My Neurologist’s Thought’s on Grey’s Anatomy – Episode 2
Posted on October 9, 2014
I am so thrilled to present to you ‘My Neurologist’s Thought’s on Grey’s Anatomy – Episode 2’.
This is the synopsis I sent to SuperNeuro (who informed us last week that she does not watch Grey’s Anatomy… WTF):
Episode 2 focuses on Maggie Pierce. Maggie is the new head of Cardiothroacic Surgery at Grey Sloan Memorial. Maggie and Meredith Grey both have the same Mom, but Meredith doesn’t know Maggie is her sister. Maggie is having a very bad week.
Before we get into the Episode 2 Grey’s Anatomy discussion with SuperNeuro, I think it’s worth mentioning that when I asked her last week’s questions I titled the email “Prioritize over test results email”, and she listened. Best doctor ever!
Without further ado, here are my Neurologist’s thought’s on Grey’s Anatomy:
Question: Maggie Pierce could do a New York Times Crossword Puzzle in 11 minutes at the age of 13. How long does it take you to solve a NYTimes Crossword?
Question: In the hospital cafeteria, Maggie asks “I’m sorry, is everyone in this room somehow related?” and yes, everyone there is actually related. Who are you related to in your office?
SuperNeuro: To my knowledge, I’m not related to anyone.
Interjection: I was hoping she would say there was a SuperNeurBro.
Another Interjection: Is it me, or does SuperNeuro sound a bit like Meredith?
Question: What would you say if I told you we had the same Mom?
SuperNeuro: That’d be awesome.
Interjection: I take that back. SuperNeuro is SO much better than Meredith.
If you have a question for SuperNeuro, do not hesitate to ask. So far I have received questions ranging from “Is SuperNeuro going to start watching Grey’s” to… well that’s the only question I have received.
On a final note, I had a most wonderful experience with SuperNeuro this week. I first got sick in March of 2012. It was a hugely traumatic experience – well of course it was a traumatic experience, I woke up unable to move my toes, feet and ankles. Anyway, on Monday, for the first time, my EMG showed a noticeable improvement. One of the things that makes SuperNeuro so Super is her ability to share in every moment, good and bad. So it is my wish for you, should you ever need a Neuro, that you find one who is Super.
Don’t forget to check out My Neurologist’s Thoughts on Episode One
And here’s the link to her thoughts on Episode Three