Bailey is under scrutiny for the deaths of two of her patients, and has to recount those surgical procedures to an investigator multiple times. Because she does these types of procedures so often, they begin to blur together a bit.
Fortunately, although she is diagnosed with the staph infection that caused the patients to die, the conclusion is that the shitty gloves (chosen no doubt to cut costs) Pegasus implemented into the hospital’s supplies were to blame rather than Bailey’s procedures.
Bailey gets to come back to work after she gets the infection cleared up. However, after seeing how Webber handled the patient’s family (one of her former patients), she realizes that she hasn’t earned his respect or trust over all the years they’ve worked together. She stood up for him and helped him when he was operating drunk and he doesn’t believe that she did her job correctly enough to stand up for her to the patient’s family.
Meredith tries to convince Cristina to join her in the delivery room because she needs someone who will be more level-headed than Derek. Cristina balks at first, realizing she might see Meredith poop on the table during the birth. But, eventually Meredith explains that she’ll be the one worse off, knowing that her friend and husband were there when she pooped on the table.
And, Alex realizes he’s in love with Jo. ‘Bout damn time. It’ll be interesting to see him really go mano a mano with the baby doc boyfriend. Who knew Alex was in love with Jo even before Alex knew.
Holmes and Watson are called in on a blackmailer case in which a man was date raping women, filming the act, and then blackmailing the family for money to keep the tape quiet. Holmes, who has disdain for blackmailers above all, takes on the case and early on in the investigatory process, witnesses the blackmailer’s murder.
Holmes goes to Gregson, carefully, to explain what he saw, but even with the blackmailer dead, they need to catch and stop his partner, a substitute blackmailer, if you will, from sending out all the tapes. Plus, there’s a majorly disgusting scene toward the end with a bloated, already overweight, dead man in a bath tub, who’s been decomposing for years. Gross.
Also, it’s Holmes’ one year anniversary of being sober, but he doesn’t want to celebrate it. He tells Joan the truth, that even after he agreed to get clean, he went back out the very next day and got high again, so in fact, his one year is a day later than his sponsor thinks.
Joan tries to make him feel better about it, and gets him a gift, whether he wants to accept it or not, he’s come a long way. Holmes commemorates the day in another way, with a new tattoo. He was inking with his left hand, and the camera was on his right, so we couldn’t see the new art just yet, but I have a feeling it may come up in an episode later on.
However, the big lead-in for season two will be Holmes v. Moriarty, and the games begin next week!
Men at Work
This episode was all about the “downshift”. The point at which one person or the other in a relationship decides to back off and take things slower in order to give the relationship a shot at true longevity.
Milo realizes that he and Molly might be moving too quickly, and the guys tell him to downshift and then proceed to guide him through the process of downshifting. Fortunately, Molly realizes what Milo was trying to do, and talks to him rationally about it.
Gibbs agrees to take on a puppy from the shelter Amy volunteers for and gets overly attached.
To all you quibbling pinheads trying to shame Zach Braff into submission on his Kickstarter film project, YOU try making a movie in the Hollywood of today and tell me you couldn’t use a little help in order to maintain your artistic integrity. No offense to him, he’s awesome and I love him, but he’s Zach Braff, not Brad Pitt. He doesn’t have $2 million just sitting in the bank to throw at a movie. That’s not how it works.
And, even if he did have that much to dump into a movie, something he’s going to be working on for a year of his life, $2 million is a really small budget for a movie. It’s going to take a lot more than that to get this thing off the ground, a lot more of his own and his friends’ money, more than likely, to put the whole thing together, start to finish.
PLUS: It’s voluntary – that’s the way Kickstarter works. You don’t HAVE to give him money if you don’t care about the movie, can’t afford to pledge, or just flat-out think he sucks. It’s not like he Jedi mindtricked 24,000+ people into giving him money for a movie. Get off your high horse. Nobody’s asking YOU for $2 million.
That is all. Happy Friday to all you other non-pinheads 😀
[PS: This post was edited before publication. I originally called those pinheads something meaner, but decided I didn’t want to harshen the overall tone of the post that much.]
Happy Endings is all new tonight with two new episodes. Smash is up again Saturday night (again, verify the time in your area!), and new Mad Men Sunday. Plus, Red Widow and Revenge return, just in time to wrap for the season!
I’m still trying to get caught up on blogging, and having a hell of a time with it all. On the upside, I’m nearly done with Camp Nano, my blog tour is about halfway booked, and it’s summer movie season, with Iron Man 3 coming out next week!
As much as I usually suffer through summer with no hockey and not much regular programming to watch in the evenings, I’m hoping that I can have a little more time this summer to keep up with my other projects. But, with Burn Notice, Suits, Franklin and Bash, and a couple new premieres up this summer season, we’ll see if I actually end up with any extra time on my hands.
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