A Deeper Look into Season 14 of Grey’s Anatomy

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A Deeper Look into Season 14 of Grey’s Anatomy

Brianna Phillips

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Season 14 of Grey’s Anatomy was released Thursday, September 28 and it was the perfect season premiere. The show takes place in the hospital known as Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital in Seattle. The show always includes a song that helps to tie up what is happening in the episode and Rhimes decided to use “Feel It Still” by Portugal, the Man to open up this episode. The episodes “Break Down the House” and “Get Off on the Pain” were both flawlessly written by creator Shonda Rhimes. In the episode titled “Break Down the House” Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and other doctors on the show help Owen’s sister Megan (Abigail Spencer) after she was found being held captive as a refugee in Iraq. Meanwhile Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) is focused on fixing a fourteen year old boy with a tumor in his jaw.

The second episode titled “Get Off on the Pain,” Meredith tries to figure out how to fix Owen’s sister when the first attempt to fix her stomach failed. Meredith then sends the new interns on a search for an idea on how to help. Meanwhile, Amelia finds out a major conflict that she didn’t know existed until now. After work that day Owen makes a bad decision when he decided to talk to his old friend Teddy (Kim Raver).

If there was one thing that could anger viewers is the decisions that Rhimes makes. Rhimes the creator of the show likes to ruin a lot of relationships and lives.  In the show specific characters get hurt by other characters for example Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April’s (Sarah Drew) on again off again relationship is being torn apart by Maggie (Kelly McCreary).

The characters in this show for the most part are either very funny or very serious. Meredith Grey, (Ellen Pompeo,) is the main character who has kids with a man who was her husband but he died in an accident. Meredith has a troubled love life much like her sister-in-law Amelia Shepherd, who has had a terrible past. The characters are somewhat relatable because they are all caught up in drama and they all have crazy love lives. The actors are portrayed very well in the show because the viewer can easily tell what the characters are supposed to behave like and they carry that trait throughout the show exceptionally well.

This show should be something you should clear your schedule at 8 o’clock on Thursday nights to watch. The show is almost like General Hospital in the sense that it takes place in a hospital, but Grey’s Anatomy takes the cake in my opinion because of the acting and drama. Grey’s Anatomy should be rated a 4.5 out of 5 only due to the frustration with some of the relationships of the characters, but overall it is a great show.

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