If you appreciated the rebellious act that Hugh Laurie gave in House, MD then this show is for you, it has the same amount of rebellion, just toned down a lot. Despite what the critics and audience say if you give it a chance to evolve and explain itself the more you will like it. It's filled with interesting medical cases that at times take drastic turns, but these plot twists will make sense towards the end. It's a show that helps define girl power in the medical field, it has the right amount of dose of humor and sarcasm. Showing you that at times you have to break the rules and take chances even if it means there is a small chance that everything will be okay, or in this case, that everyone will survive. NBC already has two medical shows, both holding their own, both giving us the right amount of drama and blood, and characters to get hooked on, like this show does too. You can easily add this one onto the list of medical t.v dramas you don't mind watching. With just the right amount of silver linings, humor, sarcasm, medical talk, cases, and procedures, and a big giant amount of sticking the middle finger at authority. It is a light hearted medical drama that keeps you watching and wanting more.