This week's episode of Grey's Anatomy pushed the limits of each side of the emotional spectrum. On the one hand, Meredith and Derek were elated to see their daughter walk for the first time. On the other, Cristina was forced into Teddy's grieving process by reliving Henry's surgery over and over and over again. Meanwhile, nearly every doctor at Seattle Grace teamed up to make history. Let's check out the top moments from Thursday's Grey's:
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Michael Patrick King wants to make something clear: 2 Broke Girls is not a racist show. As for all the inappropriate jokes, they're just "classy-dirty," OK?
The 2 Broke Girls creator met with reporters at CBS' winter TV previews Wednesday, during which he was asked to defend the show's ethnic stereotypes and off-color humor, particularly in scenes involving the characters with whom down-on-their luck waitresses (Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs) work at a Brooklyn diner.
"I find it comic to...
Ellen Pompeo, Patrcik Dempsey
After two months off the air and the sad death of Teddy's husband, the spring episodes of Grey's Anatomy promise happier times, especially now that Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) finally got custody of baby Zola. We'll even see a not "dark and twisty" Meredith in the special alternate-reality episode. But it's not all bright and shiny: TVGuide.com sat down with executive producer Shonda Rhimes, who told us that Cristina (Sandra Oh), for one, is heading toward dark times. And what's this about George and Izzie returning?
Erica Durance, who starred on The CW's Smallville as Lois Lane, is about to kick some butt on Harry's Law (Wednesdays, 9/8c, NBC).
Durance takes on the role of a somewhat mentally unstable woman who believes she's Wonder Woman. Her character, Annie Bilson, will find herself on the wrong side of the law when she metes out her own form of justice. (Get the scoop on her role and what it was like to put on the superhero costume here.)
J.J. Abrams is heading back to an island, just not the island.
"In theory, any land mass is an island, so you could argue that every show ever made [is like Lost]," Abrams told reporters at the winter TV previews. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show was much like Lost!"
That said, the man who brought ABC's island mystery to life has set his sights on another land mass for Fox's Alcatraz.
Alcatraz focuses on a day in 1963 at the notorious San Francisco prison when more than 300 guards and prisoners vanished into thin air. In each episode...