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It’s just too much ghost sex for one hospital.
When, you know, Meredith pulled the plug on Derek without even telling his family before she did it.
“What the fuck Meredith? What the fuck?”
When Izzie had full-blown ghost sex with Denny.
“IZZIE HAVING SEX AND BASICALLY A FULL-BLOWN RELATIONSHIP WITH DEAD DENNY! How and why did it go on for so effin’ long before she figured out something was wrong? YOU’RE A DOCTOR. YOU LIVE WITH DOCTORS. YOU’RE DATING A DOCTOR. YOUR BFF’S BF IS A LEAD NEUROSURGEON!”
When Arizona cheated on Callie and straight-up blamed her for amputating her leg…even though it saved her life.
“I could understand if they worked some resentment in there, but she 110% blamed Callie for the whole thing. She neglected her daughter, and she blamed Karev for absolutely no reason. And all of this wouldn’t bother me so much if it weren’t for the fact that ARIZONA WAS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALMOST KILLING CALLIE. She was the one who took her eyes off the road. And not ONCE did Callie, or anyone for that matter, ever (rightfully) blame her. So for her to turn into a monster because she was so obsessed with keeping the leg that was killing her when she literally almost killed her wife and their daughter made me honestly hate her.”
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When – yes, we have to talk about it – the musical episode happened.
“Grey’s Anatomy is NOT the kind of show that can pull off an episode of only singing. It seemed very abrupt and unneeded, and, if you just think about it plainly, singing and a show about medicine and death don’t really mix.”
When Cristina didn’t win a Harper Avery award because of the hospital’s connection to the Averys, BUT then Meredith got the same award years later even though she’s in the EXACT SAME situation.
“Cristina was denied her well-earned Harper Avery award because of the Avery Foundation’s ownership of the hospital. They even had doctors leave the hospital because they wouldn’t have a chance to win the prestigious award. But then a few seasons later, Meredith wins with no issue? Still confuses me.”
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The entire Eliza Minnick storyline.
“The entire character and plot line was just infuriating! She came in trying to turn everything around all at once without making a smooth transition. We don’t take well to outsiders rushing in to change everything! And making her a love interest for Arizona just didn’t make sense! There was no real chemistry, and Arizona can and has done so much better.”
When Erica Hahn repeatedly prevented Cristina from being picked for cardio procedures.
“She completely judged Cristina and didn’t really get a chance to see that the reason Burke gave Cristina so many cardio surgeries previously was because Cristina was freaking phenomenal at them, not just because they were together.”
When Izzie and George became a thing.
“That made me so mad cause they had ZERO chemistry, and it made Izzie look really bad because George was married to Callie.”
And then when Meredith and George hooked up…and she cried during sex.
When the show brushed right over the immediate aftermath of the plane crash.
“Can we all just be collectively pissed at how they basically ignored the aftermath of the plane crash? You can’t just make me invest emotional time and energy into Lexie and Mark to go, ‘You know what? We’ll just give you one episode to grieve, name the hospital after them, and wash our hands of this mess. Moving on.’ No. Just no. I wanted to be emotional DESTROYED, DEVASTATED FOR EPISODES, and you let me down, Grey’s.”
And then when we didn’t get a chance to see the aftermath of Derek’s death.
“I hated how they handled the aftermath of Derek’s death. They skipped over it and took us to a year after it happened, giving us no insight on how everyone else at the hospital handled it. Since he was such a big part of the show, I feel as if it was just a big cop out. It could’ve been handled so much better and in so many different ways than the one they chose.”
When Izzie cut Denny’s LVAD wire.
“Dr. Webber let her come back to her job like it was no big deal.”
When Derek died after stopping in the middle of a freakin’ winding road.
“Not just that Derek died, but HOW he died. You’re telling me that a world-class, highly educated surgeon is going to stop perpendicular on a curved road to reach for his phone? (Which didn’t even have reception during the episode.) Absolutely ridiculous and an injustice to his character!”
Everything that had to do with the custody battle over Sophia.
“Why drag us through all the drama of their custody battle just to be like, ‘Haha, never mind, she’s still going to New York with Callie.’ UGH.”
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Which means, yes, we have to talk about freakin’ Penny and how Callie literally took off with the woman who indirectly killed Derek.
“CALLIE TORRES LEFT WITH THE FREAKING MURDERER OF DEREK SHEPHERD.”
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And finally, a more recent one, the fact that Maggie and Jackson are apparently a thing, now.
“Jackson with Maggie? Even if they’re just related by marriage, it’s still awkward. Also Maggie is my favorite character, and I love her and want better for her.”
-Steph Pavlic, Facebook
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