I used to watch Grey’s Anatomy a million years ago. I remember McDreamy. I remember the Asian doctor whose relationship ended sadly. I don’t remember much else, or why I stopped watching. I don’t recall actually breaking up with Grey’s specifically, I think we just grew apart and sort of consciously uncoupled in an amicable way. But now, it seems weird not to tune in to all three Shondaland shows on Thursday nights. I like it again. But it is still like when you hang out with your girlfriend and she is watching her soap opera and you don’t know any of the backstory on anyone. Was it just me or did the whole mystery sister/daughter line just sort of go away? Did I miss something? Did the love child doctor just leave forever? Last night I was just getting in to the lesbian marital problems storyline and now they are going to break up? Someone is actually named Arizona? I’m still going to watch this for a while, but I feel like I need a friends chart.
This show was just starting to get better and now, after last night’s show I don’t know what to think. Why is Fitz so quick to believe Poppa Pope over Jake? Why is Cyrus telling Liv that he saw proof positive when we know Jake didn’t kill the kid or Harrison? Is Shonda really going to kill off Jake? I also didn’t get the OPA case this week. I don’t understand who the bad guys are that were responsible for killing Kaitlin and Faith. I guess the one guy was Kaitlin’s dad? Why do we care about Olivia’s friends legal issues? Are we trying to get back to OPA doing their own cases that don’t have anything to do with B613, or Fitz, or Poppa Pope or am I missing the connection? What’s the deal with “the key?”
I’m not pleased with the Huck storyline. Do you think Quinn will eventually talk to the wife and confirm his story? Will he ever get to see his kid? Quinn seems to be HBIC at OPA at the moment. She seems like the only one not distracted by her own issues.
How to Get Away With Murder
This episode did very little to help move the overall plotline forward. The only really interesting thing about the procedural case this week was how into it Laurel was. Why was Laurel so interested in getting the boy off who shot his abusive father who was a cop? What is her secret that connects her to the case? Why is Frank so desperately into Laurel? He’s supposed to make a habit of screwing students. Why is Laurel so special?
The main thing that happened this week is that Wes turned against Annalise and toward Rebecca. Rebecca seems to think that Sam and Annalise are “working together.” Which is not exactly true, but Annalise is covering for her husband at this point. She clearly was not in on it at the time. This is the beginning of Wes and Rebecca becoming closer. And it is also the beginning of Rebecca going into hiding. She seems to be hiding from Sam. Which leads us to believe she probably did kill Sam.
We also find out that Bonnie’s little trip to the police station last episode caused Nate to get fired and he is no longer on the force. Nate blames Annalise for this despite Bonnie keeping her in the dark. It’s also clear that Bonnie’s loyalty lies with Sam moreso than Annalise. I have a feeling that Bonnie might have been tailing Nate at Sam’s request.
In the flashback this week we get more info on Frank and Laurel. Frank lied to Laurel about something and I think it has to do with Sam. He tells her he will do anything to make things up to her, but she says it’s too late. Too late because Sam is dead?
Sorry for the lack of detailed recaps. I just didn’t really get into #TGIT last night. I mean it was enjoyable but there really isn’t that much to report. I was left more confused than I was last week…
So explain it to me?