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Addison continued her struggle between the men in her life. Her heart and head are never in the same place. She keeps giving Sam a chance but the viewers, myself included just don't feel it. Sam and Addison don't want the same things. Addison's journey to have a baby was beautiful and she finally got what she wanted. She should choose Jake and be happy with him and baby Henry.
Sam should just leave the practice and find happiness elsewhere. His character has become irritating. His story arc with his bipolar sister was excellently written and acted but the finale once again made me dislike Sam.
Pete & Violet: OH MY GOD! They made Pete annoying, the viewer is turned off by him every time he argues with Violet. Violet, too has not done anything worth mentioning this season besides hooking up with a paramedic. Now that Tim Daly has been fired from the show, hopefully Violet divorces Pete and just concentrates on raising Lucas.
Sheldon once again was hugely underused, Brian Benben is a terrific actor. Hopefully he is well used next season. A hookup with Amelia would not hurt.
Amelia was the star this season. Her story arcs were beautifully heartbreaking this season. From her drug addiction to her donating her brainless baby's organs, she was a rockstar. Caterina Scorsone deserves an Emmy!
CharCoop: The most loveable characters on the show. As opposite of what I initially thought, I grew to love Erica and Mason as characters.Read more ›
I really enjoyed Amelia's storyline this year as they brought her character more into focus and her problem(s) with addiction. Her story-line was a real tear-jerker.
There were a lot of rules and laws broken this season by the different doctors, which was heartbreaking as a lot of them were questioning their own morality and the decisions they had to make was between doing what the law said is 'right' and what your heart says is 'right'.
If you like the show, this is a definite see!!
I was pleasantly surprised with the quality and depth of relationships that has evolved. Addison (Kate Walsh) is particularly appealing in her struggles in her personal life whilst carrying on her demanding medical career. Benjamin Bratt's introduction into the series really added to it. Great seeing him play this more serious role.
Most of the other characters and their intermingled profession/personal lives are all very watchable and believable.
I thoroughly enjoyed it and will look out for the next season.
YEP do yourself a favor and BUY all the series and go on this remarkable journey with the amazing cast of Private Practice!!
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The only reason I bought this was because Stephen Amell was in 7 episodes and the only reason I gave it 5 stars is because of his performance.Published 4 months ago by Tina Patane
This product arrived quickly and in brand new condition as promised. I have watched all discs, including the special features, and I didn't encounter any scratches or blips. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chocolover 19
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