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About Last Night…9-1-1, GHOSTS, GREY’S ANATOMY, and More

April 5, 2024 by  


GREY’S ANATOMY – “Baby Can I Hold You” – Dr. Arizona Robbins returns to Grey Sloan for a particularly complicated case. The interns are interrogated about their past mistakes, while Teddy is eager to return to work after her health scare. THURSDAY, APRIL 4 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT) on ABC. (Disney/Bonnie Osborne) JESSICA CAPSHAW, CHANDRA WILSON

Let’s talk about Thursday night’s TV!

NEXT LEVEL CHEF: Well, in a team challenge, it certainly seems like having more members should be an advantage…but when they don’t talk, it all goes down the drain. (Three people making fried items? A rookie mistake.) The teams being decimated next week should make things interesting…

9-1-1: The extended 9-1-1/BACHELOR crossover was absolutely ridiculous, and yet not even the most unintentionally hilarious part of the hour. (That would be the very blatant Amazon Prime moment, which made me laugh so hard I couldn’t breathe.)

On a serious note, so frequently we see queerbaiting on network shows, and I fully expected Buck and/or Eddie to remain in that category. This is obviously just the start of the story, but I’m so glad they’re actually exploring Buck’s sexuality. Fingers crossed they give this storyline the respect it deserves.

(I was a little worried Athena and Bobby would be shortchanged in the milestone episode given how long it took for the series to show them this week, but Angela Bassett in particular had some great scenes.)

GHOSTS: An uneven episode, unfortunately. I appreciated the Trevor’s brother storyline, but I kind of wish we had gotten a little deeper with that and what it meant for Trevor himself. We really, mostly, got the bulk of his stuff when he realized why his brother didn’t want to work at the family business.

I didn’t love the Thor-Pete-Carol of it all. I get what they were trying to go for, but there’s a weird in-between spot we’re in with the show: The ghosts think Flower is gone, but we as the audience know she’s trapped in a well. But it seems like the characters have all moved on/are largely ignoring the absence, which makes some subplots harder to navigate than others. Thor didn’t really do anything wrong—even if he could have made his point to protect Pete without allegedly sleeping with Carol—but it just feels like they went a little too far with all of it, especially given how desperately he was trying to find/get Flower back a few episodes ago.

GREY’S ANATOMY: I actually like the interns, but them not being awed at history?! Disrespectful.

I did love the Arizona/Bailey pep talk we got, though, because sometimes it takes someone who knew a different version of you to break through a wall. Ditto the great Teddy/Richard scenes.  (Also really appreciated the Amelia/Lucas scene at the end; he’s newer to the canvas, but since he’s her nephew—and we know her history—it held weight.)

A really solid episode, though.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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