So, “Grey’s Anatomy” has been pretty morose lately. Rather than recap the last two episodes, I thought I would examine a bit how the show has shifted this season into something new and fresh, and what the timeline looks like for the series’ inevitable close.
The winter finale of HTGAWM opens with Annalise packing Sam’s stuff and kicking him to the curb, enraged that he knew about Lila’s pregnancy and lied to her once again. Sam insists that he did not kill Lila, saying that he’s not a violent person. But Annalise tells him that “everyone’s violent given the chance,” and Sam proves it within the next five minutes.
“Nobody’s memory is perfect or complete.” These words both open the “Grey’s Anatomy” winter finale and come toward the end. This show is certainly delving into its past this season, and as promised it really is the season of Meredith. Get your tissues ready, folks:
In what was most likely a necessary episode for anyone who didn’t watch “Private Practice,” we got a deeper look into Derek and Amelia’s backstory, particularly Amelia’s drug-riddled past as news spread through the hospital like a dangerous virus (which has totally happened on this show before). Get your scrub caps on: