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By: shanna

Mon, 07 May 2007 16:14:32 +0000

I also went in fully expectng to hate the "spin-off' and ended up loving it. I'm all set to see where it goes but personally, I think that cast of people is fine enough to stand on their own without Kate Walsh heading the cast. So note to Shonda: You can keep Addy in Seattle. Also, just to point out, Shonda wasn't looking to make a "spin-off". She just wanted Addison to make this trip and find out about being infertile. ABC and the producers picked up the story and ran with the idea of a separate show. Initially, it was just going to be a regular ep where Addison goes to LA to see a fertily specialist (and friend) who tells her she's now infertile.



By: sofia

Sat, 05 May 2007 21:21:34 +0000

will it air fall 07 or 08??



By: Josh

Sat, 05 May 2007 17:08:19 +0000

I'd seen Chris Lowell (VM), Paul Adelstein(Prison Break), and Merrin Dungey (The King Of Queens) on previous shows, but I didn't have any trouble seeing them in their roles on PP. I thought they did a great job, especially Adelstein. I thought it would be difficult to see him as anything but Kellerman, but he was very likable. I'm not saying this first ep of PP matches the original Grey's when it was in its prime during Season 2, but I liked it and I'll be watch it in the fall. It was a great pilot.



By: Tim G.

Sat, 05 May 2007 06:18:56 +0000

Fall '08? You mean '07 right?



By: allie

Sat, 05 May 2007 04:20:19 +0000

Sorry, but I loved the spin-off. From what I've read they (i.e. Shonda et al) have intended the spin-off to be more soapy and not just Greys #2. If you are not into soaps then don't watch the spin-off and just stick with Greys. I personally will be watching both. I loved Paul Adelstein. He was OK in Prison Break but he was HOT as hell in this show. Phoar!



By: Linda B.

Sat, 05 May 2007 03:01:21 +0000

I completely agree w/ Tee and Ashley. I was thouroughly bored during the LA scenes. After seeing the very first episode of GA, i was excited, felt immediately connected to the characters, and wanted more. Not at all w/ this show. Send Addison back to Seattle and forget those boring friends in LA!



By: Ashley

Fri, 04 May 2007 23:10:28 +0000

I definitely won't be watching. The spinoff was AWFUL. Terrible acting and writing. The best part for me was seeing David Anders again. Besides that, I kept waiting for Grey's Anatomy to come back.



By: Tee

Fri, 04 May 2007 21:24:12 +0000

Sorry to burst anyone's bubble about the spin-off, but it was a poorman's GA with a lot of sunshine! I didn't feel the "draw" to the characters that i immediately felt with GA. It lacked rapport between actors, the epi did not lay any foundation into what the storyline was going to be, but rather felt like i accidentally fell into the 3rd season of a show. Though some say the cast is great, they are somehow overshadowed by their previous acting stints, therefore making their new characters unbelievable.Bottomline : Not on my agenda for next Fall!



By: Tonya

Fri, 04 May 2007 20:17:49 +0000

I was really disappointed in Grey's 2.0! Throughout the show I kept getting flashbacks feelings of Ally McBeal...which I never really cared for. I felt that there was a superficialness and immaturity to all the characters that rang untrue. The dialogue wouldn't have seemed so out of place if they were interns/younger, like on Grey's, but it just didn't work with these characters. Also I think the camaraderie between everyone felt "off." We were supposed to believe everyone was such great friends and that there was this huge history between them, but I just didn't feel it! I will have to admit that I loved seeing "Sark" and wish he'd be on EVERY week!



By: Josh

Fri, 04 May 2007 17:33:27 +0000

I've gotta disagree with you as I loved the spin-off. It was entertaining, exciting, the cast is likable, the medical storylines were interesting; all things I cannot say about the Seattle Grace segments from last night. The original Grey's has went so far downhill that I was just glad to see something different. Aside from Alex and the completely underused Bailey, the show is falling apart. Although there was one Seattle scene I loved last night. Finally, someone slapped Meredith! They didn't do it for the reasons I would've, but it was still great to see.