My favorite part of the epsiode was the tension between Izzie and George. That was great. Well written. I beleive that Izzie is like me: she just wants to make sure he's happy and doing good. That\'s why she wants to know where he was living and how she was skeptical of Callie (and slightly still is as most fans are). They really haven't developed Callie that much- she's developed more on the Nurse's blog www.seattlegracehospital.com saying that she has had a crush on George for awhile even back when he operated on that patient in the elevator. Who knew? I didn't. The verdict is still out on how I like Callie as a character, but as long as George is happy, I'm happy.
Next, Addison. I felt so bad for her! She did what the patient wanted and got in trouble for it (thanks to Alex) and the patient didn't have enough courage to speak up on Addison's behalf after Addison went out of her way to fulfill her wishes. Some people are....horrible. Anyways, I've always felt bad for Addison. She did try to get her marriage back on track. Even though she was the one that cheated on Derek, we have learned that Derek pulled away emotionally first and that she was lonely.
As for Alex, he was horrible tonight. He has become just plain hateful. By the way, he violated HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Privacy Act, he needs reprimanded. If viewers don't find out soon the reason Alex has been on such a downturn lately (if there is a reason) I am ready to write him off.
Derek and Meredith. I am probably going to be criticized for saying this, but I don't care whether they end up together or not. BUT....I do have to say that Derek's look to her when he took Doc back to Finn was uncalled for- way too judgmental.
Burke's scenes, especially the last were great and revealing. It was surprising to hear how he got to where he is now.
I am so appreciative of this show, it makes Sundays more bearable- instead of worrying about school and work the next day I am completely wrapped up in yet another great episode.