21 November 2009
Lately Grey’s Anatomy has been substantially more enjoyable than it’s been in years. Not since we lost Burke and Addison over the course of one hiatus has Seattle Grace been populated with actual adult characters.
With the additions of complicated adult characters like Owen and Teddy and the personal growth and maturity that’s come to the original characters over the last few months (Meredith and Derek finally committing, Callie and Mark finding reasonable partners, Bailey prioritizing her life), combined with the absence of Izzie (aka drama) and the wonderful grounding presence that is Arizona (my absolute favourite character at this point), the staff of Seattle Grace is beginning to seem less like high-schoolers and more like interesting adults.
Now if that influence could only extend over to the disaster that is Oceanside Wellness…