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Did I Just Blow Your Mind?

This Thursday, on an all new Grey’s Anatomy, you’ll hear this new Snow Patrol song. Let me just tell you, this is going to be right up there with Chasing Cars. There is something oddly soothing when it comes to mixing Grey’s with Snow Patrol. Your ears are welcome.

If you were here beside me

Instead of in New York

If the curve of you is curved on me

I’d tell you that I loved you

Before I ever knew you

‘Cause I love the simple thought of you

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My Grandmother, the Recovering Alcoholic, Watching an Episode of Cheers

 From the team that brought you such best sellers as My Grandmother, the Ex-Neuro Surgeon, Watching an Episode of Grey’s Anatomy and My Grandmother, the Vampire Killer, Watching an Episode of True Blood comes the weirdly preachy tale My Grandmother, the Recovering Alcoholic, Watching an Episode of Cheers.

 Sit next to me, honey. What are we watching? What is this Cheers about? It’s about a bar?!? AND people sleeping with each other? Let me tell you, if you go to a bar and everybody knows your name, you have a problem. I was talking to this one guy at AA this morning and he sold his daughter’s lunch on her first day of school to get a beer. It was a PRB too, so you know he has a problem. This is what happens when you have a place where people are all the same and everyone knows your name. You’ll end up tattooing your body with different ads and showing your breasts to get enough cash to buy the next round. You wouldn’t be the first in this family so if you want to remain “nothing like this lowlife crazytown of a gene pool” then you will steer clear of this kind of life. Wait, who is that guy? Sam? He owns the bar? Well I’d frequent that establishment as well. The establishment in his pants. Don’t you “grandmother, please” me. A woman has needs.

 

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TV’s Saddest and/or Most Shocking Deaths Vol. 1

I’ve spent the better part of the last and a half week re-watching LOST from the beginning and it hit me: there is no one I love on that show they won’t kill off (). So it got me thinking about other TV deaths and the ones that both saddened and shocked me, here is a list of a few in no particular order of sadness. (It was a slow rejected book plot day, I am still mourning the loss of Charlie but at least I have Desmond as my constant.)

John Ritter on Scrubs and 8 Simple Rules

Why was it so sad?

The man unexpectedly died in real life and Hollywood got to pay their final respects on-screen. If I wasn’t welling up when Zach Braff received a cake from his on-screen brother, Tom Cavanagh, before being told his father was dead on Scrubs, I was sure a mess when 8 Simple Rules had their funeral episode honoring the great legend.

Peter Krause: Six Feet Under

Why was it so sad?

Who surprisingly kills off a main character 3 episodes before the series finale? Alan Ball that’s who! Nate’s death lead to the best series finale I’ve ever seen but it caught me so off-guard, I was legitimately upset by it.

Julie Benz: Dexter

Why was it so sad?

Where to start? Dexter finally feels like he can be human and have this family, he takes out the Trinity Killer and then rushes home to meet Rita for a much deserved honeymoon and then bam! Rita is dead in the tub and his adorable baby is sitting in her blood, crying. Born in blood, just like him. I never saw it coming, even afterwards I was hoping it was a dream.

Emma Caulfield: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Why was it so sad?

You can’t expect to go through the Apocalypse without some causalities but this one hurt. Anya had grown so much from just your typical vengeance demon, she became someone you genuinely loved. Seeing her die to save her friends was great and beautiful TV.

T. R. Knight: Grey’s Anatomy

Why was it so sad?

There have been a lot of memorable Grey’s deaths but this was the first of the originals to bite the dust. Yes, the contract negotiations and public talks of him and Katherine Heigl wanting off the show were both unprofessional and a bit ridiculous but they handled his death in the only way Grey’s knows how: big and shocking.

Michelle Williams: Dawson’s Creek

Why was it so sad?

Poor Jen had been through so much in her short lifetime only to be killed off the in the final episodes of the series. With a flashforward you see she has a daughter and a short time to live. Dawson is making a video for her daughter for after she’s gone and Jack gets custody of the little one. This one wasn’t as shocking (like Dawson’s dad dying) as it was sad. I wanted my Creeker’s to live forever but least Joey and Pacey got together!

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