I don't know how it will play out west, but ''Grey's Anatomy'' undoubtedly kept male Super Bowl viewers around with that group shower at the beginning. And actually managed to make fun of the scene (and any jaw-dropped men remaining) after doing it.
Pretty rotten, though, to have the episode to end with multiple cliffhangers to be continued next week.
I wish ''Code Black'' had proven something more surprising than the very thing the promos had been hinting at. And the business with Bailey felt like piling on.
You can see why Christina Ricci was cast, though. Not just because she's an interesting actress, and one who can play the naif well. With those big eyes, she's very expressive even if a surgical mask is covering half her face.
And, as much as I disliked the cliffhanger, there are other things to like in any episode of ''Grey's.'' This had the scene where the men gather outside the room where Bailey's being examined, and several good scenes for Bailey, and the way a couple of people put aside any urge for heroism in a crisis and acted, well, human.