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'Grey's Anatomy' Season 8 Episode 17 'One Step Too Far'
Derek asks Meredith to work with him in neuro again; Catherine Avery (Debbie Allen) comes back to Seattle Grace and takes an interest in Richard; Cristina becomes increasingly suspicious of Owen; Morgan may be falling for Alex.
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Cristina and Owen are now in couples therapy and it's not going well. Cristina watches Owen interact with a nurse named Emily and it looks like she’s flirting with him. He’s been working late hours and Emily's schedule seems to coincide with Owen’s.
Advertisement Cristina voices her fear that Owen is cheating on her to Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), who asks if she has proof, and Cristina tells her no, it’s just a feeling. When Owen refuses to be intimate with her in the on-call room, she gets really worried. She searches frantically through his things at home for some sort of evidence, but has to stop when he comes in. She jumps into bed and pretends to be asleep.
Meredith’s voiceover mentions listening to the voice inside, that almost always turns out to be right. Is Cristina right about Owen cheating?
Cristina Yang is known for her often brazen confidence and somewhat cold and self-absorbed demeanor. As this storyline progresses, Cristina’s fear and desperation is more and more visible. This vulnerable, human side of Cristina is perfectly drawn and rarely seen.
It is heartbreaking to watch this couple, who have such tremendous chemistry fall apart. Sandra Oh is delivering some of her strongest performances as Cristina fights to hold onto Owen and their marriage.
It appears as if Owen may be the one thing that means more to Cristina than medicine. Is she going to lose him in realizing this too late? And, if he is cheating on her, will that be the final straw that breaks them apart for good?
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Not all scenes get the storyboard treatment, but this one, called "The Prize," closely matches the scene as it appears in the completed film.
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About casting, you've assembled a great cast, can you tell us about that process?
Yeah, Imogen [Poots] was always kind of top of the list...we did a Skype call and that was it, she was pretty much there and that was brilliant. And then we had Shaheen Baig casting it, who's fantastic. She put me in touch with Craig [Roberts] and she put me in touch with Josef Altin ["Game of Thrones"] who played Clegg brilliantly. He's an amazing find. And then I was just really super lucky. Tim [Spall] is in a crowd of actors who get a lot of scripts and don't need to do stuff. So that's bad news for little films like mine. Really bad news because they have their stripes and they don’t need to do this stuff. And I got this brilliant phone call, Tim was on his boat, he travels around the country with his wife on this boat, making this documentary. And I had this lovely phone call where he rang up and said, "Yeah, yeah, I really like this, let's do it." Kevin [McKidd] kind of needed convincing but liked the script and we talked about it a lot. He slummed it, he came over and lived in a little flat in London and did it. So I was really lucky.
Kevin's is one of the trickier roles, I'd imagine, to cast and also to write?
Well you've definitely hit upon a truth there, which is that he was the character that I developed the most, with Kevin. He's the threat. So it was interesting to build a character who is just ostensibly a black character. There's no real light shining from this guy, he killed people, he's happy killing people, whatever. But as this thing develops ...something’s got inside of him, some of the light got through this chink in the armor and so does the girl.
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McKidd mulls song choices
Generous: Kevin McKidd is donating proceeds to charity
Kevin McKidd is donating everything he makes from a forthcoming album of traditional Scottish songs to the Save The Children charity.
The actor, who plays chief of surgery Dr Owen Hunt on TV drama Grey’s Anatomy, rented a house with friends, including music producer Nick Lloyd Webber, close to his birthplace in Elgin, Scotland, to record 29 numbers — although he told me just 15 tracks made the final cut on the LP known as the Speyside Sessions.
McKidd has lived in the valley district of Los Angeles with his wife and two children for five years while shooting the hit hospital drama, but he likes to return to his native land as often as he can.
When I saw him in downtown LA on Wednesday, he told me - in between signing autographs for teenage girls - that the songs on the album include Charlie Is My Darling, John Anderson, My Jo and Both Sides Of The Tweed.
But what about Mull of Kintyre?
‘We only considered songs over 100 years old,’ McKidd said, laughing as he mildly dissed the song Paul McCartney and Denny Laine wrote in the late Seventies. It wasn’t ancient enough!’
The actor has been busy shooting new episodes of Grey’s Anatomy, which is about to plunge him into a highly controversial storyline - but you won’t get any spoilers from me.
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To celebrate the commemoration of all things cool in this week's issue, we decided to trace the evolution of that tricky concept – cool – through the medium of cinema.
So, without further ado, we present for your fair delectation the 30 coolest films of all time.
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