My Neurologist’s Thought’s on Grey’s Anatomy – Episode 3
Posted on October 16, 2014
It’s that time again! My newfound favorite moment of the week. Allow me to present to you ‘My Neurologist’s Thoughts on Grey’s Anatomy – Episode 3’. I honestly can’t figure out if it is more fun asking questions or reading SuperNeuro’s answers.
This was the synopsis I sent to SuperNeuro:
I was sort of distracted watching Episode 3, so you could answer these without knowing what happened. I do want to mention that there is an interesting story line featuring a Wounded Warrior who requires some nerve regeneration for a robot leg. I think it would be so interesting if the Wounded Warrior had CIDP (or even crazier, an Idiopathic Neuropathy). He could become a recurring character, since (as I have learned) those nerves will take eons to do anything even remotely plot worthy. I’d just love to get to know a Wounded Warrior character.
Without further ado, here are my Neurologist’s thought’s on Grey’s Anatomy:
Question: Meredith says that a person is at their most vulnerable when they’re on an operating table. I have often felt that it’s more difficult to be awake around doctors than to be asleep around them. Do you prefer when your patients are awake or asleep?
SuperNeuro: Generally awake. But each has pluses and minuses.
Question: Bailey took a duck face selfie with a patient who had a tree trunk lodged in his abdomen. If I came in with a tree trunk lodged in my abdomen, how would you pose for your selfie?
SuperNeuro: With a look of concern.
Question: They mention Maggie Pierce’s birthday which is November 22, 1983. This makes her 31. Do you find her age to be on par with other Heads of Cardiothoracic Surgery?
SuperNeuro: Not really.
Question: Furthermore, Amelia Shepherd, the Chief of Neurosurgery is 32 in real life. Does her age make you feel inadequate since you are older than her but Chief of nothing?
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 still the only question I have received.
Don’t forget to check out My Neurologist’s Thoughts On Grey’s Anatomy – Episode 2.
Also here’s the link to her thoughts on the Season Premiere.
I honestly die laughing when I get SuperNeuro’s responses. I can’t figure out if she is trying to be funny or if she’s just being honest. Anyway, thanks SuperNeuro… you’re the best!