grey anatomy – Phrynosoma http://phrynosoma.org/ Wed, 23 Feb 2022 09:38:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://phrynosoma.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile-150x150.png grey anatomy – Phrynosoma http://phrynosoma.org/ 32 32 ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ has been renewed for a 19th season :: WRAL.com https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-has-been-renewed-for-a-19th-season-wral-com/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-has-been-renewed-for-a-19th-season-wral-com/ The products and services mentioned below have been selected independently of sales and advertising. However, Simplemost may receive a small commission from the purchase of any product or service through an affiliate link to the retailer’s website. Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital is not about to close. “Grey’s Anatomy” has just been renewed for its 19th […]]]>

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Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital is not about to close. “Grey’s Anatomy” has just been renewed for its 19th season, which means we can follow all of our favorite doctors through another season of trauma — medical and otherwise.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show’s creator, Shonda Rhimes, excitedly confirmed the news.

“I couldn’t be more excited that we can continue telling the stories of Meredith, Bailey, Richard and all the other doctors at Gray Sloan Memorial for another season,” Rhimes said.

Grey’s Anatomy runner Krista Vernoff also shared the update on Twitter:

“Grey’s Anatomy” renewed for season 19 on ABC! https://t.co/3LGK4sU06o

— Krista Vernoff (@KristaVernoff) January 10, 2022

“Grey’s Anatomy” is the longest-running medical drama in prime time, beating out other popular shows like “ER” and “House.” It’s also ABC’s longest-running current show, so it’s no wonder the Season 19 news is very exciting for fans and cast members alike.

However, there’s one person involved with the show who’s less excited about pursuing “Grey’s Anatomy”: star Ellen Pompeo.

“I tried to focus on convincing everyone that this should end,” Pompeo said in an interview with Insider last month.

“I feel like the super naive who keeps saying, ‘What’s the story going to be, what’s the story are we going to tell?'” she continued. “And everybody’s like, ‘Who cares, Ellen? It’s worth a billion dollars.'”

While die-hard fans are happy to see “Grey’s Anatomy” get another reprieve after the cancellation, some people agree with Pompeo that the series has run its course.

Twitter user @ThatOnePoes joked that they would be so over this character if they were Pompeo:

Ellen Pompeo is a better woman than me because at this point I would have killed my character myself https://t.co/jZ8bZICoVD

— Ari (@ThatOnePoes) January 10, 2022

And Twitter user @perfectblue noted that Pompeo might have a completely different life right now:

kinda crazy that ellen pompeo could have gone through pre-med med school a residency and become a full doctor by the time this show aired https://t.co/g4kzZrzN3i

— jessica (@perfectbIue) January 10, 2022

Twitter user @PshKayUhmNo provided a glimpse of the future if the show continues to be renewed for another few decades:

“GREY’S ANATOMY” has been renewed for Season 39 with Ellen Pompeo returning as Meredith Grey. pic.twitter.com/bJeOpEoPuq

— Damnyæl (@PshKayUhmNo) January 11, 2022

We don’t yet know what season 19 will be, but Chandra Wilson (Dr. Miranda Bailey) and James Pickens Jr. (Dr. Richard Webber) will be there with Pompeo, according to Deadline.

New episodes of Season 18 of “Grey’s Anatomy” will resume Thursday, February 24 on ABC. You can also catch up on older seasons on Hulu, Disney+, Star+, fuboTV and more.

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ABC Confirms ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Has Been Renewed for Season 19 https://phrynosoma.org/abc-confirms-greys-anatomy-has-been-renewed-for-season-19/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/abc-confirms-greys-anatomy-has-been-renewed-for-season-19/ Grey’s Anatomy has been renewed for season 19, ABC has confirmed. The announcement was made on Monday, January 10. Original cast members, including Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., and Meredith Gray herself, Ellen Pompeo, are set to return in the next season of America’s longest-running medical drama. Krista Vernoff, who will continue to serve as […]]]>

Grey’s Anatomy has been renewed for season 19, ABC has confirmed.

The announcement was made on Monday, January 10. Original cast members, including Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., and Meredith Gray herself, Ellen Pompeo, are set to return in the next season of America’s longest-running medical drama.

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Renewed, Will Return for Season 19 https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-renewed-will-return-for-season-19/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-renewed-will-return-for-season-19/ “Grey’s Anatomy” has been renewed for Season 19. ABC announced Monday that the series, already the longest-running medical drama in primetime television history, will return for a historic 19th season. “‘Grey’s Anatomy’ has a global impact that cannot be overstated,” said executive producer and showrunner Krista Vernoff, who is set to return. “‘Grey’s’ touches, and […]]]>
“Grey’s Anatomy” has been renewed for Season 19.

ABC announced Monday that the series, already the longest-running medical drama in primetime television history, will return for a historic 19th season.

“‘Grey’s Anatomy’ has a global impact that cannot be overstated,” said executive producer and showrunner Krista Vernoff, who is set to return. “‘Grey’s’ touches, and sometimes changes, hearts and minds around the world through the depth of connection people feel with these characters. I’m thrilled to work with our amazing writers to imagine where we’re going from here. here, and I’m forever grateful to our partners at Disney and ABC for enabling us to tell bold stories with real impact.”

Shonda Rhimes, who created the series, said: “I couldn’t be more excited that we can continue to tell the stories of Meredith, Bailey, Richard and all the other doctors at Gray Sloan Memorial for another season. C It’s a true testament to Krista Vernoff, the cast, crew and all the writers who keep audiences hooked week after week, and it wouldn’t be possible without the generations of incredible fans who have supported ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ for so many years.”

According to an ABC press release, season 19 will “explore the ever-expanding world of modern medicine through the eyes of beloved returning characters and new characters.”

Premiering in 2005, the only three original cast members still on “Grey’s” today are Ellen Pompeo (Meredith Grey), Chandra Wilson (Miranda Bailey) and James Pickens Jr. (Richard Webber).

Kevin McKidd (Owen Hunt), Kim Raver (Teddy Altman), Camilla Luddington (Jo Wilson), Caterina Scorsone (Amelia Shepherd), Kelly McCreary (Maggie Pierce), Chris Carmack (Atticus “Link” Lincoln), Jake Borelli (Levi Schmitt ), Richard Flood (Cormac Hayes) and Anthony Hill (Winston Ndugu), among others.

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Denzel Washington Opens Up About ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Incident With Ellen Pompeo https://phrynosoma.org/denzel-washington-opens-up-about-greys-anatomy-incident-with-ellen-pompeo/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/denzel-washington-opens-up-about-greys-anatomy-incident-with-ellen-pompeo/ During an episode of his podcast in September, Grey’s Anatomy Star Ellen Pompeo shared a story where she confronted Denzel Washington while he was on set to direct an episode of the medical drama. Pompeo had criticism at the time for how she stood out in history, and in a new interview with VarietyWashington weighed […]]]>

During an episode of his podcast in September, Grey’s Anatomy Star Ellen Pompeo shared a story where she confronted Denzel Washington while he was on set to direct an episode of the medical drama. Pompeo had criticism at the time for how she stood out in history, and in a new interview with VarietyWashington weighed in on the situation.

When asked if they had been in a screaming match on set, Washington replied “no, no” while claiming he had no recollection of the incident in question. However, the outlet reported that Macbeth’s Tragedy star gave a “slight smile” and added, “But it’s fine.”

Washington was directing the Season 12 episode “The Sound of Silence,” when they began to object to Pompeo’s additional direction of another actor — which didn’t sit well with the two-time Oscar winner. “I was like, ‘Look at me when you’re apologizing. Look at me.’ And it wasn’t in the dialogue. And Denzel made ham out of my a—” she told her former co-star Patrick Dempsey on her podcast. Tell Me with Ellen Pompeo. “He was like, ‘I’m the director. Don’t tell him what to do.’ I was like, ‘Listen, mom, this is my show, this is my set. Who are you telling?'”

She added, “So we didn’t come out easy, but they’re actors for you. Passionate and fiery and that’s where you get the magic.” The actress added that she and Denzel eventually reconciled. Dempsey hit it off with his former co-star on the episode of his podcast.

“You live in that emotion all day, so things can trigger you very quickly, so it’s very difficult to keep that boil, that emotion so that it’s accessible — especially on TV because you have to kick it — that you’re raw all day, and it’s important to create the right atmosphere on set where you’re safe to be able to do that,” he said in response.

Dempsey then shared that he had his own history with Denzel. the Delighted The star says he stumbled across Washington while on a trip to make sets for a breakfast burrito on the wrong tray. “He’s like, ‘Hey man, you’re on the wrong set, this isn’t your set. Get out of here,'” he shared. “And then he looked at me and he winked at me and he just gave me s— in a good way but scared me to death because he gave me the look of Denzel Washington.”

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New muscle layer discovered in the jaw https://phrynosoma.org/new-muscle-layer-discovered-in-the-jaw/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/new-muscle-layer-discovered-in-the-jaw/ The newly discovered muscle layer extends from the back of the cheekbone to the anterior muscle process of the lower jaw. (S= superficial layer, D= deep layer, C= coronoid layer). Credit: Jens. C. Türp, University of Basel / UZB Human anatomy still has a few surprises in store for us: researchers from the University of […]]]>

The newly discovered muscle layer extends from the back of the cheekbone to the anterior muscle process of the lower jaw. (S= superficial layer, D= deep layer, C= coronoid layer). Credit: Jens. C. Türp, University of Basel / UZB

Human anatomy still has a few surprises in store for us: researchers from the University of Basel have discovered a previously unknown part of our jaw muscles and have described this layer in detail for the first time.

The masseter muscle is the most prominent of the jaw muscles. If you place your fingers on the back of your cheeks and press your teeth together, you will feel the muscle tighten. Anatomy textbooks usually describe the masseter as consisting of a superficial part and a deep part.

Now, researchers led by Dr. Szilvia Mezey from the Department of Biomedicine at the University of Basel and Prof. Jens Christoph Türp from the University Center for Dentistry Basel (UZB) have described the structure of the masseter muscle as consisting of a additional third, even deeper layer. In the scientific journal annals of anatomy, they propose to name this layer Musculus masseter pars coronidea – in other words, the coronoid section of the masseter – because the newly described muscular layer is attached to the muscular process (or “coronoid”) of the lower jaw.

The anatomical study was based on a detailed examination of formalin-fixed jaw musculature, computer tomograms and analysis of stained tissue sections from deceased people who had donated their bodies to science. This was in addition to MRI data from a living person.

As if a new animal species had been discovered

“This deep section of the masseter muscle is clearly distinct from the other two layers in terms of course and function,” says Mezey. The arrangement of muscle fibers, she says, suggests that this layer is involved in stabilizing the lower jaw. It also appears to be the only part of the masseter that can pull the lower jaw back, i.e. towards the ear.

A look at historical anatomy studies and textbooks reveals that the structure of the masseter muscle has raised questions in the past. In a previous edition of Grey’s Anatomy, from the year 1995, the editors also describe the masseter muscle as having three layers, although the cited studies are based on the jaw musculature of other species and partly contradict each other.

Other individual studies from the early 2000s also reported three layers, but they divided the superficial section of the masseter into two layers and agreed with standard work in their description of the deeper section.

“Given these conflicting descriptions, we wanted to examine the structure of the masseter muscle again in depth,” says Türp. “Although it is generally accepted that anatomical research over the past 100 years has left nothing unturned, our discovery is a lot like zoologists discovering a new species of vertebrate.”

Reference: “The human masseter muscle revisited: First description of its coronoid part” by Szilvia E. Mezey, Magdalena Müller-Gerbl, Mireille Toranelli and Jens Christoph Türp, December 2, 2021, Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger.
DOI: 10.1016/j.aanat.2021.151879

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Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 Episode 6 Recap https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-season-18-episode-6-recap/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-season-18-episode-6-recap/ Grey’s Anatomy Every day is a holiday (with you) Season 18 Episode 6 Editor’s Note 3 stars *** Photo: John Fleenor / ABC It’s Thanksgiving on Grey’s Anatomy! This year I’m grateful for this show because, well, watch it, here it is, season 18, attempting a really futile task: trying to make Thanksgiving exciting as […]]]>

Grey’s Anatomy

Every day is a holiday (with you)

Season 18

Episode 6

Editor’s Note

3 stars

Photo: John Fleenor / ABC

It’s Thanksgiving on Grey’s Anatomy! This year I’m grateful for this show because, well, watch it, here it is, season 18, attempting a really futile task: trying to make Thanksgiving exciting as hell. Thanksgiving isn’t an exciting holiday, okay? There are bulky sweaters and hours spent in the kitchen, followed by shoveling food down your esophagus, then watching your cousin’s husband fall asleep face down in front of your TV. None of this sets the mood for sexy evening getaways. Like, I love pie, but pie is not an exciting dessert. Want an exciting vacation, go see Valentine’s Day or Flag Day. It’s an exciting vacation. Thanksgiving is all about comfort, not sex. Well, unless you’re Meredith Gray and trapped in snowy Minnesota with your sexy boyfriend, then Thanksgiving is definitely all about sex.

After light kissing last week, Meredith and Nick have taken the “give rides to / from airport” step in their relationship. It’s a great scene! Meredith rushes to Seattle to get home in time for Thanksgiving with her kids, and Nick heads to her secluded cabin to spend the day in solitude thinking about other ways to be so lovely it hurts. physically. Just as he walks away in the snow, Meredith receives a notification regarding her flight – she isn’t going home anytime soon. She returns to her hotel and after worrying about being a bad mom like Ellis for a few minutes, puts on a plush dress and hops on the phone with her boyfriend. The roads are bad and Nick has a two hour drive, so he asks her to keep him company. They talk about a lot of things: how her Thanksgiving was ruined because of her sister, how perfect and lovely her cabin is, fingers cut in bowls of sauce. One way or another, it’s all gone. And then there’s a knock on Meredith’s door, and Nick is standing there. “Did you turn around?” ” she asks. “Yes, I turned around. Meredith is experiencing some kind of Minnesota romantic comedy fantasy as everyone in Seattle is in pain, and I think that’s fine with me.

Meredith and Nick continue their conversation about Thanksgiving room service, and it only gets deeper and more exciting. They talk a bit about how their hospital stay has changed them. Nick said when he got out that his only priorities were his niece Charlotte and surgery. Meredith clocks that were, alluding to the fact that he may have other new Seattle-type priorities. “Priorities can change,” he tells her before they start to kiss and finally take things to the next level. By that I mean the bed, of course. What a satisfying little slow-burning romance we have here. Nick then talks about going to the cabin after the snow clears, and Meredith doesn’t hesitate to say yes. Has Meredith ever looked as happy or at peace in those post-Derek years as she does now? I mean, things on Grey’s Anatomy can only be so romantic and good and light for such a long time until there is pain and suffering, but for now, let’s just be thankful for Thanksgiving sex.

Now in Seattle things are quite different. Of course, Thanksgiving Horniness ™ has also found its way to the West Coast (I’m looking at you, terrible decisions made by Amelia and Link), but most of the time things are very sad there, and it turns out to be. past. Let’s start with Megan and Farouk. It’s been three weeks since Farouk’s heart surgery, and the kid looks pretty good. He’s still in the hospital, but the end is in sight. For Thanksgiving, Megan and Teddy are going out with Farouk, and they even have an argument with Cormac for him to play a bit. Monopoly with them. Even Farouk can see that Megan and Cormac are great in each other. Alas, there is no time for Thanksgiving Horniness ™ here. Just as Megan tells her sister-in-law that she has to stand up to Ms. Hunt, who always seems to have a problem with Leo wearing dresses, Farouk codes. He suffers from heart failure. Teddy performs compressions for 30 minutes when Cormac is running and can tell it isn’t working. It’s scary, but for Farouk to have a chance of surviving he needs to be put on ECMO until they can find a heart transplant. It’s just like, You are his aunt and you are his mother and I AM HIS DOCTOR, and yet no one distinguishes it yet. Not even a nurse! It’s quite devastating, and although I can’t imagine Grey’s kill this kid, it’s gonna be a round wait for this transplant.

As all of this happens to his family, Owen has his own sad story this week. As he is about to go home with his kids and mother for Thanksgiving, Noah, our vet with pulmonary fibrosis, is brought in: he collapsed at work and he’s not doing well. It is clearly the beginning of the end. He’s upset that he’s made life so difficult for his wife and son Danny, so he asks Owen to take Danny to lighten things up for at least a few hours. They play video games and eat burgers, but Danny knows exactly what’s going on. His father is going to die. At the end, Noah tells Owen he’s tired of the pain, his and his family’s, and he wants to know when this is all over. When Owen tells him “soon” all he wants is to go home. So Owen sends Noah home to die as comfortably as he can.

Danny isn’t the only family member battling Noah’s death. His wife Heather is doing her best to make sure everything is going well for everyone. Bailey is the one who finds her trying to hide her tears in the hallway. Bailey knows that Heather is trying to be strong, but she tells him that she has the right to crack too. It’s his turn. So she leads her into a room to be alone and let everything out, whatever she has to do. Later, Webber finds Bailey broken down in an empty room: it’s her turn to let out all she feels for little Pru Miller.

Unfortunately, the catalyst for all of this happened on Station 19, but just know that Ben and Bailey have been taking care of Pru since Dean died, and then Dean’s dad shows up at Thanksgiving dinner at the train station and takes Pru away. He doesn’t care what they say Dean wanted – it’s gonna be a custody fight. Anyway, back in Gray Sloan, Bailey cries. It’s not just about the custody battle, even though Bailey is beside herself thinking about what Pru has lost. She thinks about what Danny is about to lose. And of course, she knows what it all feels like about the loss of her mother a year ago. It’s nice to see Grey’s hasn’t forgotten that Bailey is still in mourning because it’s not something that magically disappears. Webber does his best to comfort her, noting that losing a parent is “a specific kind of pain,” and while he can’t help her get what she wants at the time, all she wants is. ‘she wants is to hold Pru and tell her it’s okay, he can offer her a pie. The pie is heartwarming, after all.

• Schmitt’s mother arrives with a cooler full of Thanksgiving Day food for her son. Nico ends up sitting down with her, and while at the beginning all his discussions about Schmitt and Nico’s marriage and having babies seem to terrify him, at the end of the day Schmitt still finds him there … and he seems to be having a good time? Are Nico and Schmitt going to get married or is someone going to be heartbroken?

• Ashley’s story – a very pregnant and completely overworked woman needs her appendix removed and ends up needing a Caesarean and a hysterectomy as well – is a prime example of a major problem Grey’s seems to have these days. It is very clear that this is a woman who is afraid to ask for help and is drowning in her attempt to be everyone and everything for her family, as is the case with many women. We understand that’s what this story is about! But then, after all, Jo still preaches to the husband unaware of what society does to women and how he shouldn’t wait for his wife to ask for help, he should just do it. Is Jo wrong about all of this? No. Do we need a rhetoric on this? Also no. Trust your audience, Grey’s.

• Link saves Amelia’s solo Thanksgiving (why she’s making a full Thanksgiving meal for four kids, no one knows) and things get tough towards the end. They look at each other. She watches him fall during the family dance party. She tells him that he looks nothing like his parents. He wants to kiss her. She makes it clear that her feelings about marriage and the kids haven’t changed – they’re having sex on the couch anyway. Oh link, link, link. You’re gonna hurt yourself, man.

• Zola reading medicine books at the table ?! I’m impressed and also nervous that this show ends with Zola’s first day in Gray Sloan, which sounds satisfying, but that’s what we call in medical-TV show business “pulling a Rachel Green”. (It shows emergency done, folks.)

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Original ‘Station 19’ Cast Member Okieriete Onaodowan Leaving After ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Crossover https://phrynosoma.org/original-station-19-cast-member-okieriete-onaodowan-leaving-after-greys-anatomy-crossover/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 14:52:50 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/original-station-19-cast-member-okieriete-onaodowan-leaving-after-greys-anatomy-crossover/ Okieriete Onaodowan, an original cast member of “Station 19,” left the ABC drama on Thursday, in a crossover episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” that featured the death of his character, Dean Miller. Onaodowan stars as Dean in “Station 19,” which is currently in its fifth season since the spinoff show “Grey’s Anatomy” launched in 2018. Here’s […]]]>

Okieriete Onaodowan, an original cast member of “Station 19,” left the ABC drama on Thursday, in a crossover episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” that featured the death of his character, Dean Miller.

Onaodowan stars as Dean in “Station 19,” which is currently in its fifth season since the spinoff show “Grey’s Anatomy” launched in 2018.

Here’s the official description for the hour of “Station 19,” titled “Things We Lost in the Fire”: When Theo and Vic reach a milestone in their relationship, Vic is forced to consider her feelings about the ‘commitment. Andy takes refuge with Dean and helps care for Pruitt, while Dean considers a potential new career opportunity. Meanwhile, an explosion tears through a neighborhood and changes the lives of our firefighters forever.

It turns out that Dean was killed from injuries he sustained in that disaster (which we find out on the crossover’s “Grey’s Anatomy” time), a death that will most certainly change the lives of the remaining 19 OGs. of “Station” forever.

“It’s been a pleasure being Dean. I have Shonda Rhimes, Stacy McKee, Krista Vernoff, Paris Barclay and ABC to thank for allowing me to bring it to life,” Onaodowan said in a statement provided to TheWrap. “I am grateful to have been able to work with the most loving, kind and dedicated team on network television. And most importantly, thank you to the fans for showing Dean so much love. I hope he inspired to change your world for the better. Be the change!”

“Station 19” showrunner Krista Vernoff added in a statement, “I am a better artist and human being to have had the opportunity to work with Okieriete Onaodowan. I am heartbroken over the loss of Dean Miller and that I can no longer write for Oak. Oak has an expansive spirit and was ready and eager for new artistic horizons – and I really can’t wait to see what he does next. It will be powerful, it will be deep and it will be brave because Oak is all of that.

OKIERIETE ONAODOWAN

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ creator Shonda Rhimes tweeted after the episode on Thursday, “What a pleasure it has been to go from seeing you gracing the Broadway stage to seeing Dean in action on screen. Wishing you all the best! “

Onaodowan replied with a quote-tweet: “@shondarhimes Thank you for taking a chance and giving me the opportunity. Thank you very much. You changed my life.”

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star Sarah Drew has revealed she had ‘nightmares and panic attacks’ while filming the hospital shooting episodes, according to a new book https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-star-sarah-drew-has-revealed-she-had-nightmares-and-panic-attacks-while-filming-the-hospital-shooting-episodes-according-to-a-new-book/ Thu, 11 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-star-sarah-drew-has-revealed-she-had-nightmares-and-panic-attacks-while-filming-the-hospital-shooting-episodes-according-to-a-new-book/ Sarah Drew as April Kepner in “Sanctuary”. Danny Feld/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images “Grey’s Anatomy” aired a two-part hospital shoot episode for its season six finale. “I had nightmares and panic attacks while filming,” star Sarah Drew says in a new book. “It scares me,” recalls Michael O’Neill, who played the shooter, telling […]]]>

Sarah Drew as April Kepner in “Sanctuary”. Danny Feld/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

  • “Grey’s Anatomy” aired a two-part hospital shoot episode for its season six finale.

  • “I had nightmares and panic attacks while filming,” star Sarah Drew says in a new book.

  • “It scares me,” recalls Michael O’Neill, who played the shooter, telling Shonda Rhimes.

“Grey’s Anatomy” actress Sarah Drew had just wrapped up her first season on the hit medical drama in 2010 when the show filmed one of its most terrifying finales: the hospital shooting in season six, “Sanctuary” and “Death and All His Friends”.

In the two-part episode, a grieving widower named Gary Clark (Michael O’Neill) enters the hospital with a loaded gun, seeking revenge against Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey) and a group of doctors who he blames for the death of his wife.

Drew’s character, April Kepner, is part of the team targeted by Clark, and she has two particularly traumatic scenes in the finale. First, April slips on some blood and finds the corpse of her friend Reed (Nora Zehetner) in a medical supply closet.

Then, when she comes face to face with Clark in the hospital hallway, she must fight for her life at gunpoint by telling him intimate details of her life. “No one has loved me yet. Please, please!” April begs in the scene. Thus, Clark turns his gun on Derek again and injures him with a near-fatal blow.

Ellen Pompeo and Sarah Drew

Ellen Pompeo and Drew in “Sanctuary/”Death and All His Friends”. Danny Feld/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

Drew has revealed how psychologically traumatic the filming experience was for her in the revealing new book ‘How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey’s Anatomy’ by Entertainment Weekly editor Lynette Rice.

“I had nightmares and panic attacks while we were shooting this, even for several days after we finished,” she said.

“It was very intense and scary and difficult to go to these places and then leave them at the door and then come home and be like, ‘I’m fine, I’m fine. Nobody’s trying to kill me, I didn’t. I didn’t just watch my best friend die, I didn’t just get covered in her blood,” she continued.

Drew explained that, from his perspective, when an actor has to get into the mindset to film trauma, it “does something to your body because your body doesn’t know it’s do not happens” in real life.

Michael O'Neill, Patrick Dempsey, Sarah Drew

Grey’s Anatomy season 6 finale. Danny Feld/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

According to the book, O’Neill said he almost didn’t play the shooter because a family member was murdered. “I know what happens to families when someone is shot,” he said. “You never really get over it.”

O’Neill also reminded Rice of how he told “Grey’s Anatomy” creator and then-showrunner Shonda Rhimes “it scares me” regarding the disturbing scenes.

According to O’Neill, Rhimes told him “that scares me too”. He said his wife eventually convinced him to play the role, and he did so on the condition that his character “didn’t point a gun at a child and the character end his life at the hospital”.

“How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey’s Anatomy” is now available.

Read the original Insider article

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What Patrick Dempsey did after being Derek Shepherd in Grey’s Anatomy https://phrynosoma.org/what-patrick-dempsey-did-after-being-derek-shepherd-in-greys-anatomy/ Wed, 10 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/what-patrick-dempsey-did-after-being-derek-shepherd-in-greys-anatomy/ Grey’s Anatomy continues to air episodes and continues to star in a few scandals. In recent days it turned out that Ellen pompeo would have accepted $ 5 million to keep the The toxic and nasty attitudes of Patrick Dempsey on the set, While playing Derek berger. Many question his name today, but what relevant […]]]>

Grey’s Anatomy continues to air episodes and continues to star in a few scandals. In recent days it turned out that Ellen pompeo would have accepted $ 5 million to keep the The toxic and nasty attitudes of Patrick Dempsey on the set, While playing Derek berger. Many question his name today, but what relevant contracts has he had to improve his image?

The first project that Patrick Dempsey led after his sacking in Grey’s Anatomy to 2015 it came just a year later. It is because he knew how to give life to Jack Qwant en Bridget Jones’ baby. Available in Netflix, this film functioned as a sequel to the romantic comedy where he shared a cast with Renée Zellweger and Colin Firth. And although he appeared to pick up his pace after dropping out of the medical series, he then took another hiatus.

Justin 2018 He returned to acting and, although it is not a very long time, the truth is that it makes a difference in the career of this actor who has been continuously involved in new productions. At that time he personified Harry quebert in the series The truth about the Harry Quebert affair. The mystery fiction only featured a single 10-episode season, based on the novel of the same name by Joel dicker.

His last work on screen premiered in 2020, when he put himself in the place of Dominique Morgan and Devils, the mini-series directed by Nick Hurran and Jan Michelini in which he starred alongside Alessandro Borghi and Laia Costa. His character was the manager of a major American bank that hosts a ruthless Italian merchant. Reviews were not the best from subject matter experts.

However, a new hope grows to put his career back on top: Nice to meet you 2. Nominated for two Golden Globes and three Oscars 14 years ago, the film will now feature a sequel in Disney +. The actor will share the cast with Amy Adams, Idina Menzel and James Marsden, in addition to joining the cast as a new villain Maya rudolphWill this be the opportunity to claim your name?

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Grey’s Anatomy Welcomes First Recurring Non-Binary Doctor To Show https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-welcomes-first-recurring-non-binary-doctor-to-show/ Fri, 29 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://phrynosoma.org/greys-anatomy-welcomes-first-recurring-non-binary-doctor-to-show/ ER Fightmaster makes Grey’s Anatomy history as Dr. Kai Bartley, the series’ first non-binary recurring character. (ABC) Grey’s Anatomy chose ER Fightmaster as their first non-binary character in a recurring role, and the fans are here for it. Fightmaster first appeared in Episode Three of Season 18 as the non-binary neuroscientist, Dr. Kai Bartley, who […]]]>

ER Fightmaster makes Grey’s Anatomy history as Dr. Kai Bartley, the series’ first non-binary recurring character. (ABC)

Grey’s Anatomy chose ER Fightmaster as their first non-binary character in a recurring role, and the fans are here for it.

Fightmaster first appeared in Episode Three of Season 18 as the non-binary neuroscientist, Dr. Kai Bartley, who has now become a recurring character.

Kai first appeared as Dr. Meredith Gray (Ellen Pompeo) was invited to visit a well-funded Minnesota hospital. The hospital team wanted Meredith to be part of their team trying to cure Parkinson’s disease, and they asked neurosurgeon Amelia Shepherd (Caterina Scorsone) to join them on the trip to help her out. decide on their career choice.

As it turned out, Kai was part of the Minnesota research team and Amelia was familiar with their work. Meredith and Amelia eventually join the team and will split their time between Minnesota and Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital – the fictional Seattle hospital where Grey’s Anatomy is based.

Kai is “dedicated to their craft and extremely talented at what they do,” according to ABC’s character description. They are also “confident as hell” and “able to make even the most detailed and mundane science look horny and cool.”

ABC also hinted that Kai and Amelia “will grow closer to their mutual love for medicine and the brain.”

Grey’s Anatomy fans have already figured out the character chemistry after the few scenes Kai and Amelia shared on the show – and they’re really looking forward to the duo ‘bonding’.

Variety reported that this is the first time a non-binary actor has played a doctor on the show. However, Grey’s Anatomy has had LGBT + portrayal in the past as trans actor Alex Blue Davis played Surgical Resident Casey Parker from Season 14-16.

Non-binary actor Sara Ramirez previously starred in the series.

Grey’s Anatomy Also included a trans storyline in Season 14 with trans actor Candis Cayne playing a patient who visited Gray Sloan for a vaginoplasty.

Fightmaster debuted as part of Chicago’s famous Second City Theater, which has a notable jumping off point for many famous comedians and actors like Bill Murray, Steve Carell, Tina Fey, and many more.

The non-binary actor is best known for his role as Emily on Hulu’s Acute and like Alexis in the Showtime series Work in progress.

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