Private Practice 6 Seasons 2010

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Season 3
(72) IMDb 7.9/10
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14. Love Bites TV-14 CC

Naomi refuses to take part in planning Maya's wedding.

Starring:
Kate Walsh, Tim Daly
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
February 11, 2010

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With Prime membership it is a great watch...
P. Burns
This was a great season - this wonderful show will surely be missed!
Coni Moore
Sometimes too predictable, but still enjoy it!
Jean Ihrig

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Alex on August 25, 2010
Format: DVD
I've watched this season on live TV and followed it since the main character Addison left Seattle Grace (Grey's Anatomy) and lived in LA. Now I admit that the first season of Private Practice wasn't as amazing as it should have been following in the large footsteps of Grey's Anatomy. However, it was good enough to stand up on it's own.

The second season really didn't explore too much of the characters and focused more on the medical cases and those sort of stories which did make it good but the characters seemed somewhat shallow and hard to watch sometimes since we couldn't understand their intentions.

However, this season pulls us MUCH more into the character's history and actually lays down a whole case for everyone. Everyone had their shining moment and story which were pretty well written in my opinion and was much better than the previous two seasons. Especially jumping off Season two's cliffhanger. In my opinion, it was a strong show but there were times where I wished there was more.

I'm still a loyal fan and watcher.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Garrett swann on January 10, 2011
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I only started watching this show out of boredom along with Grays Anatomy, but I fell in love with this one and dropped the other.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By kristen3 on January 20, 2014
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I have fallen in love with Private Practice but it would be nice to know what happens after season 3 episode 6. Aparrently amazon cuts contracts to shows without notifying the customer that it is no longer included in prime. I am NOT paying the $80 plus 1.99 per episode or buying each season. Looks like amazon has lost my business, unless this show returns to prime before my year is up I will not be renewing.
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In 2007, Shonda Rhimes (creator/executive producer of "Grey's Anatomy" and writer of "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement") developed a spin-off of "Grey's Anatomy" titled "Private Practice" based on the life of Dr. Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh). For the most part, "Private Practice" Season One lasted about nine episodes and received a so/so reception from fans.

For the second season, viewers were promised a much more exciting season and sure enough, Shondra Rhimes and crew were able to take the series to different heights this time around.

The premise of the series is that Dr. Addison Montgomery has left Seattle Grace Hospital and moved to California to work for a private practice, Oceanside Wellness Center. In the first season, Dr. Addison Montgomery had to win the respect of her fellow doctors and relationships were examined in the first season.

In the second season, Oceanside Wellness Center is not exactly in the best circumstances as the center faces major financial problems, a new rival practice trying to steal their clients, more relationship problems and drama, cross-over episodes with "Grey's Anatomy" and to cap things off, a dark and twisted season finale that viewers were probably not expecting.

For the third season, "Private Practice" was all about personal challenges and taking things up a notch. For Addison, we know that her promiscuity comes from her father and she knows she has to deal with it. This season, she finds herself in more complication situations and also having to decide where she stands with Pete and Sam.

Naomi is also put into an interesting situation as her move to another center tests her friendship with Addison but also her business/personal relationships with the men she works with.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fred Nelmes on January 28, 2014
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I began watching this season of Private Practice on my Amazon Prime account when it was abruptly taken off of Prime. What I was able to watch I enjoyed. Would like to have it and Grey's Anatomy back on Prime. Please do so soon!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MyRapunzal on November 30, 2011
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Private Practice is great- this season was GREAT and it is definitely worth a watch.

However, after I ordered this from Amazon and watched through it when I went to "sell it back" to Amazon Trade-In it was denied. It returned under the "unauthorized edition" policy which states that the disc or contents are not the originals released by the publisher. I was really disappointed that Amazon would sell me this kind of version. I will think twice before ordering season 4 through them or any other box sets. Amazon really dropped the ball on this.
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By Addison on September 21, 2010
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Private Practice is an amazing show. I recommend it to anyone that is into drama - TV. I am a huge Grey's Anatomy fan - and I have been since season one, but I think that my favorite has now switched over to Private Practice as of the 3rd season of the spinoff. The writers for this show create very intricate plots - there are many parallels between the patients' lives and the doctors' lives in each episode. The only complaint I have is the "recycling" of actors. Because Grey's and Private Practice occasionally have cross-over episodes, they remain connected, and it can make the show seem less real for die-hard fans when an actor plays a timid bird watcher patient on Grey's one season, and appears as a child molester on Private Practice the next. That of course is the TV biz I suppose. Ah well, it is still a fantastic show! Can't wait for season 4!
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By Avid Reader on September 11, 2014
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I love this show. I've just gotten to season 3 and I plan to watch all seasons. I HATE Naomi, especially the way she treated her daughter, but Audra McDonald is a great actress to make me believe her enough to thoroughly dislike the person she plays. But Paul Adelstein and Amy Brenneman are so unbelievable in their characters that I simply cannot watch them anymore - I'm starting to fast forward through their scenes. Shonda Rhimes is creating some of the best television ever, but these two actors are the worst casting of any show she's done.
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