Am I the only one who loathes the dialogue on Grey's Anatomy? Has anyone else noticed that it's the same every week for every character?
Meredith and Sheppard.
"Today we're going to get married. We're going to walk down the aisle of a perfectly prepared wedding in a churchy church. Today we're going to get married."
"Today we're going to get married."
Torrez and Arizona
"You took me to a fancy restaurant. I ordered a salad that cost 26 bucks and we had wine. You know what I was doing before they brought the check? I was counting. I was counting because it was going to cost me 75 bucks to order a salad and I don't even like salad. But my dad disowned me and wiped out my bank account. *pause* You took me to a fancy restaurant."
It annoys me to no end that a simple phrase is said. A huge, rushed explanation is provided and it's capped off with the same simple phrase. Like, here's my thought. Here's my definition of the thought. Let's summarize shall we, stupid? Here's my thought again.
The spelling bee of dialogue.
Note to self: "Mia, impose Greyisms into every conversation today just to be dramatic."