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DVD review: Grey’s Anatomy (Season 9)

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Although viewers are probably stuck in the poignant plots of season 10, which is showing currently on M-Net, it doesn’t hurt to recap the turmoil of season 9, more so after Eric Dane (Mark Sloan) and Chyler Leigh (Lexie Grey) are killed off in the plane crash.

A major story arc of season 9 is centred on the plane crash and the victims suing Seattle Grace-Mercy West for negligence.

The domino effect of this means the future of everyone hangs in the balance as the hospital faces closure.

Exploring the major story- lines, especially with new interns added and the fifth-year residents graduating to surgical attendings, Derek Shepherd’s (Patrick Dempsey) career hangs in the balance after injuring his hand in the crash. On a much happier note, his wife Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) learns she is pregnant.

One of our favourite couples, Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) and Callie (Sara Ramirez), find their lives thrown into utter havoc after Arizona’s leg is amputated. Angry and bitter, her resentment makes her an ugly and unbearable person.

Still reeling from the emotional trauma, Cristina (Sandra Oh) takes up a fellowship in Minnesota. Meanwhile, husband Owen (Kevin McKidd) comes to the painful realisation that it’s over, but can’t seem to let go.

April’s (Sarah Drew) religious guilt ends her steamy romance with Jackson (Jesse Williams), who ends up dating intern Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton). And Miranda (Chandra Wilson) finally ties the knot with Ben (Jason George). Alex (Justin Chambers) also ends up falling for an intern.

Romance is intrinsically linked to the medical lives of everyone. However, happiness isn’t a pill they can just pop, they still have to go through the rigmarole of dating, life and relationships.

Fortunately, with drama being a fringe benefit of the process, fans are comforted with another gripping, emotionally charged season of Grey’s.

FEATURES: Happy trails with Jim Pickens, jr, The Long Road Home, some deleted scenes and In Stitches: Outtakes. – Debashine Thangevelo

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