Monday, September 1, 2008

TV Guide: Heart Conditions

Derek gets into it with new doc Owen as Callie and Cristina look on.

TV Guide recently featured a cover story on Grey's Anatomy with a sneak peek of what to expect from the upcoming season. Here's an excerpt of the article:

Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Grey's Anatomy, writes:

A lot is going to change this season. For our characters. For the hospital. For the people we love.

There are a lot of love stories this season. I'm all about the love this season.

As for Cristina, she's been alone for a whole season. That's going to change. See, there's this military guy who... well you have to watch to find out.

Of all the love stories this season, one of the biggest, and my personal favourite is the story of Cristina and Meredith. Because they are best friends. Very best friends in the whole wide world. And what happens between them... there's a journey they have to go on. Together. And when that jourey ends, I'm not sure they'll ever be the same.

TV Guide's David A. Keeps reports from the set:

Mckidd, who starred in last season's time travel drama Jorneyman and played fierce centerion on HBO's Rome, will be hanging around Seattle for at least 11 episodes, brash Army surgeon Owen HUnt, who arrives at the emergency room after an auto accident. On the way to the hospital, he saves the other crash victims in the back of the ambulance.

Derek, who's unaware of Hun'ts heroism, gets up in his business when the rugged redhead interferes with one of his patients. "Who the hell are you?" he barks, later calling the soldier on leave from Iraq "Uncle Sam."


Patrick Dempsey: "If the hot-doctor nicknaming continues, McKidd should be known as McHorny.

Since Grey's Anatomy has been known to introduce a fresh infusion od testosterone on occasion, it's clear McKidd hasn't been brought abroad just to be McDreamy's worst nightmare. Love, or at least some steamy sex, seems to be in air for Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh), who spent most of last season being depressed and mean while she got over Burke (Isaiah Washington). In the first episode, Cristina most certainly gets her flirt on, giving Hunt's leg wound some extra- special attetion.

"He and Cristina definitely have a moment, which plays out not as we'd expect," Rhimes says. "But, then, things never do."


Pompeo has another idea about the fantasy Mer-Der nuptials. She's make it a destination weding: "Cristina would come to Vegas with Meredith and Derek, and then I'd leave her at the slot machines and go get hitched."

Source: TV Guide
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