Grey’s Anatomy Season 9 Episode 15

0000066105_20100415153721 (1)Seattle Grace is falling apart and the fate of the hospital lies in Derek, Meredith, Callie, Arizona and Christina’s hands and buying the hospital is much more complicated than they anticipated.

Bailey’s about to quit, Richard is about to retire, interns are about to leave and Owen is super mad at all of his friends. If they don’t hurry up and by the hospital I do not know what is going to be left.

Pegasus hadn’t even bought the hospital yet and everything was already changing. Seattle Grace is a place where the doctor’s break and bend the rules to save their patients and now the hospital is hardly doing enough to treat their patients. No wonder Bailey wants to leave.

This was a very intense episode with Arizona and Christina not wanting to buy the hospital and Callie, Derek and Meredith wanting to buy Seattle Grace. It wasn’t till Arizona and Christina opened their eyes to see what was really going on before they realized Pegasus buying the hospital wasn’t the answer.

There was some lightheartedness in the episode too. Alex has been dancing around the idea of Jo and him getting together and when Jo was asking about if co-workers getting together worked,  I really thought that she was talking about them. I think Alex did too.

So does Jo not have feelings for Alex, or has she just not realized it yet? I really thought the episode would end with them getting together. For the story I think it’s good that they aren’t getting together yet, but with the intensity and uncertainty of the hospital’s fate, it would have been nice.

Why did April lie to him? She had the perfect opportunity to tell him the truth. What is she just going to pretend that she’s still a virgin? She’s not. She can want to not have sex again before marriage, but she can’t change the fact that she is no longer a virgin.

What did you think of the episode? Leave me a comment.

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