Please read the Buena Vista Home Entertainment statement on Grey's Anatomy Series 2 if you have any questions on the contents of these discs.
- Find all the best television shows from the other side of the pond in our US TV store and catch the latest shows in our 2014's Hottest TV page.
Grey's Anatomy - Season 2 [DVD]
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
Special offers and product promotions
Frequently bought together
The complete second season of the award-winning US drama following the lives of medical professionals at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital. During this season, life gets even more intense for the doctors of Seattle Grace Hospital as Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey)'s relationship is complicated by the arrival of Derek's wife Addison (Kate Walsh), and Alex (Justin Chambers) lets his Izzie (Katherine Heigl) obsession out of the bag. The episodes are: 'Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head', 'Enough Is Enough', 'Make Me Lose Control', 'Deny, Deny, Deny', 'Bring the Pain', 'Into You Like a Train', 'Something to Talk About', 'Let It Be', 'Thanks for the Memories', 'Much Too Much', 'Owner of a Lonely Heart', 'Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer', 'Begin the Begin', 'Tell Me Sweet Little Lies', 'Break On Through', 'It's the End of the World', 'As We Know It', 'Yesterday', 'What Have I Done to Deserve This?', 'Band-Aid Covers the Bullet Hole', 'Superstition', 'The Name of the Game', 'Blues for Sister Someone', 'Damage Case', '17 Seconds', 'Deterioration of the Fight Or Flight Response' and 'Losing My Religion'.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
And I'm sure if you look closely enough you may actually see my spirits roaming the corridors of the grey Sloane memorial hospital somewhere!!:-):-):-).
You've got to watch. From the beginning of course:-).
I came to Grey's Anatomy a little late, as in the UK the only terrestrial channel it's broadcast on is one I couldn't get for years. Luckily, I managed to catch the last half dozen episodes of Series 2, and I was hooked, even though I hate hospital shows. I could never get into ER (even with the incentive of George Clooney) and don't even get me started on the home-grown stuff.
So what attracted me to Grey's Anatomy? Yes, it's glossy. Yes, it's gloopy. Yes, Meredith is probably one of the most annoying characters on TV. Yes, Derek is interminably dull. BUT, there's more to the show than that. I'm going to go all out here and compare Grey's Anatomy to a Dickens novel, in that it's not the 'main' characters you should concentrate on, or be interested in, because they're not the best ones. It's the ones slightly on the outside, who have more interesting personalities going on, they're the people to get involved with.
For example, Cristina is always hilarious, so cynical and smart and competitive - in this series, she finds her relationship with Burke getting trickier to navigate, and she's still determined to be the best surgeon in Seattle (probably in the world!). Izzie's character has been deepened with her attraction to Denny, a dying heart patient, and this will have knock-on effects for following series (for better or worse). Katherine Heigl plays her with loads of heart and loads of vigour, and I really like what she does.
Similarly, George is fabulous, he makes me laugh all the time, but as well he grows up this series, realising he has to stop lusting after Meredith, someone who'll never feel the same way about him. The progression of the character is really well done, while retaining the loveable George we all loved from Series 1. Alex, too, starts to grow up a little, which is good - he couldn't remain the 'baddie' of the piece forever.
Bailey is excellent, but then she always is, and it's touching to see her worry about whether she'll be respected as a surgeon when she becomes a mother. The scenes with her and George during the 'disaster' episodes are lovely.
Grey's manages to blend heart-warming schmaltz with hard-hitting scenarios, raising lots of moral questions every episode, so you can join in and decide who's right and who's wrong. It's easy to watch visually, but not always mentally, and that's why it's a show I am willing to keep following. I like the combination of attractive cast members, thoughtful stories and great acting, not to mention the brilliant music choices throughout the show. Just let yourself be drawn in and you won't want to leave Seattle Grace!
This season is spectactular, there are four episodes that could could be the finale over and over. Disc 2/3 episodes were there is a code black in seattle grace are heart- stopping. Episodes 21/22 are equally as good, Also episode 22 is a cliffhanger, you have to watch season 3 to discover the fate of meredith and mcdreamy's relationship.
Brilliant Tv series definitely recommend!
P.s. alot of the reviews consider the disc episodes confusing- Region 2 DVD(UK,etc) episode 1 is the finale of season 1, it's something to do with the way the season aired in U.S. so episode 2 is the true start of season 2. Personally i think it's good as you get a quick recap of the first season.
Would you like to see more reviews about this item?
Most recent customer reviews