm liking all the stories. I'm not hating Alex; I'm not hating Meredith; I'm not hating on anyone. I'm just enjoying the show.

I'm, of course, loving George/Izzie and I love how they're doing it. They're acknowledging they were wrong; they're trying to do the right thing now, they're trying to not hurt anyone anymore and they're fucked up deliciously so about all of it. And that's cool, I'm fine with that. And I can see it going either way. Of course, I hope for it to be with George/Izzie together, but if it doesn't work out, as long as the show stays like this, I'll still watch. Provided I'm not stuck with George/Callie. They do not work. They. do. not work. They never have. Not from moment one. EVER for me.

Callie and Sloan? Hell, yeah, baby. Bring me some more of that. I've wanted those since before their initial hook-up and the scene tonight with them was delish. (Now if they just cancel Private Practice and get Addison back to Seattle Grace where she belongs, I'll be a happy, happy camper.) Bailey was great, the chief was great, Christina was fucking awesome. And I LOVE Lexie. I love her, love her, love her.


Ugly Betty -- one word: Hysterical.

The first rooftop scene. Between Mark making the thunder sound and Wilhemina's "I'm black, you're Mexican, let's not stand around like dull white people," this scene had me at Betty's "Hello?" LOVED. IT. Of course, I thought the whole episode was grand. Beginning with Betty's breakfast snack domino effect and ending with Henry getting drunk on a wine-cooler. And, of course, Justin interning at Mode sandwiched in between.

Janey-E Jonesshangri__la on October 5th, 2007 03:38 am (UTC)
I laughed for a good five minutes each over Marc and the "thunder," Wilhelmina's aforementioned line, Amanda and the ugly dog, "Alex" grabbing at her boobs and giving a thumbs up, and the bagel debacle.

UB is awesome.
Arabian: Betty & Danielarabian on October 5th, 2007 03:45 am (UTC)
Oh the boobs was HYSTERICAL and even BETTER! was when Betty was doing it and Daniel looks a bit to the side and notices and just says "Betty" in a kinda strained voice. LMAO!!!!

The show was fabulous. So, so, sooooooooooooooo good.

Awesome fits.

(BTW: I've broken down, I'm working on getting the seasons of Dr. Who after the first with Eccleston. I just couldn't deal with him being gone, but I'm finally giving it a try. We'll see.)
Janey-E Jonesshangri__la on October 5th, 2007 04:01 am (UTC)
Oh, you must! David Tennant is soooo good. I just got started on season two, and he's different in a good way. He's not as dark as Eccleston, but he has his moments, and when he does, he's scary.
marikenobi: Glassesmarikenobi on October 5th, 2007 04:59 am (UTC)
I'll add to the DT love too, LOVE HIM! He gets better with each episode and can be very intense, charming, and even romantic(well, as much as the Doctor can).

Anyways, I'm with ya on the Gizzie love. I'm guessing we'll have George sticking with Callie, Izzie sort of moving on, then Callie leaving George, but then it wouldn't be the right time, etc etc etc... but as long as end game is Gizzie... C'mon! Just the way they were smiling at each other! Their chemistry was great...

what he doesn't have with Callie. That's just a wrong wrong relationship. And she sparked with Sloan.

Oh well...
eolivet on October 6th, 2007 12:39 pm (UTC)
(Eeek, you not only talked about GA, but DW in this post? Stupid busy day yesterday...)

Provided I'm not stuck with George/Callie. They do not work. They. do. not work. They never have.

Can I get a HELL YEAH? Honestly, that's the only thing I'm expecting with this storyline -- the end of the George/Callie sham marriage. I was so glad George (and by extension, the show) FINALLY recognized that duh -- they got married because George was sad about his father's death!

And the fact that Callie knows, but doesn't say anything? Kinda makes her a little complicit. Just sayin'. :x

(Re: your DW comment -- I find the first DT season [S2]...lacking. With a couple of exceptions, it's insanely goofy and kinda has this "we solve intergalactic crimes!" feel to it. The most recently completed season [S3]? SO AWESOME. I'd almost recommend you skip S2 entirely, although if you like Rose, maybe not. ;)