Some Grey's stuff from Shonda Rhimes

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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 11:27am
Shonda Rhimes: Grey's Anatomy Docs All Grown Up in New Season

Natalie Abrams

Jul 30, 2010 01:05 PM ET
by Natalie Abrams



Grey’s Anatomy


Normally, people who finish med school and save other peoples' lives for a living are considered adults — that is, unless they're Doogie Houser. Or on Grey's Anatomy. After six seasons, the show's creator, Shonda Rhimes, says her characters are finally becoming adults — and that their problems will only get more grown-up.


Private Practice's Caterina Scorsone heading to Grey's Anatomy


TVGuide.com: What can you tell us about the upcoming season of Grey's Anatomy?
Rhimes:
With both Grey's and Private Practice, we've got two really exciting seasons coming up. It's been really fun to sit down and plan them. Our characters are growing up on Grey's. They're really adults now and that's been a real challenge, in how to let them be grownups and figure out what that means for them.


TVGuide.com: Meredith's miscarriage in the finale was heartbreaking. Now that she knows she wants to have a baby, will that be a focus for her this season?
Rhimes:
It's possible. The theme for the entire season of Grey's this year is rebirth, so extrapolate from there.


TVGuide.com: James Tupper is coming in as a trauma counselor for the first three episodes. Are there any characters in particular taking it harder than others?
Rhimes:
I think they're all taking it pretty hard in their own individual ways. We talked about it a lot, and the fact that there's this group of people that's been extraordinarily damaged by this experience. That's what's going to be carrying them forward, and it will change how they view their jobs, view themselves and view their relationships with one another. A lot of them were about to die. I think they're all fairly damaged and trying to recover.


James Tupper to guest-star on Grey's Anatomy


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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 1:27pm
I miss Grey's. Can't wait till next season...



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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 2:17pm
I can't wait either!! That season finale was the best show I've ever seen.

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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 2:33pm
bring it on!!! miss it too!

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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 4:36pm
It was so good. That show never fails to make me cry. Makes me miss regular season tv. I'm getting tired of Animal cops repeats. :) I actually watched a couple episodes of toddlers and tiaras too-- yep, it's true, now I can mock it with full knowledge of what I'm talking about!



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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 5:10pm

Lol. I've watched my share of Toddlers and Tiara's. It's very odd because I've been obsessed with pageants since I was little even though the only ones I saw were Miss America, etc. I was a total tomboy but I HAD to watch them.

I watch Toddlers and Tiaras because it is almost like a train wreck. The moms (and sometimes dads) are out of control. I wish they weren't allowed to stand behind the judges to show the contestants what they are doing.

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Sun, 08-01-2010 - 10:33am

I will be so glad when it starts back up.


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Sun, 08-01-2010 - 12:31pm

Please please don't but little Elizabeth in pageants!!! We will have to make fun of you standing behind the judges blowing kisses and doing the whole routine!! lol

I love that the whole show seems to be not glorifying the pageants but highlighting what complete freaks the parents are. And those kids are just nightmares! I can't even imagine creating a monster like that!



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Sun, 08-01-2010 - 12:32pm
It is by far not a show that I want to watch. I made fun of it so much I felt compelled to watch at least one and ended up sitting through three of them. They are terrible, but like I just said I really think the show is making fun of the parents and that I can do!!! :)))



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Sun, 08-01-2010 - 12:42pm

LOL!!! I can guarantee you 100% that Elizabeth will never, ever be in a pageant. I told DH that I want to put her in to see what his reaction would be and he said "HELL NO." LMAO.

You are right. The show is more about making fun of the parents. I just can't wrap my head around how they are teaching these young girls that in order to be viewed as "beautiful" they need fake hair, teeth, tans, nails and a whole mask of make up. Ugh.

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I know!!! Especially little 3 year olds. YIKES! It just turns them into little demons. Can you imagine these girls in high school! All I can say is the parents get what they deserve.

That's hilarious you told your husband that. I would have loved to see that reaction!



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