Doctor and Lawyer React To Grey’s Anatomy Malpractice Episode

Doctor and Lawyer React To Grey’s Anatomy Malpractice Episode

Watch the second half of this episode review on Legal Eagle’s channel here:

Legal Eagle and I went head to head last year to see which was harder, Med School or Law School. We decided to bury the hatchet this time and join our forces to react to the popular medical malpractice episode of Grey’s Anatomy, Season 10 Episode 9 “Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word”. I brought my medical knowledge about a surgery gone wrong for a snowboarder who loses his legs above the knee. Devin Stone brought his legal expertise to break down what was accurate and what was fake during the trial of Dr. Callie Torres.

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48 Responses

  1. Just Some Guy without a Mustache says:

    This is one of the most unexpected and most welcome collaborations, this needs to happen more

  2. LegalEagle says:

    The sponge was wrongfully accused! #spongejustice #justiceforthesponge

  3. kokidos says:

    *legal* *twerking*

  4. Enrath says:

    That “shopping” analogy was perfect. The “customer is always right” bullshit has bled into medical and patients think they are being served and catered to instead of cared for professionally.

    • Itzi says:

      @Helicoid Those commercials only happen in the US

    • JiminieMN says:

      I work in retail. I wonder how a doctor would take the “I spend thousands of dollars here each year” phrase as to try and get what they want lol!!

    • Brandon Elizondo says:

      And the fact that they can comment on the events of the treatment but the doctor can’t respond…that must blow for doctors!

    • Brandon Elizondo says:

      @Helicoid ikr. what is up with that

    • Chris Check says:

      I’m a teacher, and we get that kind of thing from parents. Especially now, when some people, for political reasons, ignore inconvenient facts in history or science, just teaching legitimate information as a foundation riled up some parents who want us to just reinforce what they already believe and help indoctrinate their child, instead of using our own expertise to present them with the best data available to experts in the field that we’re teaching.

      This is, overall, a problem with Americans’ disrespect for expertise. As Isaac Asimov put it, they believe their ignorance is as good as an expert’s knowledge.

  5. Gowri Nair says:

    **illegal twerking**

  6. Brynley Louise says:

    I would happily watch an entire video of these two talking about men’s fashion.

  7. Evan Gray says:

    The fact that they took the time to roast some fashion without even using it as an ad is iconic

  8. Anna says:

    They never noticed because there’s no nurses in that hospital 😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Remy Buxaplenty says:

      just like in the show, nurses are not respected enough in real life

    • SuperVancouverBC says:

      @Remy Buxaplenty same with pharmacists

    • Simplenotion says:

      oh the nurses/paramedics were there…when they needed them for the on-call room stuff for Mark and Bailey and Derek and basically every other main character or to panic in threatening situations (bomb episode)…or to be left at the altar (insert eye roll here) 😀

    • brooke elle says:

      Exaaactly 🤣

    • SingingSoftly says:

      As a soon-to-be nurse, this was my exact reaction too.

  9. hot tea says:


  10. TimeBucks says:

    It looks as if they both are learning from each other

    • Chris Check says:

      You should always take every opportunity to learn from an expert in something, even if you yourself are an expert in that thing. We should always be willing to learn and grow throughout our whole lives.

    • Jenauxn says:

      It does! They seem to have a good rapport, too!

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