There’s mass mourning in the “Grey’s Anatomy” fan club today, as last night’s episode (April 23) saw the demise of series regular Dr. Derek Shepherd.
Patrick Dempsey explained, “It just sort of evolved. It’s just kind of happened. It really was something that was kind of surprising that unfolded, and it just naturally came to be. Which was pretty good. I like the way it has all played out. Things happened very quickly, where we were like, ‘Oh this is where it’s going to go.’ It just sort of unfolded in a very organic way. I don’t remember the date. It was not in the fall. Maybe February or March. It happened very quickly.
Bringing holiday cheer to hundreds of workers, Patrick Dempsey announced on Wednesday (December 26) he would lead a bidding group to buy Tully's Coffee, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in October.
The Seattle-based company is based in the same city that "Grey's Anatomy" is set, and McDreamy himself says he's eager to help save the jobs that would be lost if it goes under.
It's certainly not an accomplishment in which he'll be bragging about, as Adam Sandler has set a new record by amassing a hefty eleven nominations for the 32nd Annual Golden Raspberry Awards.
Created to "honor" the worst in movies, the Razzies announced this year's contenders on Saturday night (February 25) with Sandler garnering the numerous bids thanks to his acting in "Jack & Jill" and "Just Go With It" along with a Worst Picture nomination as producer of "Bucky Larson: Born To Be a Star".