That 007 joke directed to George O’Malley at the very first episode of Grey’s Anatomy.
It’s not funny at all. Oh my. The feels. You blithering idiots. He will die. And you guys will only recognize him because of that code name. Oh George.
Sorry, I’m being very emotional aren’t I? Shit, I knew it was a bad thing to re-watch this show right from the very beginning. Damn.
Re-watching the first season of Grey’s Anatomy.
They all look so young then! Was it really that long ago? Oh and I haven’t seen George O’Malley and Isobel Stevens for too long now that I forget how awesome and funny they are. Oh and Chief Weber looks to weird with his graying hair and mustache. Haha. And Meredith looks so fresh and beautiful. I almost forgot that Preston Burke existed.
Not a day ago, didn’t I just say that I love Lexie? That she is one of my favorites? Why kill her off? Goddammit.
This episode was just so painful, literally and figuratively. I can help but cringe during those bloody scenes where they had to operate on themselves with whatever objects they have. The Mark-Lexie scene was also so heart-wrenching that I can fight back my tears. Damn, the next episode should be a lot less tragic. Please, I don’t want any more of my favorite characters to die. It’s like O’Malley all over again.
I have conflicting emotions about tonight’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy. I’ve been anticipating this for the whole week because the last episode left me hanging with shock. Still, I am so terrified of knowing who will die in that plane crash. I don’t want my favorite characters to go especially Callie, Arizona, Christina and Lexie.
I don’t know why though, but I have the strangest feeling that it would be Karev.
The recent episode of Grey’s Anatomy is just so… ASDFGHJKLHFDSADJKFASJDH!!!
I mean, WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?? What will happen? Who will die? Why do they always do this? First, the 007 death, Izzie’s cancer, then the bomb in Meredith’s hands, the shootout, and now this? GAAAAAAH. I want to watch the next episode so badly! It’s sucks so much that I have to wait for a week!!
Uhm, I do watch a lot of TV series. But all of them are foreign since I don’t watch Filipino dramas. Here are my favorites:
The Vampire Diaries
Sherlock Holmes (BBC)
A Game of Thrones
The Big Bang Theory
How I Met Your Mother
Once Upon A Time
2 Broke Girls
They watch Gossip Girl, I love Sherlock Holmes.
They watch Jersey Shore, I obsess over Doctor Who.
They watch Glee, I adore Grey’s Anatomy.
They fantasize about Justin Bieber, I adore Ed Sheeran.
They idolize Lady Gaga, I prefer Ingrid Michaelson.
They starve to death to lose weight, I devour on my favorite food.
They talk about the latest celebrity issues, I post about the country’s problems.
They waste money on branded clothes, I spend mine on books.
They live in shopping malls, I camp in the library.
They spend hours partying, I stay up late reading.
Now the question is, who are “they”? And does it make me less of a person because I am not part of the “they” crowd? Just because I am like this, do “they” have the right to cast me away?
Things about me that my friends can never understand:
- my fascination and unconditional love of books
- speaking of books, I’ll include the inexplicable attraction I have with bookstores
- my musical preference
- my interest in foreign indie movies
- my refusal to lose weight
- the love I have for Math, especially Geometry and Trigo
- my aversion to anything with strawberries and peanut butter
- my addiction to The Vampire Diaries, Grey’s Anatomy, Doctor Who, The Lying Game, 2 Broke Girls and a lot more TV series
- my obsession with anything Harry Potter
- my casualness about watching porn
- my love for Kpop
- and let us not forget, the absence of any religious belief
- oh yeah, one more thing: my suicidal tendencies
Sometimes, I just don’t speak when they ask me why I love these things. Why should I even bother what constitutes my personality? I mean, it’s just the way I am. I know that some of these things aren’t considered socially “normal” or whatever but I don’t really care. As far as I’m concerned, none of these are affecting them negatively, so what’s the problem?