Army vet Dr. Hunt perhaps is a little too good. Brother at one critical juncture flaunts a bit of battlefield bravado, a decision that one of the women in his life isn’t too keen about.
an you say how many regular or recurring characters get shot in the first hour of the ‘Grey’s’ finale? And do you see any sign that the Owen-Cristina-Teddy triangle will finally be resolved? – Kelly
Well damn, one regular and one recurring take a bullet each within the first 10 minutes. Not long after that, I lost count of the shootings. As for the triangle from hell, it is steamrolling in a certain direction by the end of the first hour.
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What has Kevin Told us about the Finale ...
As you wrap up this season of Grey's, what can you tell the fans about Owen and Cristina?
Well, people are worried about Owen and Cristina breaking up, right? The thing that people have to remember is that even if they do, it might create situations where Cristina and Owen act together even more. People have been going, "Why haven't we seen more of you guys together?" But in a way, [a breakup] should make people less anxious. The feeling I get is that people in the writing room are really invested in [the Owen and Cristina] relationship, whether they are in a relationship or not. In a broken-up relationship there can be more interesting stories to tell.
I know you can't say much at all about what happens with Owen in the season finale, or the outcome of the love triangle, but can you tell us whether you spend more screen time with Sandra (Cristina) or Kim (Teddy) in the two-hour season ender?
Hmmm…In all honesty, I'd say over the two hours it's 50/50. It's more Teddy in the first hour, and more Cristina in the second hour.
source Kirsten Eonline (read full article here)
“It’s pretty intense, and kind of action-packed. Which is unusual for Grey’s, because it’s kind of a relationship drama. But suddenly it gets kind of fuel-injected, it’s a pretty high-octane end to the season.”
source ontheredcarpet.com (read full article here)