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Grey's Anatomy: 17 Seconds (2006)
Emmy awards should be awarded based on this episode.
Your jaw will drop, you'll hold your breath, your heart will skip a beat, you may lose the ability to speak. And you're not even the patient.
It's likely you'd normally find yourself hard-pressed to fall this completely for a small group of people, in one small, fake hospital room, play-acting for money.
This episode of 'Grey's Anatomy' will hold your heart for more than "17 Seconds", it will keep your butt frozen to the nearest flat surface for the next sixty minutes.
Medical facts that interest you, you even relate to them. Characters who intrigue you. Story lines you follow. Sexy women. Many sexy women. Many sexy women who know they're sexy. Sexy guys too of course. And sex too. Of course. Realistic hospital scenes, not flashy or exaggerated.
When it's over you can't believe it's over, & you want to know RIGHT NOW what happens. Right now.
And those of you who have never seen Grey's Anatomy will make note of what night it is, what time it is, & what channel you're on. Just in case you happen to be home at this time next week, & you happen to check out what happens next.
That's just what I think of this episode of Grey's Anatomy. Tiffaney.
This is a true theory used in police work.
The mathematical theory used in this show, Numb3rs, is a "true story".
It was created by a member of the Saanich Police, a suburb of Victoria, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The officer who created the theory now travels throughout North America teaching other police forces how to apply his work to practical investigations.
It is now "set up" as a computer program, and in practical use widely throughout Canada, and making it's way throughout the US. It has been thoroughly tested, and proved it's reliability.
I wanted to point this out because it's a great step in police work, and it also makes the show much more interesting.
Signing off from Victoria, BC. Enjoy the show.