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Funny Tweets About Cristina Yang’s Text on Grey’s Anatomy

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It’s been four score and several years since Sandra Oh’s Cristina Yang graced the hallowed halls of Grey Sloan Memorial, but during the Oct. 17 episode of Grey’s Anatomy, the character reminds fans of her presence with a cheeky offscreen cameo.

As a reminder, Cristina leaves Grey Sloan Memorial in season 10 when she moves away from Seattle to lead a cardio-thoracic department at a hospital in Switzerland — but that doesn’t mean she isn’t still in the know when it comes to the hospital’s drama. In Thursday’s episode, Meredith suffers from an intense case of foot-in-mouth disease (not the actual disease, mind you) when she accidentally publishes a list of problems she has with the medical field and, more specifically, with Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Since Meredith is already on superthin ice after committing insurance fraud, defiantly refusing to apologize for her actions, and attempting to practice medicine while her medical license is under review, it’s definitely not a smart idea to disrespect her former place of work where her mentor Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is still the chief.

When Meredith’s list goes live, all hell breaks loose, and it’s the perfect time for her “person” to step in and make sure she’s OK. The disgraced doctor receives a text message from her friend that simply reads, “Move to Switzerland before Bailey murders you in your sleep.” It’s short, and it’s a spot-on prediction of the magnitude of Miranda’s anger. When Meredith seeks out her former mentor, the older woman is rightfully hurt by Meredith’s list and exasperated with her bullsh*t. “I was your friend, your mentor, and every time you needed me, I was there,” Bailey tells her, refusing to accept Meredith’s apologies.

The episode ends without any reconciliation, and it doesn’t seem like there will be a solution to the rift between Miranda and Meredith anytime soon. Maybe Cristina has a point? At least that way the fans can get a proper appearance from their favorite! Still, any mention of Cristina is enough to send Grey’s Anatomy viewers into a tizzy. Check out their reactions ahead!





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Rocky Horror Picture Show Costumes

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show first premiered over 40 years ago, but it still remains a cult classic to this day — just ask the cast, who reunited as recently as 2015. Whether it’s on stage, on screen, or in movie theaters across the world, these costumes have been replicated time and time again, and there’s no wrong way to do it yourself. Whether you want to keep it simple as Brad, Janet, or Riff Raff, or go all out as Frank-N-Furter or Columbia, we’re looking back at the film’s characters and how to make them a part of your Halloween.





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Is the Old Man in Watchmen the Little Boy in the Race Riots?

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The new HBO action-drama Watchmen sets up several mysteries in the premiere episode, not the least of which is just who Louis Gossett Jr.’s character is in the world of these masked vigilantes. Warning: spoilers for the premiere ahead.

In the first episode of Watchmen, titled “It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice,” the opening scene shows a dramatization of the real-life Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921, in which, historians believe, over 300 people were killed, mostly African-American citizens of Tulsa, OK. Among the chaos and death, a little boy manages to escape in a wagon with a couple that his parents know. His parents are then presumably blown up when an airplane drops a bomb on the warehouse they were last seen in.

Later on, when the wagon presumably crashes and the couple are killed, the little boy finds their baby alive nearby and picks her up — the baby seems to be dressed in girl clothes, though there is no confirmation of the baby’s sex. The only thing the little boy has with him is a note that reads, “Watch over this boy.”

We don’t yet know for whom the note was intended, but cut to the end of the episode and Gossett Jr.’s character has the note. Now, he never gives his name, but HBO’s press release about the cast lists him as “Will Reeves.” That may have been his original name or it may be the name he ended up with when he was taken in by whoever raised him.

It remains to be seen how exactly Will figures into the Watchmen universe, but he does seem to know about Angela’s (Regina King) double life. Earlier in the episode, he sits outside her “bakery” and asks her if she thinks he can lift 200 pounds. That seems fairly innocuous . . . until he later calls her to come find the body of the chief (Don Johnson), who has been lynched, hung from a tree out in the country.

Was Will possibly referring to lifting the chief? Why is he at the site of the body? And how did he even get to the middle of that field? He is in a wheelchair, after all. Also, during the phone call when Will tells Angela to come find the chief’s body, he tells her not to wear a mask, so he knows she’s one of the masked policemen running around. He also seems to know that her father was Marcus Abar. What connection does Will have to Angela?

For now we’ll have to wait and see until next week, when hopefully HBO will reveal how someone who is roughly 105 years old may have been involved in lynching the chief of Tulsa’s police force. In the meantime, we’ll be brushing up on all the Watchmen origin stories.





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