Olasky analyzes Grey’s Anatomy

Professor Marvin Olasky (University of Texas, Journalism) writes about ABC’s hit show, “Grey’s Anatomy” in this his latest column.

Here’s a sample:

“Grey’s,” in short, provides a pretty good analysis of contemporary life (solitary, not so poor, but nasty, brutish, and short). Its semi-solution includes no verticality (as far as the central characters are concerned, God might as well be dead) but lots of temporary horizontality, as characters get through their days and nights by hooking up and developing short-lived community.

His conclusion is also accurate, read on.


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