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Enredo muito bom, emoções mistas, boa prestação dos atores... Só acho que faltou um pouco de ênfase em relação aos pacientes e aos pequenos elementos que fazem do hospital um lugar onde tudo pode acontecer.
Shanda Rhimes, writer/director/producer extraordinaire, possesses an ability to introduce a character that has little significance to a story, and weave them into an intricate part of the emotion balance of the narrative. Rhimes exercises this skill quite frequently in the renowned ABC show, Greys Anatomy. This medical based drama with comedic and suspenseful undertones is a 14-season long journey of love, hate, turmoil, terror, growth, and success that leaves you more drawn into the world of Seattle Grace Hospital than you ever thought possible.
Throughout the entire length of the series, creator Rhimes repeatedly makes you fall in love with characters who you thought you would hate forever. One of the finest examples of this is in the final episodes of season 8, as the back-stabbing, wife-stealing, airheaded manwhore Mark Sloan reveals his true feelings for his love interest and shows the tenderness of his heart as he takes his final breaths. Do not turn down this show because of your fear of medical gore before considering the reward of seeing such relatable hardships be overcome by the Seattle Grace/Mercy West clan. Somehow this show, riddled with heartfelt healing stories, never grows cold even though its story has been continued for years.
With great trepidation, I delved into season nine of Grey's Anatomy and it was a really good decision. You still have some writers who need to get laid, but the characters begin to take on a real flavor as opposed to the cartoon of seasons past. While it's empty calorie fun with some tears it's still a decent enough show to watch on a cold winters' night.
It is undeniable that Grey's Anatomy: Season 9 has its high points, but it isn't interesting or flawlessly emotional as it used to be.
The plane crash brought Grey's Anatomy back to the forefront of television. After lagging in drama for the past few seasons, this game changer shook everything up and changed the course of the series.