Written by M.
It’s what we call it when your mind goes from brilliant to blank.
You can prepare all you want.
But the feeling can still hit you, out of nowhere.
So when it hits you, when your mind shuts down, when you open your mouth and no words come out, the good news is it happens to all of us.”
And here we have another episode that is just about a few characters and all other storylines just come to a screeching halt. This time it’s all about Jackson and April. So what can we take out of this episode? Not that much to be honest. Just that Jackson has a little more appreciation for his mother after meeting his father, who left him as a child and never looked at him again. That’s pretty much about it.
Oh, and apparently Jackson and April found out that they can do something other than fight. And that is having sex. I know that I’m stepping on a lot of toes saying this, but I don’t believe in ‘Japril’. Years ago, they worked, definitely. But let’s face it, they haven’t worked in years. All they have done in the last years is fight. Fight over everything. Can they please just let them move on to new loves. Because, seriously, I am so done with them fighting over everything.
As a parent, when your child is in the hospital, wouldn’t you want a doctor who understands what it is that you’re going through? That is exactly what Jackson is doing, but of course April doesn’t agree with that. Apparently fighting Jackson on everything is more important than comforting the parents. I used to like the character that is April, but lately she is getting more and more annoying and I’m over it already.
There’s a reason it happens.
We lose our words because the stakes are so high and we have so much to lose.
We’re petrified of saying too much or saying it wrong.
When the truth is, the only wrong thing you can say is nothing at all.”
- Can someone explain to me why Harriet was planned to stay with Catherine when Jackson thought Meredith would go with him to Montana? Why couldn’t she just stay with April?
- Catherine saying “Give me my child” to Jackson about Harriet. Uhm excuse me miss, I know you think you own everything in this world, but she is not your child. She’s your grandchild.
- April saying that she and Catherine have been friends for years… Girl please! Get a reality check and get a dictionary to get the definition of ‘friendship’. Because it’s not what you and Catherine are, you never have been. You are her puppet. Her way to try to have control over Jackson.
But seriously, this sneak preview is so much more exciting;