Round Table: "What Have I Done to Deserve This?"
This week on the Round Table, things go from bad to worse for George, Denny returns to woo Izzie, and Addison attracts some particularly undesirable poison oak ...
Meredith or George. Choose a side.
McCritic: Can I choose what's behind door number-three instead? I guess Meredith is mostly in the wrong because she took advantage of a good friend. No one's had his hopes and dreams dashed as quickly as George since the president of the Bode Miller Fan Club. But the naive Mr. O'Malley has to get a spine. And a clue. Did he really think he had a McChance over a certain McDoctor? At least you got to see Grey's bare anatomy, George, be thankful for that much.
iheartizzie: Cristina said it best when she admonished Meredith for "picking on the weaker kid." George was downright pathetic in the aftermath of their encounter, but he had just put himself out there, which took guts. Then, after a period of whining and self-doubt, he had the cojones to walk away and demand better. George in a landslide.
Married-to-McDreamy: George. Come on! This guy deserves a little love and respect. My mom says that George reminds her of my brother, but let's be serious, I can't very well list that as my reason for choosing him after seeing last week's episode. That being said, I would have to say that Meredith really does need to take a time-out for awhile to make up for what she put George through.
Denny or Alex. Choose a side.
iheartizzie: Denny has a big heart. Too bad it is going to stop beating very, very soon. Come on, Izz. Not only will Alex likely make it past the vernal equinox, he's whipped beyond comprehension. Run with it.
Married-to-McDreamy: Not to sound cruel and heartless, but I'd have to say that I am rooting for the heart-healthy, haughty surgeon in this situation.
McCritic: At least Alex is honest about who he is. Resorting to heart failure in order to win over a well-meaning doctor is just plain rude. While the jokes Izzie could make at Denny's expense about his senior menu and hash browns may be worth a few dates on their own, Alex exudes smug sexiness. It's an easy choice.
Married-to-McDreamy: Let's be serious. Who wouldn't want to show McDreamy a nice case of poison oak in your vah-jay-jay? If it generates the same response that Addison received, sign me up!
McCritic: It would take an event of tragically humiliating and inappropriate circumstances to overshadow the latter scenario ... and that's exactly what we have here. Yuck. Nipples aren't meant to produce milk in front of anyone. The only way this situation could be more difficult to write about - let alone view - would be if tampons were involved. That's just gross.
iheartizzie: My spouse is going to support me no matter what happens, and will not be thrown off by even the most unexpected issues. My boss, on the other hand, cringes when I lactate in front of him. Yet he used to drink Lactaid. Weird.
When she snaps, with which blunt object will Cristina wallop George over the head?
McCritic: Chinese water torture grew out of a lesser known form of punishment - Chinese chop stick torture. In between bed-ridden bites of General Tso's, Cristina will slowly tap George on the head with these torturous twigs of terror. Little by little, bit by bit, the innocent intern will writhe in pain. Just like we all did when we saw Dr. Bailey's lactating nip -- nevermind.
Married-to-McDreamy: Defibrillator paddles, while reviving Izzie's heartbroken (literally) love interest.
iheartizzie: A meat thermometer. It has to be a kitchen implement. Dr. Burke is not only a wonderful physician and kind person, but he cooks! What a catch!