Grey’s Anatomy: Meredith Grey’s 9 Most Annoying Moments

  

Grey’s Anatomy may be mostly focused on Meredith Grey, but that doesn’t mean she is the easiest character to like all the time. While she has definitely been through more than her fair share of truly terrible situations, so have a lot of the other seemingly very unlucky doctors at the hospital, yet she continues to act like she is the only one to have suffered. Many times Meredith Grey is an inspirational character but it seems just as often she has gotten on fan’s nerves and is also widely considered as one of the show’s most annoying characters. Love her or hate her, here are Meredith Grey’s 9 most annoying moments on Grey’s Anatomy:

9. The George Fiasco (Season 2)

It may be hard to remember now but the early seasons of Grey’s Anatomy were consumed with George’s love for Meredith. His pining was obvious to everyone except for, of course, Meredith herself and without a doubt she handled their situation horribly. Despite the fact that he had way more feelings for her than she did him, Meredith slept with George, and cried during. Instead of owning up to not having the same feelings, she used George, someone who had been nothing but an amazing friend to her, to try to make herself feel better even though it would break his heart. While it is a small instance out of Meredith’s annoying moments, it was one of the first which truly displayed her selfish behavior which would become one of her defining character traits.

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8. Being a Doctor (Early Seasons)

Over the years, Meredith Grey has become one heck of a surgeon, that much cannot be denied, but in the early seasons, many viewers had some concerns. While others, mostly George and Christina were focused on their internship and caring for patients, Meredith was constantly preoccupied with the drama going on in her personal life. There were times when her sadness over Derek meant Christina and Izzie had to literally lead her around, and the scary part was she still acted as a doctor for patients even though she was probably in no mental state to. It was annoying to watch someone who was very clearly a potential danger to patients simply muddle through her very serious job just in order to get back to obsessing over Derek Shepherd.

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