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Grey's Anatomy season 2 episodes 16 and 17 "It's The End Of The World" and "As We Know It" are explosive... literally. I've received tons of comments asking me to react to this episode about a bomb in the operating room. Known as a "Code Black" in this hospital, a bomb arrives inside the chest of a World War 2 re-enactor after an accident, and everyone from Meredith Grey to Derek Shepherd has their life on the line. A surprise cameo from Kyle Chandler was fun, but honestly a disappointment considering the bomb squad tech he played seemed totally incompetent. That being said, I am by no means a bomb expert so it is definitely not my place to give notes there, but I am a medical expert, and boy are there some confusing elements in this episode. Anesthesiologists, oxygen tanks, brain surgery, and as always (unfortunately) CHEST COMPRESSIONS, CHEST COMPRESSIONS, CHEST COMPRESSIONS! Which episode should I react to next?
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10 May 2022




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Blackfox413 Yıl önce
The fact that this hospital hasn't been shut down over 10 years ago is the true medical drama miracle.
Lillian Terry
Lillian Terry Yıl önce
i mean- you are not wrong, if this was a fully functioning, actual hospital, they would have been so beyond screwed (and sued- malpractice insurance anyone?) just in the first season or so alone. like,,, yikes!
I mean, right now in the show they are trying to shut down the educational side of grey-sloan hospital. I think writers started to get self aware
chromesthesia Yıl önce
Canoodling in the hospital makes Seattle seem very terrifying
Jiji Jiji
Jiji Jiji Yıl önce
They don't film in a real hospital ,they film in studios , only film in the entrance of a real hospital
Wertsir Yıl önce
@chromesthesia As a Seattleite I can confirm that all our hospitals are brothels, and all our brothels are hospitals. It’s a very confusing situation if you’re from out of town. Nobody goes to the hospital unless they want to get fucked. If you want medicine you go to the old Lou Graham place.
GippyHappy 9 aylar önce
I love that the bomb squad consists of one guy who clearly has no idea what to do when presented with a bomb
Antonio Arreola
Antonio Arreola 6 aylar önce
He's the expendable rookie.
TheBedroomSimRacer 5 aylar önce
"sorry I've only got 2 hours of experience on a Roblox game"
xander 5 aylar önce
John Hardin
John Hardin 4 aylar önce
What do you want from him, he’s spent most of his life as a Texas football coach
Email 2 aylar önce
he’s the intern ofc
LunacyDraws 6 aylar önce
That doctor screaming back at the lady made me laugh so hard
Senju 5 aylar önce
That’s Seattle’s resident bad boy, Alex Karev
TheBedroomSimRacer 5 aylar önce
MissyIsIt 5 aylar önce
Aww good ol Alex Karev 🥺
angel_of_the_night 5 aylar önce
That doctor is Alex Karev, the bad boy
Nikolai Orr
Nikolai Orr 5 aylar önce
If I ever scream that obnoxiously in a hospital I want the doctor to scream back at me too lmao
Martin Daa Kampmann
Martin Daa Kampmann 5 aylar önce
Yeah agreed. It seemed like that kind of reverse psychology got her to realize what she was doing, rather than talking calmly to her which she might not had respected, in the what i assume was a shock state.
Mayday Baeday
Mayday Baeday 4 aylar önce
@Martin Daa Kampmann you say "respected" like she was being a rebellious toddler. These people just went through a severely traumatic incident. Screaming in someone's face, especially a man screaming in a woman's face, isn't going to somehow "snap" her out of trauma, if anything the stress will push her deeper into shutdown.
Ur Mom
Ur Mom 4 aylar önce
If I was actually in the hospital and I was just sitting in a room and I heard that woman screaming I would think “is someone having a baby ????”
Chris Aylar önce
Weird of you to call trauma obnoxious. Makes it seem almost as if you're just privileged.
wolflover 21 gün önce
​@Chris it is
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When she says "I think I'm going to take my hand out now" and Dr. Mike yells "NO!" from the other room I laughed so uncontrollably
John Burien
John Burien 10 aylar önce
when did he leave the room im watching it and he was still in the room when they took the hand out
NeoG3nesis 10 aylar önce
@John Burien it was around 7:44, it was a quick couple second moment where he got up to get some water then there's a cut with him sitting down at 7:48
LegiVonPegi 9 aylar önce
Rachel Covert
Rachel Covert 7 aylar önce
Like yelling so loud my sis heard it in the other room
Recovering Pagan
Recovering Pagan 11 aylar önce
That anaesthesiologist - Milton - also has a well-known history of drinking on the job, including falling asleep drunk while an infant was on the table undergoing brain surgery. I wouldn't expect him to be anything other than a liability in any kind of high-stress situation.
Rosie Orvald
Rosie Orvald 9 aylar önce
that was dr taylor, fired before this episode
Zoroaster 9 aylar önce
I think if I where the EMT I wouldn't have been standing there. Immediately once I found out it was a bomb I would have removed my hand very slowly and walked out of the room.
Alexis Tigges
Alexis Tigges 8 aylar önce
I thought the guy who was drunk on the job got fired I think Milton is a different unless I’m wrong lol
Jbear 7 aylar önce
Was the baby okay?
CHRIS 28 gün önce
Realistically.....as an anesthesia provider.....I'm not putting my life at risk for any patient. First rule of trauma: don't make yourself part of the incident. He's right to leave if he wants too.
Akshaya Ananth
Akshaya Ananth Yıl önce
Ongoing petition to have Dr. Mike react to Grey’s Anatomy season 6, episode 6, “I Saw What I Saw”. It’s a medical whodunnit mystery; tons of medical talking points, lots of teaching points, lots of high stakes in the episode so appropriately dramatic, and there’s not too much personal stuff getting in the way of medicine. One of my absolute favourites.
Manxy Yıl önce
That’s one of my favorites!
Doctor Mike
Doctor Mike Yıl önce
Hmm Sam Bowers, lets get on it good sir! The people have spoken
nenek75 Yıl önce
My favourite is Sanctuary but that's a good one to analyze.
Katerina M
Katerina M Yıl önce
EquusHeart Yıl önce
I forget what that one was about
please help
please help 11 aylar önce
As someone who has worked with bomb squad they actually dress very casually. The reason they do this is to appear nonthreatening so people in the area around them don't panic.
Doesntgetthejoke Aylar önce
That is interesting, I thought they would be wearing helmets and padding for protection?
please help
please help 28 gün önce
@Doesntgetthejoke they only put on the bomb suit when they enter the danger area, other than that you'd probably mistake them for an office worker.
Doesntgetthejoke 28 gün önce
@please help I see, thanks!
Googaify 12 gün önce
yeah and I'm no expert on this but I imagine the bomb suit isn't that much of a help anyway if a bomb goes off while you hold it
Snickims 8 gün önce
@Googaify actually, unless it's a really powerful explosive, the bomb suit can easily safe its users life. They may lose a hand or be badly hurt, but modern eod suits can make a exposition that would normally turn you to red must into nearly a 'badly injured'.
this episode made me cry, seeing Meredith’s eyes as she puts her hand in the patient and Cristina’s reaction to it. It will forever kill me inside.
meep Yıl önce
ok but the shooter episode broke me too
John D
John D 11 aylar önce
It's a TV show... relax, ffs
ComicBee2010 10 aylar önce
@John D of course you
CerealKiller 9 aylar önce
@John D it's a medical DRAMA It's suppose to make you feel stuff Ffs
Katie Zeitz
Katie Zeitz 10 aylar önce
Couldn’t help but lol when you said “imagine you went into a doctor’s appointment and the doctor started rattling of everything that’s wrong with you without a plan.” I have several chronic illnesses and this is how most of my doctor’s appointments feel.
Brazy knowledge
Brazy knowledge 6 aylar önce
Yeah I just sit there so confused as they speak doctor
adhdhamster 4 aylar önce
As someone who also deals with a chronic illness I also laughed at that 🤣
Chris Banner
Chris Banner 4 aylar önce
I love hearing “you just need to lose weight” after explaining that I have chronic pains that are making it difficult to exercise lol
Palesa Lotlhare
Palesa Lotlhare Aylar önce
The worst is when you ask what's wrong with you and they say it could be a number of things. 😭 Then they give you meds to treat the symptoms.
ludi foe
ludi foe 28 gün önce
@Chris Banner try a calorie deficit like 200 less a day
Derek Knox
Derek Knox Yıl önce
Always bothered me that they carried the bomb away, instead of having a containment device right on hand.
Felicia Tierney
Felicia Tierney 10 aylar önce
Right? That was always my issue too!!! But you do kind of get the idea at some point that the bomb squad guy knows he's going to die that day and is just trying to keep everyone else alive. At least I did.
KatieQueen 7 aylar önce
@Felicia Tierney have you ever seen a bomb containment vessel? They are geniuenly quite large and there is no way they couldve gotten one into the room without having to demolish some walls
JasJasbinks 7 aylar önce
@KatieQueen i’d rather knock down some walls rather than blow up 😭
Steve Films
Steve Films 4 aylar önce
@KatieQueen and they’d have plenty of time to do that while they were doing all this other stuff.
Matrim42 3 aylar önce
Yeah, there’s no way they could’ve gotten a BCV in there. Realistically there are two ways that this would go down: the first way would be to place the UXO in a sand filled container in a wagon and pull it out with a robot. That would probably increase the risk of a detonation but it would mean no one would die from it. The second is pretty much what they did, transport it by hand in the orientation it was picked up. This would decrease the risk of explosion but would result in at least one death if it did. If I were the on scene commander I would go with option one unless there was no way to get the other people away from it. Then we’d take it out to the parking lot and either load it into a BCV, or (more likely) just BIP it and make it go away.
jalabi99 11 aylar önce
8:43 I laughed way too hard when Dr. Mike said "this is the most useless bomb squad person ever" - I agree, but I still love that episode!
Zoey Decker
Zoey Decker Yıl önce
Him: "I don't think missiles are legal in Seattle," Me: "I don't think they're legal anywhere,"
LucasWerewolf Yıl önce
I wouldn't be surprised if they were legal in some states tbh.
Zoey Decker
Zoey Decker Yıl önce
@LucasWerewolf that’s just insane to think about.
Bono Giamboni
Bono Giamboni Yıl önce
Don't quote me on it but i think if you have a federal explosives license you can get them, like how you can get full auto firearms if you have a federal firearms license. In fact i believe rocket and grenade launchers are perfectly legal to own just like regular firearms that shoot bullets but every single rocket or explosive requires its own bureaucratic process with tax stamps and stuff like that.
Bono Giamboni
Bono Giamboni 11 aylar önce
@StealthMarmot do you mean just elon's little roofing torches shaped like a flamethrower or actual flamethrowers with spouts of flame over 10 meters? I highly doubt the latter would be legal.
Bono Giamboni
Bono Giamboni 11 aylar önce
@StealthMarmot cool.
Morgana Yıl önce
I think that part of this episode is that Meredith truly feels alone throughout the show, but specifically while her hand is on the bomb. Kristina has Preston to worry about her, for all she knows Derek is worrying about his wife. You stick your hand on a bomb to save lives and you realize just how alone you are when there’s no one there to risk their life for you.
camigami Aylar önce
It’s also a big part of her early character development arc ( I believe it is brought up again later in the show). She sticks her hand in the body without hesitation not just because she is trying to save everyone but also bc she doesn’t care whether she herself dies in the process.
ludi foe
ludi foe 28 gün önce
@camigami doesn’t she go therapy later on and I think she also addresses the whole relationship with her mother thing?
Naomi Lauser
Naomi Lauser Yıl önce
About Meredith needing a medical evaluation after the bomb going off: that is EXACTLY what I thought when I first watched this episode.
Denise Oelrich
Denise Oelrich Yıl önce
The stunt double who filmed that clip went to the ER afterwards because she got a concussion.
Emirii 5 aylar önce
The hospital I gave birth at had a "Code Baby" in the delivery rooms. Ironically it didn't mean what you think it might mean... it means the mother is becoming violent or harmful to self or other
Monkey🍌 5 aylar önce
So becoming a baby
TheBedroomSimRacer 5 aylar önce
@Monkey🍌 that's probably some of the darkest humour I've ever heard lol
Nevaeh Hamilton
Nevaeh Hamilton Aylar önce
What happened?
addie Yıl önce
the fear in merediths eyes shows that she was just numb. she didn’t know weather to cry or scream so she was just numb
adhdhamster 4 aylar önce
Also known as shock. But yeah. It's painful to watch
Tabitha Holland
Tabitha Holland 12 gün önce
wasn't this also during the time when she was a tad sewerslidal? Like when she let herself drown?
Doctor Whovian
Doctor Whovian 9 aylar önce
When you realize anyone who plays “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes” has more experience in explosives than the bomb squad guy in this episode
Ruby4233 Yıl önce
The main thing that has always bugged me about this episode is that only attendings seemed to know what a code black was. Everyone in the hospital should know the code colors. Same as Dr. Mike said, in the hospital I worked in we had a card on our badges that listed them.
Red Niw
Red Niw Yıl önce
I have spent a few nights in different emergency rooms. In one of them, I learned that code grey meant a "disorderly or combative" patient. It took me minutes to puzzle that one together.
Shiny_Vaporeon Yıl önce
Thank you! I was thinking, how in the world did they not know what that code meant? 😅 I worked in a care home a few years ago as support staff, and part of the mandatory safety training was knowing these exact same codes, plus they were everywhere (on our tags, by the phones, etc.).
Nerd - Bookworm
Nerd - Bookworm Yıl önce
Right? I worked at a hospital and on my first day I heard a code blue happening
batslime Yıl önce
I started as a sitter in January and while they’re not on our badges, I was still trained on these things. Luckily when codes come over the intercom they usually just straight up say what’s going on ( rapid response, cardiac arrest, security, and the room/ unit they’re needed in ). Tbh since everyone ended up knowing and evacuating anyway it’s stupid that they even made it so only certain characters knew what it was imo
Breanna Deal
Breanna Deal Yıl önce
​@Nerd - Bookworm I don't even work at a hospital but I knew what "code blue" meant when I heard it over the speaker while I was recovering from labor.
a random comment
a random comment 5 aylar önce
As someone in nursing school, this channel is a gold mine. I get to enjoy my corny medical dramas while learning more about working in hospital triage.
WrenTheBird 3 aylar önce
“Everyone’s evacuated **Except for McDreamy performing BRAIN SURGERY next door**” the passive aggressiveness has me rolling 😂 “How’s the girl with the bomb?” “That’s Meredith.” “Thats ✨wifey✨” stopppp
Delinda Stout
Delinda Stout 9 aylar önce
They weren't giving her a shower. They were supporting her and removing evidence of what she just went through. No talking, no questions, just supporting her in the moment. ❣️
Derpman the First
Derpman the First 6 aylar önce
The best part is at the beginning of the episode it shows George dreaming about this weird foursome with the other three in the shower (probably referencing the story Cristina made up for the guy who used prn as painkiller)
T ismun
T ismun Yıl önce
Such an insane show. I feel like I have to eat magic mushrooms before every episode I love it. I love how it's centered on emotion and has a complete disregard for reality. As an EMT it's very refreshing sometimes (despite feeling like I'm losing brain cells).
Neliam Andrea
Neliam Andrea 8 aylar önce
HE CUT OFF THE BEST PARTTTTTT right after addison hugs derek Adele tells webber “that’s not the she he was asking for”
Alcatrazz Yıl önce
I laughed so hard when you said “oh let’s make sure she’s clean for the next episode “😂😂
Charmaine Sayi
Charmaine Sayi Yıl önce
lyla doran
lyla doran 11 aylar önce
gotta be clean for mcsteamys entrance 😌
Lexi&Mayweirdofun 10 aylar önce
Polarose Dachshunds
The animation of the ambulance flipping through the air sent me LOL. This pair of episodes were so ridiculous. I agree with the petition for you to watch GA Season 6 episode 6 I saw what I saw.
HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul
And the bomb squad guy being ripped apart in a ball light.
Sakareeh 9 aylar önce
Hahahahha it played when I read this
i know exactly who you are
sent you where
Rachel Shoup
Rachel Shoup Yıl önce
I love how he didn’t get Ben mention the fact that she didn’t have any gloves to begin with and then suddenly have a blood covered glove on
Caitlin Sophia
Caitlin Sophia Yıl önce
I was thinking the exact same thing!!
Leticia Schmitt
Leticia Schmitt Aylar önce
I laughed SO HARD when the bomb exploded and the doctor hits her head on the floor and the edit goes BONK and the little sound. I'm seriously crying from laughter
Osmium Technologies
Just adding to the mountain of criticism with those 2 episodes, Here’s a few more inaccuracies that weren’t talked about: -If there is any kind of bomb squad technician on site (especially if that site is a hospital), there would 100% be a boombox there as well. A boombox is literally just a heavily armored box that, if there are no other options of disposal, gets live ordinance put in it so it can detonate without killing anyone. In this situation, a boombox would’ve been wheeled in way, WAY before the live round left the patients body. Once the live round gets removed, everyone would be told to leave the room, the bomb would be put into the boombox, the boombox would be sealed, and everyone can rejoice that their internal organs are still internal. -Every single person in that room would have some kind of body armor on. With the size of that shell, the body armor would do nothing, physically, but anything that makes the people operating on the body feel safer helps them do their jobs better, lowering the risk of a detonation. For those concerned about how sterile body armor is, two hands have been INSIDE the body. It doesn’t matter how sterile the body armor is if everyone in that room gets turned into a hashtag. If it increases the chance that everyone gets to go home and the pros outweighs the cons, it should be used. As unlikely as this situation is, if it ever did happen, these two things would be the first course of action for the responding bomb squad: Make the people operating on the body feel as safe as possible and have a plan to dispose of the bomb (and a backup plan if possible). Thank you for coming to my TedTalk.
bob Yıl önce
they probably knew about the boombox but because they wanted to get that "pink mist" going and be ALL DRAMA, didn't include it on purpose
Wesley Brame
Wesley Brame 11 aylar önce
Biggest thing is, it would’ve never exploded. Explosive ammo needs to be fired, hit a certain velocity and take time to actually arm before actually detonating. You could chuck it at the ground as hard as possible it wouldn’t arm and it wouldn’t explode lmao. The whole episode is flawed
Amaris Frede
Amaris Frede 10 aylar önce
I read that as "Thank you for coming to my TikTok" at first glance! 😅 And thanks for the extra info. I write stories, and I sometimes get trapped by assumptions based on TV series, so any additional info that makes me question is a good thing!
MechaShadowV2 10 aylar önce
@Wesley Brame I was thinking, with my limited knowledge of firearms and explosives, something like that shouldn't "just go off"
Louise Rosado
Louise Rosado 5 aylar önce
I just love how Dr. Mike is ironic the entire episode, it gave me life
DrySoap_ Yıl önce
Dr. Mike should write his own med drama script.
Anna Anna
Anna Anna Yıl önce
All for it
ill star in it
Zuzana Hadrová
Zuzana Hadrová Yıl önce
But then it wouldnt be Doctor drama because in Doctor dramas you need romance etc. So it would be more about how hospitals are in real life show?
Hello there
Hello there Yıl önce
The most accurate medical drama ever 😭
ahoward 7 gün önce
I actually learn so much watching these, it's more gripping than the actual episode itself
Nadia Archuleta
Nadia Archuleta 9 aylar önce
Thank you, Doctor Mike. I always wondered why they still tried so hard, putting so many people at risk, to save the man's life. Your scenario of opening up the patient and securing the bomb as the first priority makes a lot more sense ethically. But then, as a Grey's Anatomy fan, even I acknowledge that not only did the show jump the shark, they blew the dang thing up with this episode.
Elias Farley
Elias Farley 10 aylar önce
I worked in a hospital in the kitchen and every SINGLE member of staff knows what the color codes are. That's the one thing that bothered me about Grey's. Everyone on premises gets trained about the color codes when they're hired.
Advocate Yıl önce
i literally cried this ep. this show has made me cry more then i’m willing to admit
EmeraldWing3 7 aylar önce
Ok my mother and I did laugh when Derrick gave Tuck that final hit. I didn't know it was an actual medical move. We weren't expecting it and just up and made us giggle ourselves silly from all the tension of that episode.
Kyle Lewis
Kyle Lewis Yıl önce
When I was deployed to Afghanistan in 2006, there was a soldier in our unit (10th mountain division, 2/87) that had an rpg hit him in the chest and not go off, much like this situation. The doctors were able to successfully remove the unexploded ordinance and the soldier lived.
SweetLorikeet Yıl önce
That sounds medically fascinating, do you know if they ever published anything about it?
twilight guardian
Фичо Right, because as we all know veteran soldiers cannot have hobbies outside of their having been a soldier. Their entire lives must revolve around having been a soldier and must display that at all times for all the world to see to let everyone know, even on the Nets of Inter because it's the most important, serious place.
MoonFlux Yıl önce
Фичо right. And middle aged/old people can't have Marvel profile pictures? F for Stan Lee then....
twilight guardian
Фичо Exactly why I made my comment. You're making assumptions. And rather ignorant ones at that. No, kids and teenagers are not more likely to have Marvel characters as their profile pictures. It depends on the individual and their interests and their thoughts of anonymity on websites.
C Ratcliff
C Ratcliff Yıl önce
Фичо lmao what? In what world do adults not also like characters? My 38 year old disabled veteran husband would laugh in your face with all his profile pictures. As would MANY of my current enlisted coworkers. Get over yourself and your idea of what an adult is “likely” to do.
Marinara 21 gün önce
He NEEDS to make more greys anatomy reactions they are actually so good!!
Serperior and the animator
honestly as a teenager watching this show I thought that the point of it was not to be medically accurate but just to put characters in high stress situations. This was one of the scariest episodes to me and it is terrifying to think about.
Surabhi Vardam
Surabhi Vardam 3 aylar önce
It is sad when you remember that Meredith did not want to go to work that day. She thought she might die that day. I can't imagine how bad Christina would have felt in case Mer died. She made Mer come to work. Oh God no..
Mike Holmstrom
Mike Holmstrom 8 aylar önce
There was an episode of "Emergency!", where a weapon collector accidentally shot himself with a grenade launcher. They had to bring the Doctors to the scene, built enclosing walls with mattresses, and did the operation in open air. At least when they got the grenade out, they put it in a bomb container, unlike this.
Frida Frausto
Frida Frausto 9 aylar önce
you're so funny when doing commentary! love it. your knowledge on every subject medical-wise is amazing and I salute you for all the studying you've done in your past years to know all of this off the top of your head
FlashNeko417 Yıl önce
Honestly, the fact that EMT took that long to reach a point where she ran out screaming is impressive. She did what she thought she had to do in that situation to save a life and in response she had everyone abandoning her and that shitty doctor holding the oxygen bag all but emotionally torturing her. Like, maybe at some point you'd require the other doctors to leave but you'd think the bomb squad would AT LEAST send in a bomb defusing robot or something with a monitor to have someone able to keep talking to her even if it was from a distance. And given THIS hospital's track record, I would not be surprised if instead of being given the psychological counseling she needed after the incident, she was just fired and told what a horrible EMT she was.
Cat Woman
Cat Woman Yıl önce
I felt so bad for her
DravenGal Yıl önce
That was Christina Ricci, wasn’t it?
DareToBeDeviant Yıl önce
@DravenGal Yes, sir, it was. I'd recognize her anywhere, being in many movies from my childhood. Always liked her smile.
Nathan Seeley
Nathan Seeley Yıl önce
I mentally saw you turning purple and spittle flying from your mount towards the end there
KayleighJones 10 aylar önce
You should do the episode where they’re trying to decide if Meredith can keep her medical license or not
Erica D
Erica D 4 aylar önce
Could you be more vague? "The episode"
KayleighJones 4 aylar önce
@Erica D sorry, I’m not a grey’s encyclopedia and I don’t know the season and episode number but I did give some detail on the episode immediately following “the episode” so yeah I literally could be more vague
Jack 13 gün önce
"Yeah, she just decided to CHASE THE BOMB." That part made me burst out laughing. Dear God this is a crazy hospital.
Doctor mike never fails to entertain us
d3mo Aylar önce
This is my favorite episode. My favorite part was when Alex screamed in that lady’s face.
randomized trees
randomized trees 5 aylar önce
This guy teaches us and make us have a good time he is better than a teacher
Savanna Seidensticker
What's bothering me the most is how terribly they're handling this bomb. In actuality, they certainly would not have had one person CARRYING IT THROUGH THE HOSPITAL. They have containment vessels where they can safely put explosives to detonate or transport them which should have been in the room. Technically not sterile, but I think that's a sacrifice that would have had to be made in order to lessen the possible damage of an explosion.
Moon Princess KY
Moon Princess KY Yıl önce
Yes. You said what I wanted to. Thanks.
Daniela Miranda
Daniela Miranda Yıl önce
exactly! they would at least have some sort of briefcase to put the bomb in
HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul
While it looks like is is walking towards another member of the squad with a container at the end of the corridor, why was that box not inside the room right next to them to reduce the time the device is in the open.
♡ simply annie ♡
A M 11 aylar önce
It was just first day in the job :(
That Green Scorpion
I died when he screamed back at her in 2:41 but seriously Doctor Mike brings us joy, Comedy and he helps us learn new things about the medical field.
recoveryisreal 3 gün önce
This was the first episode of Grey's Anatomy that I ever watched and admittedly, it got me obsessed with the show. I was so tense watching it haha. These days I'd probably just yell at the tv.
Emma Wells
Emma Wells 10 aylar önce
I remember being in the hospital for my broken ankle recovering after surgery in my room that I stayed in for a week and I suddenly hear “code blue” over the intercom and then I see a bunch of nurses running and I’m like oh dang that’s not good
Caitlin Hill
Caitlin Hill Yıl önce
You should watch season 12 episode 9 “The sound of silence” where Meredith gets attacked and react to the terminology and how everyone reacts.
Coral Jones
Coral Jones 14 gün önce
I'm literally dying at the 'bonk' funniest part of the whole episode can't believe no one's mentioned it
Anna M
Anna M Yıl önce
Fun fact the actress that plays Meredith ended up performing that stunt herself at the end because something happened to her stunt double and when she did she didn’t land correctly and actually hit the back of her head hard when she bounced back.
Rachel Erin
Rachel Erin Yıl önce
Ouch. Hope she didn’t get a concussion!
Gingechicken Yıl önce
I think they just pulled too hard, she wasn't ready for the force. She was obviously fine but I believe she had to get it checked out
L Y Yıl önce
I always wondered about that. Risky move.
Felipe Giannasi
Felipe Giannasi Yıl önce
that doesn't sound like a fun fact
JennaB Yıl önce
And they used the clip of the stunt double hitting her head in the show even though they had Ellen do it too lol
Tobi Dobidu
Tobi Dobidu Yıl önce
The code sheet you put out was really interesting. I always wondered why Cardiac arrest wasn't code red since that seemed to be a more fitting alarm to something so serious. Did not know code red was taken or that there were so many other color codes. Also can I just point out how amusing it is to see basically every color as a code and then there is "aqua" for flooding?
🌸Elizabeth Afton🌸
Well it makes sense why code red is for fire because fire is mostly red. Cardiac arrest meaning blue kinda confuses me. In Chicago med when I see parts when they forcefully arrest the heart in surgery it turns purple.
WyvernYT 25 gün önce
Supposedly this is in Seattle, so flooding might be a thing they need to worry about. Certainly leaky roofs are a possibility.
Nana Deborah
Nana Deborah 20 gün önce
Those are pretty universal codes. We were attached to a Children's hospital,so our cardiac code was code 99 because the Children's Hospital used Code Blue. However,if it was an adult visiting at the Children's Hospital then Code 99 was used. Because the right size equipment needed to get to the code. Also,Code Pink was used for a missing child. But the other codes were standard nationwide.
SnarkbotAnya 25 gün önce
I have a story about codes! While I was in hospital for one of my cycles of consolidation chemo, I heard an announcement one evening calling a "code gray" on another floor and requesting trained personnel. The next time the nurses came to check on me, I asked them what code gray meant. They told me it meant someone being violent.
Mina_Ophelia 29 gün önce
I love your reaction, my parents are both doctors and both of them cannot watch this show ....or if they watch some pieces of randomly episode, they make big laugh by it because it's insanely how fake all that they do or use or don't do it is. you make me laugh so so much! thank you.
Marianna Anagno
Marianna Anagno Aylar önce
I laughed so hard when you said "preface that with please do not move or remove your hand" and then you say "a little late bud!" because it's so true! If it wasn't a tv show anyone would have started moving their fingers and then BOOM!
Experiment IV
Experiment IV Yıl önce
oh hell yes, this is one of those episodes with great tension if you’re invested in the series or you’re a writer. can’t wait to see you tear it down. as a narrative plot it’s quite good, but i do wish the show had a bit of a better balance between realism and drama.
~Lynx~ Yıl önce
It's like writers think that real life can't be tense enough, it's as if they've never experienced life at all
@~Lynx~ well i mean i read wattpad and ive had many characters die in a realistic way. ive also seen characters go insane or have mental problems and its all pretty realistic most of the time
M Jacobs
M Jacobs Yıl önce
@💚harreh&loueh💙 bruh don't bring wattpad into this 🤡
Melisande La Lavandere
Melisande La Lavandere 11 aylar önce
I like the sound of Dr. Mike's voice when his nose is all stuffed up. It's adorable 😁
Nicole Engelhuber
Nicole Engelhuber 24 gün önce
It's a shame that this didn't show how this would have realistically played out. Im generally curious about how they would handle this in real life.
VinnyDaQ 3 aylar önce
In answer to your question “where is he taking the bomb?”, he was most likely headed to the bomb disposal vehicle. They tow a round shaped heavily armored containment vessel that unexploded ordnance is placed into in order to detonate it safely. The vessel sends the force of the blast directly upward, while keeping any shrapnel contained inside the vessel.
Irena Luo
Irena Luo Yıl önce
oh my goodness this video literally made my week. You're like me watching a show/movie with ridiculous storyline or situations.
Nimue 3 aylar önce
i absolutely love surgeons, even when they panic they speak calmly. i've been for tons of surgeries before, and not one of them shouted or screamed ❤
Corbin Brier
Corbin Brier Yıl önce
Alex screaming in her face always makes me laugh. It's just so sudden and funny.
Jackie Yıl önce
same, i know thats not how a doctor should really help a patient in shock, but it is hilarious and oh so alex
viv Yıl önce
funniest thing ever
Merlijn Yıl önce
Alex is definetely one of my favourite characters, second only to Miranda Bailey. He is so funny and has such a great character arc during the series
Jackie Yıl önce
@Merlijn he is my fave too, just disappointing how they had him leave
Merlijn Yıl önce
@Jackie yeah that was not great. I'm sure there was a reason they couldn't do it much differently but it still hurt
Audrey Kwa
Audrey Kwa Yıl önce
I laughed sooo hard. His reactions were amazing
shortforsophie Yıl önce
3:13 I had a pt post-ablation that developed a tamponade. The attending physician was watching the senior resident meticulously gowning up to do the pericardiocentesis, and literally said “this is a situation where blood pressure trumps sterility.” Everything worked out beautifully, pt made a full recovery, but yeah… that was an unreasonably intense half hour. Tl;dr patient had a complication from a cardiac procedure and began bleeding into the space around his heart, and needed the blood drained lickety-split.
Sergio T
Sergio T Aylar önce
Up until 12:39 I was hooked on the situation. As soon as the "bonk" sound effect I couldn't stop laughing 😂😂🤦
Wyatt Gibson
Wyatt Gibson 8 aylar önce
I think the most unrealistic part is the anesthesiologist even being in the room at all. It would be a nurse anesthetist for sure.
N.R. Aylar önce
That exact case has happened in the past. I recall a couple of cases at the Military Central Hospital during the Colombian armed conflict. Once, they removed a live grenade (from a grenade launcher) from the soldier's face. On a previous occasion, they removed a live rifle grenade from a soldier's leg. These cases were documented. - EDIT. This show is one of the most unrealistic medical dramas ever.
Jessica Knittingsworth
Imagine working at a hospital where ONLY a handful of doctors know what the codes are. Pure and utter chaos. Usually, a code involves more than just doctors, often including people like Security, Chaplain, and other "specialties" that vary by code.
Moon Princess KY
Moon Princess KY Yıl önce
Usually, all employees know all the codes and they should have been trained to know how to respond to each.
The Mildly Concerned Kitten
Wouldn't security also have played a part in at least trying to evacuate the OR/etc for the one not leaving?
internet Explorer
internet Explorer 10 aylar önce
I worked as a waitress in a nursing home and I KNOW what code black means
Adam Hansen
Adam Hansen Aylar önce
I saw that episode as a kid and forgot how it played out but remembered it was a thing, thank you for bringing me back lol
LukasRainbow 9 aylar önce
Gotta love that you’re being entertained and taught at the same time
ErebusMint 7 aylar önce
I’ve co-watched almost every season of this show because my sister is obsessed with it, but I swear new episodes just MANIFEST THEMSELVES because I have never heard of this one
NadineNC 10 aylar önce
I am a sixteen year old kid and I think I could have probably handled the panicking patient and paramedic better than the people in this drama 😅 Like, have they never interacted with anyone in any state of distress before? I have limited experience with shock, but even just deescalating friend's panic attacks gives you the sense to not yell at people or perpetuate their anxiety!
brunosly bruno
brunosly bruno 7 aylar önce
i feel like shock is a case where it might work, if the reaction is *so* surprising that it kinda snaps someone back to reality its not recommended and usually bad, but i can see it working
Késsia Marques
Késsia Marques Aylar önce
I loved the end because I was expecting a happy ending too, because I thought that the explosion would happen not at that point of episode. But what pisses me off the most is the no one but Meredith got traumatized.
Dawid Kostorz
Dawid Kostorz Yıl önce
I think we can all agree that Mikes content and reactions are one of a kind
bananamilk .__.
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Dawid Kostorz
Dawid Kostorz Yıl önce
@bananamilk .__. Thank you
Dawid Kostorz
Dawid Kostorz Yıl önce
@FallenCloud don't think so
FallenCloud Yıl önce
@Dawid Kostorz uff you got me there
Vox Cruora
Vox Cruora 5 aylar önce
Doctor Mike, on future episode videos, do you think you'd be able to tell us how the episode's scenario would be handled if it were real, in a real life hospital, at the end? I think that'd be interesting, a sort of wrap up summery that really puts into perspective how much of the episode was dramatized.
Amanda Glover
Amanda Glover 28 gün önce
The bomb squad guy slander was cracking me up the entire time 😂😂
Lillian Ward
Lillian Ward 11 aylar önce
It’s so funny to me that Kyle Chandler is the bomb squad guy because it makes it 10x funnier how unhelpful he is. I just imagine him as Coach Taylor on his first day with the bomb squad going “I’ve been coaching football in Texas for years and years, I can’t give real advice about bombs.”
Kenneth Nwanze
Kenneth Nwanze Aylar önce
Honestly Dr. Mike is questioning a lot of good things abt the show that we don’t even recognize.
Farin Shore
Farin Shore 2 aylar önce
I find it much less shocking that the bomb squad is lacking people skills than i find it shocking that so many doctors lack people skills.
REH Yıl önce
About 15 years ago, my husband suffered a heart attack. It wasn't one of those chest clutching, left arm hurting things. It was quiet. All he said to me was he felt sick. I asked him if his arm was hurting, he said it was tingling in his bicep. The year before he had gone to see the doctor for the nerve issue in his bicep, and he was sick as well, so the conclusion was a pinched nerve in the bicep. So, I said Let's get you up to the hospital (since it was a weekend). I asked him if he wanted me to drive, he said "Yeah, sure." So we got in, and I drove him, knowing full well that the highway was going to be full of morning traffic. Before I got onto the highway, I reached over and took his hand. I knew immediately what was going on. He was cold, clammy. I told him. "Say, could you watch my blind side please. I can't really see too good there (I had Bell's Palsy at the time, so my eye was just not working when I looked sideways). So he did that. I would ask him a few times about what he was seeing and he told me. We got onto the highway and there wasn't any morning traffic, so I slowly sped up and got him to the hospital in about 6 minutes. Got into the parking by the ER. I said, do you want a wheelchair. He looked at me in shock. I said "If you're not feeling good, I would rather you not overtax yourself and throw up." He said, nah, I'm good. I also told him "Tell them you are having chest pains." He said "But I'm not." I said "You want to get seen asap, please, tell that that." He wasn't going to but I interjected and told them that yes, he is having shortness of breath and chest pains. They got him in right away and sure enough, he was having a heart attack. He looked at me completely surprised. I gave him a hug and said "I knew it the moment I took your hand, now let them do the work." A nurse came in, and after they found his heart attack and was treating it, she turned and looked at me and said "YOU SHOULD HAVE CALLED 911!" Here I was, holding all of his things in bags, heading up to angiogram. The other nurses just looked at her and then at me. I was mad, but I said "Let's just get him upstairs, shall we?" I realized after the fact that I should have called 911 at the time, but here I was, based on what I had known before with him, but something was off and I could feel it, just not sure what. My first instinct was to get him to the hospital, which I did in good time. But the nurse made me feel like I had made the biggest mistake in my life, and doing so in front of my husband was what really upset me. I did what I had to do with what I had. I got him into the car, got him focused on something else besides himself, and got him to the ER where they stopped the heart attack. Within a half hour he was in open heart surgery with four blocked arteries on his heart. I was in the chapel when I fell apart, and all I could think of was what that nurse said and the what if's that just steamrolled me during the long wait. Needless to say, my husband recovered and he is still with me to this day!! I'm not even trained in the medical field to know such things. Mine was all instinct and based on past experiences. My life would have been so different if he had died because that nurse's words would have been in my head "You should have called 911". I do know the next time we will if it should ever happen again.
Elise Pipia
Elise Pipia Yıl önce
Something VERY similar just happened to my family a few weeks ago!!! It was my step dad and my mom was in your position, feeling guilty because they thought he was having back pain, didn’t realize it was a heart attack. He had open heart surgery and a hole in his main artery but miraculously survived. We are so grateful and I kept telling my mom it wasn’t her fault that she didn’t realize sooner, but the main thing was that she got him to the hospital and he’s ok now.
Cheesus Sliced
Cheesus Sliced Yıl önce
I'd be inclined to put in a complaint about that. they should have waited until the situation was fully under control and explained what to do better next time instead of potentially creating another patient with a guilt trip.
Rachel Erin
Rachel Erin Yıl önce
Oh my gosh what a crazy experience! Your instincts probably saved his life, and I’m so glad you’re still sharing this life together. Definitely a careless and ill-advised comment from the nurse…that would’ve made anyone more stressed out and feel guilty :/.
Sarah Margaret
Sarah Margaret Yıl önce
Back in 2017 my grandfather passed away. Twice. When it happened the first time he went into cardiac arrest and my grandmother called 911; it took the paramedics roughly half an hour to get to their house, and the hospital is literally 10 minutes away. So they resuscitated him, and because he went without oxygen for so long, he had brain damage and sat in hospice care for the following week having spasms until he finally passed for good. Since then, my grandmother made sure she had a DNR order so that when she passes HOPEFULLY she won't have to go through what my grandfather went through. If it only took you 6 minutes to get to the hospital, that's way better than waiting God knows how long for the paramedics.
I get that the nurse had a point, but she really shouldn't have said that until afterwards. That definitely didn't help you in that moment.
Zach J. Payne
Zach J. Payne Aylar önce
"Imagine you went into a doctor's office and doctors just rattled off every problem you have with no plan of what to do next." -- accurately sums up my experiences with pretty much every doctor I've ever seen.
Juliana Díaz Villalba
Although some people consider this show very dramatic or ridiculous, this chapter really made me cry a lot. I'm sensible 😅
ArtsySmartsy 3 aylar önce
After watching this episode the first time, i had gotten so weirdly connected to the bomb squad guy that i cried when he died, then googled the actor so I'd feel better knowing he's okay.
Weeb And gaming inc.
I never thought a tv show can have a very dark, almost dark enough to make you start laughing ending. (And I mean that shocked laughter you get when something extremely dark happens)
Rori Frongillo
Rori Frongillo 19 gün önce
Loved Dr. Mike's defusing pun😂
Sudan Mapping
Sudan Mapping Yıl önce
Burke repeatedly referring to the patient as “MY patient” one second after he walks in the room sums up his narcissistic character…I’m here for it!
shayla Yıl önce
True but everyone doctor on the show says this
Diamond Butterfly 🦋💎
They. Are it personal to show they are invested. And he is an attending talking to a subordinate
Lilo Heinrich
Lilo Heinrich Yıl önce
Being near an oxygen main does justify moving out of the room… but as for the bomb guy carrying the bomb by hand, while I’m sure they would have cleared a path to move the bomb out and deal with it (disarming or exploding it safely), he should have had some sort of containment vessel. It was for the drama
Sara Morse
Sara Morse Yıl önce
I think Dr. Mike should react to the 2-part season 6 finale ("Sanctuary" and "Death and All His Friends") or the season 8 finale ("Flight"). There is a lot that happens in those episodes that are medical, and not just interpersonal drama.
Svatopluk Čech
Svatopluk Čech 9 aylar önce
I hate these types of medical dramas. I would have stopped watching a long time ago because it's so stupidly unrealistic. Btw thanks for pointing out and explaining the medical problems in the drama. Love your vids ^^ I hope you're happy and healthy!♥
D B Yıl önce
The first mistake is thinking that any uber dramatic episode of Grey's will "have a happy ending" proves that he needs to do many more of these episodes.
Pastel Music
Pastel Music 3 aylar önce
The roasting of the bomb squad guy made this video perfect lol! 9:30 cracked me up so much, emotional damage!
SinnerTheSinful Yıl önce
I love how, in the table mike showed, code aqua is just: "Flood", no team response, no evacuation, just "yeah there's water, nothing we can do about it, wanna go for a swim?"
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Lizzie Cottrell
Lizzie Cottrell Yıl önce
I was thinking the same thing 😅
Anime Lover
Anime Lover Yıl önce
@Lizzie Cottrell same
Anna M
Anna M Yıl önce
There’s an episode on grey’s where’s the hospital floods 😂
Amelia B
Amelia B Yıl önce
@Anna M what episode?
Nightwng2k 5 aylar önce
Just finished watching the "Grey's Anatomy" and "House, MD" reviews. I really enjoyed them, especially with special guests like Legal Eagle, joining in. And it's interesting the choices some made for episodes to be reviewed, and how relevant your comments could actually flow over to other medical shows, like ER, which is my favorite of the genre. Lot's of "primetime soap opera" going on, but lots of medical world connections too. The county teaching hospital environment Interactions with the "good, bad, and the ugly" of coworkers in various departments and positions. Personal interactions with coworkers you've grow close to who are going through different situations from family crisis, furthering their education in other fields, death of a close coworker, assault on a close coworker, questionable ethical decisions by coworkers, and other situations. Changes in technology, both hospital and medical related to external technology (such as the difference in the older cell phones and their impact on technology such as electric wheelchairs and pacemakers). And the evolution of technology and procedures brought about by that new technology. As well as the lack of some technology at a financially challenged hospital of the period. Changes and ethics of law relating to certain situations (HIV/AIDS medical workers, the use of organ donation by HIV patients to HIV recipient patients, and many other law situations, not just malpractice cases). Hospital disasters (a helicopter falling on the ER ambulance bay which killed a much hated doctor, a desk clerk launching a rocket into the ambulance bay (that ambulance bay got blowed up a LOT), mass shooting incident, toxic spill incident, smallpox/pox incident, and others). There is so much in that series (and I guess in others) for a medical professional to make notes about and review, just as they would be good for medical practice attorneys to review as well. I know that medical shows are typically "truncated", so a lot is left out. But I thought each show had medical consultants to evaluate what ended up on screen. Perhaps much of it is ignored since you've had a look and reviewed so much as questionable. But ER for a long period of time had Michael Crichton who you would have thought would have required more accuracy in the show. Still, if you get a chance, it would be interesting to see you look at some of the episodes. It's hard to choose one because, as you can see, some of these episodes actually have a longer arc. "Loves Labor Lost", for example, deals with the situation of a missed birth problem and the death of the mother while the baby survived, while a later episode deals with the malpractice suit. And, of course, in talking about "ugly" coworkers, there is Dr. Romano, who was very much hated and hateful, had some "good" moments, lost his arm in a helicopter incident, then had a helicopter fall on his head. The incident with Lucy and Carter being attacked, leading to Carter's drug addiction. Carter going overseas to work for "Doctors without borders" and all the incidents with that. And so many other situations to address. "The good, the bad, and the ugly" fill the show. Of course, I'd like to see a medical evaluate most of the episodes of this show and many other shows, but that's pretty much a career right there so probably not for you. Still, I thought your examination of the others series was good and really would like to see more. Thanks.
räknamedsune 9 aylar önce
They didn't evacuate the entire hospital, only the OR floor (-Dereks team). They moved some patients to another hospital and advised everyone to leave if they didn't want to stay but the majority of the hospital staff and patients were still there which is why they had to move. It wasn't about the equipment, if the bomb exploded in the OR they originally were in the entire hospital would've blown up and everyone on the other floors would've died, not just Derek and the bombsquad
Mello Dee Beats
Mello Dee Beats 9 aylar önce
Your breakdown of this is not only informative but highly entertaining lol.