Grey's Anatomy: Season 2 Uncut
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Romance also remained key to the staff at Seattle Grace: Steely Cristina (Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh) softens, to her great dismay, as her relationship with Dr. Burke (Isaiah Washington) gets serious; Izzie (Katherine Heigl) pairs up, then breaks up, with Alex (Justin Chambers, the villain of the cast if you had to name one) before falling in love with flirty, tender heart patient Denny (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Derek and estranged wife Addison (Kate Walsh, who somehow managed to win over Meredith-McDreamy fans despite being the Other Woman) make attempts at fixing their marriage, and Dr. Bailey (Chandra Wilson, easily a standout) tries to balance a medical career with mommyhood. Even George finds a new love with orthopedic surgeon Callie (Sara Ramirez). The season wraps up with a weeper of a two-part finale, set at the hospital during a "prom" (it's complicated). But with the fancy gowns and tuxes, tears and romantic tension, leading to a crossroads for Meredith and Derek, you can bet the episodes are a delight for any Grey's fan. The show also continues to rely heavily on narration (not a good thing) and soundtracks (a good thing), using tracks from artists before they hit it big (KT Tunstall, Brandi Carlisle, Snow Patrol).
On the DVD
Four of the episodes get an extended treatment, though the tag line "too steamy for television!" is overreaching a bit. Oh is the only actor to turn up on a commentary, which is otherwise just the writers and producers congratulating each other. Walsh turns up the charm in "The Doctors are In," in which characters answer fans' questions, but Chambers appears noticeably drab and disinterested. Despite "Uncut" being in the title, the special features aren't anything you'll be watching again and again. Save that rewind button for the show itself. --Ellen A. Kim
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*Three Extended Episodes: Exclusive to the DVD are scenes too steamy for TV.
*Fan Roundtable: favorite "Grey's Anatomy" actors answer fans' most burning questions.
*And Much More
Grey's Anatomy is bone-deep funny, gritty, achingly tender--and it's set to absolutely incredible music (which you should buy as well). How's that for television? I actually dread the last few minutes of the show knowing it'll be over, and there's not much on television I can say that about.
I'd gnaw off my own finger to get to write this show every week.
Doctors chide and insult each other and parade their sexual escapades and love frustrations in front of their patients, occasionally as a patient keels over from lack of attention. If you think these doctors are busy, my Lord . . . can you imagine the workload in the legal department? (There's got to be another whole drama concept sitting there ripe for the picking.)
After a season and a half of this, why was I still surprised when the comely intern Izzie climbed into bed alongside a patient and giggled as he talked about groping her? Sure, she knows her supervisor would disapprove. But, hey . . . what self-respecting intern could be expected to subordinate their own needs and desires to professional ethics? Can you believe those ponderous old bureaucrats who still preach such quaint notions to people as important as DOCTORS? And Alex, that hunky little pack of randy medical manliness . . . why should anyone of his elevated sense of self-serving ethics have to obey orders not to spout off condescending insults to patients? The truth shall make you free. His truth, anyway.
These aren't just interns. They are hip TV interns. And this isn't just a hospital. It's home to these hipsters. And it's an anything-goes type of home where an orthopedic doctor lives in a basement storeroom, just because she wants to.Read more ›
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I like this program as the characters are believable, there is humor, action plus emotional situations.Published 22 days ago by Kindle Customer
Love it, matter fact I'm buying all the seasons, I have now until 8 and want to buy more .Published 2 months ago by Antonio
My wife loves this show and forces me to watch it every once in awhile. I think it's depressing. Someone always dies or is going through a horrible trauma. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Swimming-Rabbit
After watching the first season, I needed to see the second season. I ordered a used DVD set and it was in perfect condition. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer