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Grey's Anatomy - Season 7 [DVD]
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Firstly, I played this on my region 2 player just out of curiosity and it didn't work, so be sure to get a multi-region player.
After the devestation of the season 6 finale, Grey's Anatomy is back as the doctors struggle to overcome the trauma of the shooting. This season includes gripping storylines including: Christina's post-traumatic stress disorder, Callie's shock pregnancy, a new love interest for Miranda, a sham marriage for Teddy, a job in Africa for Arizona, Meredith risking her career for someone she cares about, Derek trying to cure alzheimers, a heartbreaking diagnosis that threatens Chief Webber's family, a battle for chief resident and much much more!
We are also treated to a musical episode (Song Beneath the Song), a Callie-centric episode in which many of the cast show off their musical talent with memorable songs that have been used in the show's past. Sara Ramirez's (Callie Torez) performace is superb, along with Chyler Leigh (Lexi Grey), Kevin McKidd (Owen Hunt) and Chandra Wilson (Miranda Bailey) who have suprisingly good voices. Rather than go down a very cheesy jazz-hands route, the songs simply amplify the emotion of the moments. It's beautifully done.
We have more time to get to know Mercy West doctors April Kepner and Jackson Avery, two characters which grew on me considerably this season. Other additions to the cast include OBGYN Lucy Fields and the seemingly cold hearted pediatrician Robert Stark (portrayed by Peter Macnicol- Ally McBeal, Numbers).
The season ends with a few storylines really just beginning, which is slightly frustrating, but they will obviously be revisited in season 8 so we know what we have to look forward to.Read more ›
This time around we see some interesting storylines. Teddy gets quite an interesting story which stretches throughout the entire series so that was nice since she doesn't often get much of a look-in. Additionally, there are a couple of clinical trials going on (one of which is a dementia trial) which is interesting to see because obviously a number of the characters have a particular history with this disease.
I don't like to say too much because even the slightest things can put ideas into our heads about what's going to happen. All I'll say is that the anticipated tragedy at the end of every series is as gripping as ever. This time though guess what? The producers have really gone all out and there's a musical episode!! I know - it's exciting! Alongside that, there are a couple of other interesting episodes like one episode which is a filming of a tv show explaining the shooting from the previous series. That's a brilliant episode and you can imagine that had it been real, that's exactly what would have happened.
Overall, definitely a great series - I was laughing as much as I did in the first and second series.
The Musical episode... Well i thought it was cheesy as hell at first but by the end of it i was kind of won over by how amazingly it was acted, especially by the lass who plays Callie. It's very weird because when she first came into the show i disliked her a lot, but now she's really up there as one of my favourites. Although going back to the episode, if i was watching it with other people i would be cringing with embarrassment, but luckily Grey's is just my entertainment. And i loved the behind the scenes thing on that episode.
One thing that still niggles me about Grey's is all the sex that goes on, i mean come on... is there anyone Lexi or Alex won't sleep with? Even Thatcher Grey and Miranda "the Nazi" Bailey are at it! (not together lol).It's definately a bad advert for staying single because nobody in this show is happy unless they are with someone.
There was no cliffhanger ending this time, just storylines to lead us into the next season so you know it's going to be good. So yep, i honestly will cry when the day comes for Grey's to end. I still miss my lovely George and Izzy though, but luckily there are still some amazing people in the show, and i really like Jackson Avery and April Kepler :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Series 7 and the show is still as good as series 1 . We are late comers to grey's anatomy and are totally addicted .Published 1 month ago by M. Archer
I live for greys anatomy and this season is as fantastically addictive as any other...Published 2 months ago by Rebecca
Very good as always. Well done to all involved in making this just brilliant.Published 5 months ago by Mrs Margaret Douglas