The storm may have passed, but now the relationships and romance of Grey Sloan Memorial must survive in its wake. Bonds are tested, love is lost and the hospital bids farewell to Dr. Cristina Yang. Experience every heart-stopping moment in the “can’t miss” tenth season of ABC’s GREY’S ANATOMY. Following a massive mudslide, the hospital becomes a madhouse, and the lives of two doctors hang in the balance. The drama escalates as Arizona tries desperately to mend her broken marriage, while Derek and Meredith juggle their roles as surgeons and new parents. Meanwhile, a stunning betrayal pits Cristina against Meredith and, as April prepares for her big day, a familiar face returns to town. Big secrets lead to big problems and turn best friends into rivals. Relive GREY’S ANATOMY: THE COMPLETE TENTH SEASON like never before with DVD exclusive bonus features that take you behind the scenes and draw you closer into the lives of the unforgettable men and women of GREY’S ANATOMY.


“Grey’s Anatomy” went through a lull this year. Sandra Oh left and it felt like half of the season was a build-up to her leaving. Then, it dove straight into soap opera territory. It has become painfully obvious that Shonda Rimes has devoted her full attention to “Scandal”, so why not kill this show? A decade is a respectable amount of time. But, let’s make the 11th year a farewell affair. It’s not like NBC has any good shows left squashing on Thursday nights. Finish while you’re ahead, people!

The only thing I remember from this show is the one character getting impaled with an icicle. The sense of camaraderie remains as strong in that season as it does now. However, if I wanted a show where everyone was friendly and boinking each at a hospital, I’d watch “Scrubs”. At least that show had John C. McGinley. But, it doesn’t matter. The fans that were there and the beginning are still there. They will pick this release up and keep the show thriving.

The DVD comes with an extended episode, deleted scenes, bloopers and featurettes as the special features. The standard definition transfer is crisp enough. The Dolby track is a supportive surround mix. It’s typical for most recent TV on DVD. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase to fans.


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