Welcome back to TV Fanatic's Grey's Anatomy Round Table!
Our official Grey's Anatomy review broke down last week's episode, "All You Need is Love," in detail. Now, TV Fanatic staff writers Courtney Morrison, Sean McKenna and Christina Tran have gathered for their weekly Round Table Q&A to further debate, discuss and dissect the goings on at Seattle Grace/Mercy West.
Read their answers below and weigh in with yours!
1. What was your favorite scene from the episode?
Courtney: Definitely belongs to the awkward conversation between Lexie and Richard when she admits "she hasn't been hitting much of anything lately." Hilarious.
Sean: It may have been cheesy but I loved the rock, paper, scissors battle. I mean after all, it's definitely a sport that needs a corner man to help discuss strategy.
Christina: Alex reading the love letter. That entire storyline with the 10-year olds was perfectly adorable.
2. Are Cristina and Owen splitting up for good?
Courtney: They are for sure going to take a break that will shake things up a bit. They need their space to find out if they really should be together. Owen has to be end game for Cristina and I'm ok with that. The only thing better would be the return of the tight turtle neck sweater wearer himself, Preston Burke.
Sean: I'm not sure. It truly feels like it at this point, but maybe some real space might give them time to figure out what they really want.
Christina: Yes, and rightfully so. I just don’t see how Owenstina can get back to what they had until they come to terms that she doesn’t want to be a mother and he wants to be a father.
3. Should Teddy forgive Owen since she is not mad at Cristina?
Courtney: The situations are way different. Teddy trusted Cristina and although she didn't succeed, she did exactly as Teddy would have done and told her the truth. Owen, who is supposed to be one of her oldest friends, kept the truth from her and lied to her face. He would be dead to me too.
Sean: I want her to forgive him but I know it won't be that simple. Her feelings of betrayal are too strong to even allow her to think about forgiveness. Tough question and I'm glad I'm not in that situation.
Christina: Like Courtney said, both situations are vastly different. While both Cristina and Owen did their jobs, Owen chose to do his job by not telling Teddy over being a friend and keeping the truth from her. If I were Teddy, I’m not so sure I’d be able to ever forgive him.
4. Who is the best couple at Seattle Grace?
Courtney: Derek and Meredith are the obvious choice so I'm going to switch it up a bit. Richard and Adele. They have been put through the ringer with affairs and a demanding job. But the old Chief loves his woman and does what he can for her: including singing in an OR and sitting through an anniversary/Valentine's dinner as a complete stranger. Gotta love the underdogs.
Sean: Avery and Sloan. I know, I know, they're not really a couple but when these two get together they crack me up. Their bromance really works for them.
Christina: MerDer… always have been, always will be.
5. Who is the worst couple at Seattle Grace?
Courtney: Sloan and Julia. This is only because we don't know this girl and have no interest in her character. A little more attention to these two and their ranking would change.
Sean: I will agree with Sloan and Julia as well. We just haven't seen enough of them as a couple to really determine anything about them.
Christina: I’m going with Sloan and Julia as well. This is mainly due to the fact that I can’t wait ‘til Slexie is back together!
What do you think? Share your responses in the comments below!