Gray’s Anatomy season 13: Episode 24, heroism according to Stephanie Edwards, our critic
Last night, the American channel ABC broadcast episode 24 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy. Then discover our criticism of “Ring of Fire”, the final season. Warning, spoilers!
Wow . After a 13-year saw-through season, Gray’s Anatomy offers us a breathtaking episode to end the season. The quality of episode 23 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy was already a good indicator and the least one can say is that Shonda Rhimes did not disappoint with this new episode disaster. As everyone knew, the actress Jerrika Hinton leaves the series and for the occasion, her character was placed in the heart of the plot showing Stephanie Edwards as the heroine that we already knew she was. By some unknown miracle, Edwards is still alive after the explosion of the previous episode and she will spend all this episode trying to save little Erin. Beating, courageous and ingenious, Stephanie confronts every obstacle one by one and if fear sometimes takes over, she never loses her eyes to her goal: to make them survive. Jerrika Hinton is masterful for her latest episode, revealing heroism while vulnerable . After spending her life in hospitals and surviving this terrible fire, Stephanie realizes that she wants to live her life and discover the world and decides to resign. Here is an end in the image of his character and we prefer a thousand times that to another tragic death. After spending her life in hospitals and surviving this terrible fire, Stephanie realizes that she wants to live her life and discover the world and decides to resign. Here is an end in the image of his character and we prefer a thousand times that to another tragic death. After spending her life in hospitals and surviving this terrible fire, Stephanie realizes that she wants to live her life and discover the world and decides to resign. Here is an end in the image of his character and we prefer a thousand times that to another tragic death.
The other characters are obviously not absent and each one to his role to play in this period of crisis. Jackson, for example, hastens to play the heroes by going in search of Stephanie when he hears the explosion. It’s not the first time Jackson has been running headlong without thinking, and this is a major concern for April and – more strangely – Maggie. When this one reappears – unfortunately without Stephanie – it passes a sacred soap by April and Maggie which gives rise to a scene at the same time funny and embarrassing. April realizes that the other two certainly do not want to admit and it is necessarily hard to see . Moreover, at the end of the episode, April will give Maggie her green light to entrust her feelings to her ex-husband. Everyone, or almost, will have had her little moment of heroism in her own way in this episode – even if the palm comes back to Edwards . Warren, who is really uncomfortable next to the lights, ends up directly confronting his fear in order to find Stephanie and Erin and thanks to his courage and his spirit of deduction, the two women will be saved.
The disappointment of this episode comes from Eliza Minnick, who clearly shows a lack of empathy and compassion . While everyone is worried about Stephanie, Minnick forgets to inform the police of his disappearance. If his intention to want to put patients first is quite honorable, his willingness to follow the rules at this moment of crisis and especially his lack of reaction by realizing that he forgot Edwards really does not play in his favor. Thus, when she gets fired, one can not help being on the side of Bailey who does not hesitate to impose on Catherine Avery with a speech that comes to place in the ranking of the best speeches of the series. Eliza Minnick leaves the Gray Sloan Memorial and if there were not Arizona, it would not make us hot or cold. Finally, The other big plot of course is the discovery of Megan’s survival. While Owen is still totally shocked, Amelia handles the situation perfectly and is happy to see them finally reconciled. For her part, Meredith must announce the news to Nathan amidst all this chaos.
Meredith keeps an incredible calm as she tells her boyfriend that his wife was found alive. She is perfect at this moment, empathic and understanding, she does not hesitate to tell him that if it was Derek, she would already have gone to join him. It is a very beautiful scene and we love Meredith even more for this . If we do not forget the many defects of this season, the series offers us a beautiful end and knows how to make us come back next season. Here, Gray’s Anatomy shows us that there is no need to kill these characters to make us live an intense episode and to create emotion – rather it brings characters back from the dead . Moreover, as Shonda Rhimes never leaves anything to chance, It could also be that this final serves as a small entry for the spin-off of the series which will be centered on a fire station. Now we have a hurry, discover the season 14 of Gray’s Anatomy but it will still have to be patient! What did you think of this episode?