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Grey’s Anatomy Season 6 Pilot Has Most Retarded Running Joke Ever

Sep 24th, 2009 | By | Category: revewz, snewz
No, dummy. I'm talking about Grey's Anatomy, the show, not Gray's Anatomy, the book. That's not even from Gray's Anatomy. That's DaVinci's Vitruvian Man.

No, dummy. I'm talking about Grey's Anatomy, the show, not Gray's Anatomy, the book. That's not even from Gray's Anatomy. That's DaVinci's Vitruvian Man.

Okay, so George is dead, Izzie’s alive, drama, drama, drama, etc. Welcome to another ‘very special episode’ of Grey’s Anatomy. I’m not going to write a review about the episode. If you watch the show, you saw it, so you don’t need me to pussyfoot my way through recapping it. I just have one thing to say about it:

Ceviche isn’t “a chopped up fish dish.”

If you don’t watch the show or didn’t see the episode yet, I’m referring to a nickname given to a patient who had a leg and two arms chopped off in a boating accident. The doctors give her the nickname and act like it’s so darn clever.

Yes, ceviche is chopped fish. Ever eat salmon? Ever get served a whole salmon? No, because it’s a  chopped fish. What about a can of tuna? OMG! I think that’s chopped fish! Anchovies? Close, but they chop the heads off of those, too.

In all my life, I’ve only had whole fish a few times and guess what: They chop their guts out.

But… what’s ceviche? What makes it so unique?

It’s fish that is left to marinate in citrus for about 3 hours. Yes, it’s chopped, just like every other damn kind of fish you’ll be eating.

So why would the Grey’s Anatomy writers throw ‘ceviche’ in the show? That’s simple. They’ve all been spending the summer watching Top Chef, Iron Chef, and all of the other damn cooking shows that have consumed the summer. The got back and couldn’t wait to write the word ‘ceviche’ a hundred and fifty darn times.

There you have it. They couldn’t have made jokes about larb, sashimi, or any of the other cool chopped fish terms out there. They had to go with the hip and trendy ‘ceviche.’

Larb, a significantly chopped up Laotian fish dish.

Larb, a significantly chopped up Laotian fish dish.

Ceviche: A Mexican fish dish. Holy shit! Is that shrimp? That girl wasn't short.

Ceviche: A Mexican fish dish. Holy moly! Is that shrimp? That girl wasn't short.

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  1. You can read more about the episode’s condition – tethered code syndrome, here:
    http://bit.ly/P5o0x

  2. You seem very angry! Hey, everything will be okay.

  3. Ceviche is not a Mexican dish, it’s Peruvian. And yes, it can be also made with other species from the sea, such as shrimp, oysters or even snails, but the fish one is the most popular kind.

  4. Ceviche is Peruvian not Mexican!!!

  5. haha, don’t get angry! haha it’s okay.

  6. Maybe it was because she was floating in the water, along with her limbs, marinating in a way. Like the fish in vinegar. Maybe I’m thinking too much.

  7. …what a no life

  8. Marinate for 3 hours?? It’s Wrong!

  9. You actually make it appear really easy along with your presentation but I to find this matter to be really something that I believe I’d by no means understand.
    It seems too complex and very wide for me. I am having a look ahead for
    your subsequent put up, I’ll try to get the hold of it!

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