Last night’s season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy” was two hours long, so there was a lot of time for things to happen. But really, the episode can be summed up in a few nuggets of wisdom, including the one provided by Dr. Alex Karev in the above clip.
Men don’t cheat for the sex Just like marriage counselor M. Gary Neuman said on Oprah, men don’t necessarily cheat because they want hot, steamy sex. Mostly, it’s because there’s an emotional disconnect between the two people. Sarabeth’s husband, Michael, didn’t sleep with Sarabeth’s friend Anna because she was hotter than Sarabeth — how good does Bernadette Peters look at 60! — it was because he was afraid to tell her he’d lost his job.
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McDreamy and McSteamy aren’t the only studs heating up Grey’s Anatomy. On Thursday’s episode, there was some bonus guy-on-guy action. A couple hot-bodied and hot-blooded military men we’re making soft-lipped love. One was even still in his uniform — God Bless America! If you’d like to get in on the drama, check out the clip above. This is especially cool considering the show had some gay bashing problems backstage last year. Now, fingers crossed they’ll get Steams and Dreams to make out…talk about a fantasy sequence!
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Have you wondered if an entire nation of intelligent women would jump off a bridge if Oprah said it was the thing to do? We have. We’ve also wondered whether said women would start calling their vaginas by a cutesy nickname, like, say vajayjay, if Oprah announced that was what she called her snatch. Well according to the New York Times, they have. Apparently the pet name for Oprah’s vagina (Sidebar: Isn’t it funny, a little, to think that Oprah has a vagina? And Dr. Phil has a penis! Weird.) stems from an episode of Grey’s Anatomy in which a character on the show orders someone to “stop lookin’ at my vajayjay.” Oprah loved that so much that she hasn’t stopped saying it on her show since, and neither has every single woman we’ve met, recently. Of course, the minute those old fogies at the Times declare something cool and now and fierce, it’s actually tired and and dead and buried. So what should the trendy new pet name for your lady flower be? Sound off in the comments. For the record, we’re kinda feelin’ “coozie.” [NY Times] Keep reading »