The new season of Suits recently began. Upon viewing, familiar feelings of my desires to go to law school immediately surged outwards from the innermost recesses of my being. The next natural step in this procession was the vow I made to the heavens and earth - that I shall consume the studies with such monstrous and ferocious appetite that I will emerge so spectacularly in a slick, slim, suit and superbly skinny tie, and with such immense audacity that I shall lawyer the soul out of every individual I come across and inadvertently render them gingers.
In a similar fashion, since House finished a couple months ago, I decided to start watching Grey's Anatomy. Witnessing the enthusiasm of these surgical interns, I once again experienced euphoric emotions caressing my body, tantalizing my senses to pursue the medical field and serendipitously burst forth as a butterfly would from a cocoon, blossoming into a handsome man with the talents of Gregory House, saving lives as easy as I readily breathe in the musk of hospital aroma.
However, I have stopped watching Grey's Anatomy. I finished the first season and watched a bit of the second season. I read a bit of the summary on Wikipedia and discovered, to my dissapointment, that the characters sleep around with everyone. Is that realistic in a hospital with interns and residents running about? I understand that when a group of people spend an exhorbitantly amount of time together, sparks will inevitably fly. But the extent to which Grey's Anatomy portrays such sparks seems excessive and unrealistic. I suppose the purpose is to embellish the drama and keep the viewers interested. In hindsight, Grey's Anatomy caters more to women than men.
One of the other reason that I picked up Grey's Anatomy was because I watched about 15 minutes of the show once on TV. It was the scene where Owen lashes out at Christina for aborting their child, followed by Owen admitting that he cheated on Christina. I was under the impression that the show was about real issues that people have, not necessarily from copious amount of sex with other people, but from childhood upbringing and traumas that the characters may have sustained.
Unfortunately, the show did not meet my standards.