Saturday, August 2, 2014

Grey's Anatomy


 I haven’t watched TV for a few weeks. When Dom and J-M visited in May she lent me the first 7 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy. Once I started watching I couldn’t stop. It brought me up to speed with the later episodes that I have seen on TV in the past. (Confusing? I know what I mean).

2 comments:

Coline said...

I thought you were writing about Gray's Anatomy and wondered how someone had made a series of TV programmes about an anatomy book!

A friend worked on a Scottish version in Aberdeen after the war. He really enjoyed the peace and calm but could not bring himself to share his lunch breaks with the technicians who would happily have their mugs of tea and packets of sandwiches on the sample tables...

Clara loves medical soaps but from what I have glimpsed the only anatomy seems to be that of cavorting coworkers...

Anji Knutsen said...

Coline: I think that there is a pun intended in the title. The hospital doctors in this series spend a lot of time exploring each other's anatomy ;). Occasionally they get involved in the patients too (once they've recovered from what ever was wrong with them). Weaved into the plot are some very good and interesting messages about illness and equality too.