Grey’s Anatomy 101 is a collection of essays on the smash-hit television show, Grey’s Anatomy, and is not authorized by the ABC network, creators or producers of Grey’s Anatomy, or any entity associated with the show.
Thoughtful and refreshing essays weigh in on how the wildly popular hospital drama, Grey’s Anatomy, rises above its genre in this anthology. With its sharp writing, strong female characters, and stellar cast of ethnically diverse actors, the show made an immediate splash with viewers. Topics range from lighthearted relationship commentary and speculation—“Why Dr. Meredith Grey and Dr. Derek Shepherd Don’t Mix” and “Picking Up Men in Bars”—to the analysis of more serious themes, such as “Shades of Grey: The Moral Ambiguity of Grey’s Anatomy” and “George O’Malley, Nietzschean Superman.”
My essay is titled, “Profiles of Acute Hybridity in Grey’s Anatomy.”