November 14, 2008

Enough already

Is anyone else thinking that the Denny ghost is completely dumb? Honestly I can't stand the sad, feel sorry for herself Izzie a second longer! I was quite tempted to turn of the TV, but of course I didn't because I had to watch all of the other good dramz.

11 comments:

Aartee said...

Ugh I missed it yesterday and was too tired to watch when I finally got home...thank god for DVR!

pink pig cottage antiques said...

yes....but what a handsome ghost!

sara said...

I had to ff through the whole Denny/Izzie stuff. I wasn't that impressed with any of the episode tonight.

I *Heart* You said...

i stopped watching this show in 2006....but Denny (even the ghost of Denny) might bring me back. Oooh, remember his bum scene in P.S. I Love You? ;)

Sarah's Fab Day said...

Well Paige you must watch it next week, judging from the previews there's going to be some hot ghost lovin'. You have to admit, LAME even if he is a looker with a nice a&*.

citysage said...

Okay, I'm glad I'm not the only one to think this is getting old. I've not yet seen last night's episode and now I'm kind of dreading it. In fact I never liked the Izzy and Denny storyline to begin with! It's clear that Izzy and Alex are a much better couple IMO.

Though I will say that Jeffrey Dean Morgan has the cutest puppy dog eyes.

And I will also say that I feel a little--just a little--ashamed to be talking about a TV show with such passion! :)

The Invitation Lady said...

I think it is so stupid but absolutely absurb. He's hot though.

Michelle@EverydayCelebrating said...

I couldn't agree with you more. What a sad sad excuse for a storyline. I thought she was leaving the show? Between her and Meredith, I don't know who whines more.

The Lil Bee said...

I'm a sucker for it. It must be the PMS.

The Lil Bee said...

Watching last night's episode right now and eating my words. Izzy just had sex with an imaginary dead person. I draw my line.

Sarah's Fab Day said...

Lil Beezy - This is the absolutely most ridiculous storyline in the history of TV.