The second feature is the extended episode of the musical event, “Song Beneath the Song.” It falls in with my previous statement of deleted scenes. The added scenes to this episode actually brought it down and made the episode drag on. I felt the episode was well executed in its original form. Sadly, this extended version didn’t do anything for the episode except hurt it.
"The Music Event: Behind the Scenes" was an enjoyable piece covering the making of the musical episode. I enjoyed seeing this and learning about the musical talents of the actors. This is a very nice compliment to the musical episode and helps you to really understand just how much time and effort went into this kind of episode.
The feature that brought about a lot of fun was the outtakes. I really enjoy watching outtakes and seeing people make mistakes while trying to remain serious. My primary complaint about it is that it barely clocks in at over two minutes, making it way too short. It definitely needed to be longer, but what little we get is definitely a gas!
The final feature brought to us in this DVD set is the complete “Message of Hope” webisode series. These are fun to watch, as they keep the heart and soul of Grey’s Anatomy intact and offering up more content to the fans. If you never had the chance to watch these online then you’ll be pleased to catch them now. These are definitely worth a look and I hope the creators of Grey’s continue to give us more webisodes in the upcoming season.
Season seven is one of the greatest seasons yet. Some may say Grey’s is in a decline, I feel it’s becoming a raging inferno that I hope to see get even bigger and better with the much anticipated season eight. If you haven’t seen season seven, need a refresh, or just love Grey’s Anatomy, this is the perfect DVD set to pick up and get ready for season eight. Grey’s Anatomy season 7 will be available on DVD September 13th.