Jake - Giant unruly drunk guy, built like a Hulk. He's very angry with the people at the convention for lining up on his lawn and blocking his driveway every year. He sees a girl nearby (Tia) and yells that he's gonna have them arrested. He tries to get to the girl. Next scene, Dr. Smith and some nurses are trying to get Jake to calm down. Jake is pushing them away, trying to leave. He knocks over a tray, and pushes away a security guard and Dr. White. A concerned patient (Carter) from the next bed tries to calm him down, but Jake grabs his crutch, causing him to fall to the ground. Jake starts kicking him in the ribs and face.
Tia (22) - Sits in the waiting room, holding an ice-pack to a gash on her head. She tells a nurse that Jake threw a beer bottle at her, and this is when Jake enters the room and heads towards her. A doctor cuts him off before he can reach her. Next scene, Bob and Tia are waiting to get scans. Dr. Smith says he's not familiar with ewoks, and leaves. Tia scoffs that they're only featured in one of the highest grossing film franchises in history.
Carter (22) - Dressed as an ewok. Dr. Smith is examining him (knees and ankles), and wants him to take a X-Ray. When Carter asks if he's going to walk again, Dr. Smith says no. Carter is shocked, then Dr. Smith says he's just joking and he only has a few broken toes. Carter asks if he can get a cast for that. Next scene, Dr. Smith holds up Carter's X-rays, says he's just going to tape up the broken toes and he can go home. Dr. Smith asks about his costume, and Carter eagerly explains what ewoks are. Dr. Smith (Alex) says he stopped caring 10 minutes ago. Carter then points to a doctor (Dr. Johnson) and says she looks just like the Dothraki Princess. He clearly has a crush on her. Next scene, Carter comes back to the ER, pretending to need an exam, but is really trying to see Dr. Johnson again. Dr. Smith says he could give him her number, and they have more in common than he thinks. Carter tries to get himself admitted, but Dr. Smith refuses. He then says he has chest pains, which means legally Dr. Smith has to admit him for observation. Next scene, Jake tears out of bed, Carter tries to help, but is attacked instead.
Keith and Greg (both 30) - Keith is wheeled in, bloody, bandaged, totally beat up. Greg runs in with him and only has a few cuts. He clutches a large toy, still in its box. They were fighting with 500 other people to get to the toy, when Keith fell (tripped by another kid on purpose) and was trampled over. He also lost his ear in the chaos. Keith says that at least they got the hover craft (the toy Greg was holding). Greg holds the box protectively, and says that he got the hover craft. Keith yells at Greg to not leave with the toy, Greg says it's not his and he fought for it. Next scene, Dr. Smith and Greg arrive and Greg announces he found Keith's ear in the dumpster. Keith asks about the toy and Greg has sold it. Keith lunges toward Greg but screams out in pain. Next scene, Dr. Smith examines Keith's new ear and declares he should have minimal scarring. Greg walks into the room, and explains that he sold the toy so he can pay off his medical bills, and that he did it for Keith. Keith softens, asks how much he sold it for, Greg answers $7500. Keith says he got ripped off, but the friends are going to be fine.
Grey's Anatomy - Episode 8.03 - Casting Call
Heißt bei den Amis Angst das Gleiche wie bei uns, oder meinen die damit was anderes?
Und was Callie/Arizona angeht, diese Storyline ist inzwischen so unnötig wie ein Kropf!
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Darsteller: Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl
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How will Owen balance being the new Chief and his problems with Cristina on Grey's Anatomy? — Tara
NATALIE: Since Derek and Meredith are also on the outs, Owen will turn to Derek in his time of need. "Derek and Owen are dealing with the twisted sisters — Meredith and Cristina — who are very connected and very similar in a way," Kevin McKidd tells us. "So, they try to get away from the women a bit more. Owen starts helping Derek build his house, so they bond over that and the manliness of being outdoors and carrying wheelbarrows full of rocks. It's a way for them to decompress from all the pressure."
Will Mark try to win Lexie back on Grey's Anatomy? — Jane
NATALIE: No. "With all the philandering over the past few seasons, people have forgotten or lost sight of the fact that Mark Sloan is one of the most-talented plastic surgeons in the country," Eric Dane tells us. Still, things will get complicated when Mark mentors Jackson, as he once did Alex when he was dating Lexie. "It's the same set of circumstances, so we're going to find out if Sloan is a good teacher or not," he says. "He sees that Lexie really likes Jackson and that Jackson is a good guy, so it's more a situation that if you break her heart, I'll break your face."
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Question: Do you possibly have any Grey’s Anatomy spoilers about April? —Aimee
Ausiello: Shonda Rhimes confirms that Sarah Drew’s real-life pregnancy will not be incorporated into April’s storyline — for obvious reasons. “We would have to de-virginize April really fast,” she laughs. “Sarah’s due in January or February so that would be a little extreme.” That said, Rhimes isn’t ruling out the possibility of sex for April this season. “I’m hopeful,” she says. “My fingers are crossed that April finally gets some.” Not that she’ll have much time for a personal life given her new position as chief resident. “Watching April try to be in charge of Cristina and Alex and Jackson is a pretty impossible task, and it’s made for comedy,” laughs Rhimes. “It’s one of the funniest things we’re working on this season.”
Question: Is it safe to say the wounds from the Seattle Grace shooting rampage of 2010 have healed on Grey’s Anatomy? —Tanya
Ausiello: “I think so,” responds Rhimes. “What’s nice about where we are [this season] is that the experience still informs them in a huge way, but it doesn’t define them.”
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Grey’s Anatomy | “Happy at last” is not a bad thing for “Calzona” — at least as far as Jessica Capshaw is concerned. Having endured so much on-screen turmoil last spring, alongside scene partner Sara Ramirez, “We earned out money!” she says with a laugh. So she’s cool with a brief season-opening respite. “One of the benefits of having a big cast is you can have storylines follow someone, or a couple, for a long time, and then they pass the baton to the next person,” Capshaw notes. Dialing down the domesticity also frees up time for workplace drama, and playing in other sandboxes. So in addition to being outcast Karev’s lone backer, Capshaw previews, “Arizona is working a lot with Derek, because there’s a case involving a child.” Source: tvline.com
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Grey's Anatomy - Season 8 Premiere - Press Release
SARAH DREW ON APRIL’S BIG CHALLENGE AND HER ‘MOMENT’ WITH JESSE ON ‘GREY’S ANATOMY’
After becoming chief resident at the end of last season, April (Sarah Drew) is in for a lot of pressure this season. But will it prove to be too much for the perky doc?
“She struggles a bit,” admits Drew. “I think if you were giving awards for being the best chief resident based on your organizational skills, she’d definitely win the prize. But another really, really key element to the chief resident is getting them to respect you. Protocol and lists and schedules don’t make a lick of difference if no one is following them.” April’s rough start will lead to many instances of self-doubt, she says. Luckily, there’s someone there to comfort her. “She has a moment with Jackson where she shows him how much she’s doubting the position. And you’ll see her [doing the same] with Bailey. She’s constantly worried she’s going to get fired,” she says.
And as much as I attempt to pair these two up in my brain, Drew insists their relationship — as of now — remains platonic. “We’ll just continue to see their friendship grow. I think the idea for the two of them is [that] they have a very brother-sister relationship where he knows her better than anyone else does. And they protect one another and look out for one another — but also bicker. We’ll see a bit more of that,” she says.
But plans can always change, especially as plans are being made to give Drew’s character a love interest. But no word yet on whether that lucky guy will be a new face or someone we already know. I know what I’m hoping for (and I could be in the minority). But what’s your take, Roomies? Should April get some fresh meat? (Ewww, that came out dirty… and I’m leaving it.) Source: ew.com
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