I have 2 words for you...
If your not watching? Why the hell not? And if you are? Can I just say I bawled last night. Yes, I know it's just a TV show and not even one of those reality things but please! You'd need a heart of stone not to react. Those last few minutes? Heartbreaking. This show is so, so good. And even my husband who HATES the show with a fiery passion (he pretty much only watches Alias and Scrubs so therefore does not *gasp* watch much TV - and why again did I marry him?) felt a little something at the end of the show. Even he was sucked in. I watched him ignoring his book to watch the heartbreak unfold. Almost the entire show even. Amazing.
Also? My husband was nice enough to make jokes afterward to try and distract me from my horror that was watching Izzie LOSE. HER. MIND. Just what was she thinking? And Burke? Looking dead on the ground? OMG! And we must not forget Meredith and McDreamy as they both realize they are both still in love. Addison? She broke my heart. Really, I so want her to find happiness and I never thought that would happen. Then there was George always knowing what just to say to the patients to get them to do what they need to do. And yet in real life? He's not always so quick with the words. Although I am noticing him having a backbone now. Callie? She so wants to be part of the family and she was trying so hard with Meredith. It was all just, just so good. I may have to weep again if I think about Denny giving in to Izzie. She is breaking my heart with her desperation. And he broke my heart a little when he made us realize he would do anything for her. Except - apparently - save her medical career.
So yes, you really need to watch if you're not. And if you do? What did you think of last night's episode?
One last note: THANK GOD they are not making us wait until next week to see the 2 hour season finale. And if you even think about trying to interrupt me between 9-11 tonight? I will kill you. Or just completely ignore you and then kill you when it is over and I'm most likely sobbing again. Consider yourself warned.