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    Grey’s anatomy is a television show about a group of surgeons and interns who work at Seattle Grace Hospital. The series emphasizes on a group of doctors who fight to save their patient 's lives while contending to become the head surgeon. Aside from the competition, they go through a lot of heartbreak; either relationships problems or family crises throughout each of their lives. The series began with Dr. Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) starting her career as a medical intern with other interns, who

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    course of years Medical TV shows give excitement to viewers. Recently, Grey’s Anatomy has grown to be a very popular show, but has been numerously compared to Scrubs. When more attention is called to this, similarities are present. For example, the storytelling of each show, the platforms, and the classification of characters. There are even claims that lead to believe Grey’s Anatomy copied Scrubs. In Grey’s Anatomy, it starts off with Meredith Gray being the main character and narrating throughout

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    In the article, “The Racial Logic of Grey’s Anatomy: Shonda Rhimes and her “Post-Civil Rights, Post-Feminist” Series”, the author, Kristen J. Warner argues Rhimes’s use of blind casting, “the process of not writing race into a script,” in her prime-time show Grey’s Anatomy (Warner). Warner says, “...race has little to do with text in comparison to the more pressing issues of a hospital” (Warner 633). Shonda Rhimes creates a multicultural hub at Seattle Grace Hospital where racial issues take a step

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    Grey’s Anatomy: Something Against You When it comes to television and movie films there are many of the same elements that may only be different by the slightest of things, but one thing that will always stay constant is when the show and/or film is created, the time period of the world is intertwined through the characters gender roles. When comparing a 1950’s show to today’s favorites, gender roles would be very different challenging and reinforcing stereotypes due to how women and men were portrayed

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    Grey’s Anatomy is a medical drama that focuses on the personal and professional lives of the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Over twelve seasons Grey’s Anatomy has had many controversial and spiritually based storylines. Women make up the majority of the shows demographic. One of the most explicitly religious episodes aired as the thirteenth episode of the ninth season, aptly named Bad Blood. It focuses on a nineteen year old boy named Rich who is brought to the hospital with life threatening

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    Grey’s Anatomy created by Shonda Rhimes in 2005 is a phenomenal American medical drama television series that takes you through the lives of surgeons at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital formally known as Seattle Grace Hospital. In spite of some critics believing Grey’s Anatomy is awful, Grey’s Anatomy is sensible, instructive, and a motivating television show. Grey’s Anatomy has a realistic feel. The series indicates actual circumstances

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    Introduction Grey’s Anatomy is a popular television show on ABC that airs Thursday night’s at 7:00. In television land, this is known as a primetime slot. Season 11 has an average of 8.22 million viewers and has been renewed for one more season (Grey 's Anatomy TV Show on ABC). Grey’s Anatomy is well-known for its mind blowing medical scenarios and incredibly talented doctors. Both of these leave viewers with pondering thoughts of what they would do in similar situations, and a bit of self confidence

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    Film Essay The episode that I have selected to write about is from Grey’s Anatomy “Suicide is Painless”. The basis of this episode is about Kim and Shawn Allen. Kim is a female patient who has lung cancer and has had a variety of other health concerns that have been rising, including the inability to breathe on her own. Kim’s prognosis is that she has six months to live. The doctor had informed her of all the alternative options and she had met with a psychologist. The psychologist clarified that

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    Grey’s Anatomy is a medical drama television series on ABC that is about a group of surgical interns working at Seattle Grace Hospital. Many people watch the show for the entertainment and drama, but the series portrays more than just that. The series not only creates a negative stereotype of doctors in today’s society, but also shows different topics and themes of diversity, such as gender, ethnicity, and gender identity. Grey’s Anatomy creates a poor representation of how doctors really act in

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    The visual text, Grey’s Anatomy is a popular medical drama that follows the lives of doctors at Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital. The show portrays medical as well as personal challenges throughout the lives of patients and surgeons. It is tremendously popular due to the realistic heart-wrenching situations that happen in and out of the operating room. In order to be a surgeon, one has to take risks and possess courage. One of the TV show’s main surgeons, Meredith Grey, is a brave soul that expresses

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