Join Emily & Becca in their discussion of season three, episode nine of Grey’s Anatomy (From A Whisper To A Scream). Listen as they analyze why betrayal is such an amazing theme for an episode and argue that this is one of the most artistic, well-shot, and well-acted episodes of Grey’s to date. In this Cristina-narrated episode, the Burktina secret comes to light, Callie tries to beat up Meredith, Izzie & the O’Malley’s have a spin off, Erica Hahn (Brooke Smith) returns, and #DarkGeorge is peeing gasoline on the fire engulfing his life. And who could forget about lovable & hilarious patient Janelle. Emily & Becca loved this masterpiece from start to finish!
Emily & Becca sit down to discuss and analyze season three, episode eight of Grey’s Anatomy (Staring At The Sun). Meredith & Derek are finally back together, and they learn a valuable lesson about the horrors of being bright and shiny. The nature of Alex & Izzie’s relationship is put into question as they treat Frank, a man who only speaks in third person. Meanwhile, TR Knight does God’s work playing a version of fan-favorite George O’Malley that we’ve never seen before. His sanity begins to unwind, partly because of his father’s cancer and partly because Cristina continues to lie to his face about his boyfriend, Burke. Also, Ellis freaking Grey is back. Buckle up folks.
Emily & Becca discuss and analyze season three, episode seven of Grey’s Anatomy (Where The Boys Are). An incredibly satisfying episode of television! This episode has a little bit of everything! The boys go camping in the woods of despair to cleanse themselves of their overflowing man pain which ends in a slap fight… The return of Sydney Heron is glorious in every way. The Meredith character gets tested in a really big way, Cristina & Burke’s secret begins to unravel when George begins noticing something is wrong, and #MerDer finally happens! Not to mention a cliff hanger which will start a multi-episode arc.
Listen as Emily & Becca go over season three, episode six of Grey’s Anatomy (Let The Angels Commit). They discuss a little about Derek’s past, continue to analyze Izzie’s character growth, and make some interesting observations about the nature of Callie Torres as a character. Also, don’t miss the introduction of break-out character “Really Old Guy,” and Meredith’s weekly insanity…
Emily & Becca dive into season three, episode five of Grey’s Anatomy (Oh, The Guilt). This episode is a refreshing break of the show’s usual structure and Emily & Becca are glad. Izzie struggles with what to do with the money that Denny left her, Meredith doesn’t know how to tell Derek that she kicked Dr. Finn Dandruff to the curb, and Addison finally tells Derek the whole truth about Mark.
Emily & Becca talk about season three, episode four of Grey’s Anatomy (What I Am). This is a phenomenal episode of television. The characters go through a lot of self-realization in this episode and Emily & Becca discuss why “identity” makes such a good theme. Derek begins to question himself and what is best for Meredith, Denny’s father calls into question Izzie’s love for Denny, Callie is still questioning why her personality sucks, and Addison is left to wonder what she’s doing in Seattle. Eric Dane (Mark Sloan) also officially joins the cast.
Emily & Becca are FINALLY back to discuss and analyze season three, episode three of Grey’s Anatomy (Sometimes A Fantasy). Do they remember how to podcast? We’ll find out. Meredith is still dating two men and she insists on throwing it in everyone’s face. George invites Callie to live with him, then wonders why she’s living with him… Alex finds out he’s not as tough as a little girl, and Katherine Heigl somehow finds a way to make standing in the same place all episode amazing.