For anyone who watches Grey's Anatomy and might read this, I have to backpedal. Izzie Stevens' story line aside, I actually think the writers are doing a good job. Earlier this season I had scoffed that Grey's was falling apart. Izzie was seeing ghosts, Lexie was begging Sloan to bed her with a weird "teach me" chant, Karev was non-plussed by Izzie's delusions, Grey and McDreamy had nothing going on, Bailey was out of control, The Chief was being obsessive about "training", and the McArmy/Chan romance was bizarre.
But they seem to have silenced all my arguments, singlehandedly. Izzie has a brain problem, Alex quit tolerating her Denny delusions, Lexie and Sloan have actually started to develop a relationship, Grey had a breakthrough with Shepard, Bailey showed some compassion...etc etc.
Anyway, I'd like to suggest to the writers what should happen. Izzie must die. Between the off-camera drama and the burgeoning movie career, Katherine Heigl must go. A show's cast must work as a cohesive unit and, just like the Philadelphia Eagles, Grey's would be better served without a distracting Terrel Owens. The writers have already set the stage, with Denny's ghost "coming for her" and her realizing she is deathly ill.
Also, Karev (while traveling to collect organs for a sick child) had a nice conversation with a new castmember, the pediatrician Dr. Arizona Robbins. New love interest that we don't hate? Perfect.
Because everyone wants a happy ending for Alex, but not for Izzie. We're all collectively tired of her and her weird drama. We no longer see her as a cast-member, we see her as a "here while its convenient" actress bent on bigger things. Ms. Heigl, there is no bigger thing on TV. Unless you want to be a judge on Idol?
So kill Izzie, with a brain hemorrhage or something, and free up Karev, the cast, and the writers from continuing the ridiculous plotline she is in.
Comics Vs. Cases
2 hours ago