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Message par Bob le Lun 29 Oct - 14:24

Débarrassé du soit disant homophobe docteur Burke (Isaiah Washington) , Grey's Anatomy n'a peur de rien! Pour le remplacer entant que chirurgien du coeur, voilà le Docteur Erica Hahn (interprété par l'actrice Brooke Smith, vue dans 'Crossing Jordan récemment). Après plusieurs apparitions dans la série, l'actrice fait aujourd'hui partie des réguliers de la série et apporte quelque chose de nouveau à la série.
Hahn est dure, travailleuse, et soit disant ... lesbienne.



Il se pourrait même que la pauvre Cristina (délaissé par Burke) soit bixesuelle et se rapproche du nouveau chirurgien.

à suivre....

(à suivre interview de Smith sur la suite de son personnage (en anglais)


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Re: Du nouveau Dans Grey saison 4

Message par Bob le Lun 29 Oct - 14:26

Grey's Doc is Staying! Now for the Big Question...


You know I'm not one to toot my own horn, but given what just transpired on Grey's Anatomy, I believe a little toot's in order. Last July, shortly after Isaiah Washington received his pink slip, yours truly very publicly recommended Seattle Grace's on-again, off-again heart doc Erica Hahn (played to steely perfection by Brooke Smith) for the now-vacant position of top cardiothoracic surgeon. And sure enough, on last night's Grey's — three months since that high-profile endorsement ran in TV Guide magazine — the Chief offered Hahn the job. Cynics would say the idea of Hahn replacing Burke wasn't that much of a stretch considering, well, she'd subbed for him before. But cynics be damned, I'm taking the credit and no one's going to stop me! To be fair, a share of the props also belongs to Smith, who, after years of toiling as a Grey's guest star, will now finally become a full-fledged series regular. To commemorate the milestone, Smith sat down with me to discuss her promotion, offer a sneak peek at what lies ahead for Dr. Hahn, and answer the question on everyone's mind: Is she or isn't she?

Congratulations!
Brooke Smith:
Thanks!

You must've had an idea this was coming….
Smith:
Honestly, I wasn't expecting it, [probably] because I didn't want to be disappointed if it didn't happen. I thought it was really cool when you [floated the idea], because I thought, "Wow, I didn't even think of that!" And literally a couple days after we spoke, they called.

Did they come right out and offer a full-time gig? Or were they just offering another guest spot?
Smith:
No, it was, "Hey, can you come full-time?" Thank god. I couldn't handle any more dabbling. It's too much. [Mock anguish] I feel like I want someone to commit to me already!

What was your first reaction?
Smith:
You know, we were kind of excited. [Laughs] I say "we" because my husband and I were like, "Wow, OK." We had just finished [renovating our apartment] in New York, and put down a deposit on school for our little girl. But, aside from that, we just said, "All right, I guess we're moving to L.A. for a little while." But we're going back to New York at the end of this.

Do you like that Dr. Hahn is a little bit of an antagonist?
Smith:
Yeah. I've heard people say [Dr. Hahn] is abrasive. [Laughs] Dr. Hahn is a workaholic and she's very professional and, you know, I think she feels that there should be professionalism at work, and when other people do things that aren't professional she gets a little upset.

And lord knows, there are a lot of people acting unprofessional at Seattle Grace.
Smith:
There are! For god's sakes, c'mon, it's a hospital, people!

It's not a Motel 6.
Smith:
Exactly! Lord.

Since you're sticking around, I guess it's safe to assume that they're going to delve a little more into Dr. Hahn's background… maybe give her a love interest?
Smith:
I think so. Honestly, as of now, there's only a little hinting. I'm getting some suggestions….

Like what?
Smith:
There might be a certain man there who's interested in me. But I don't know what Dr. Hahn will think of that. It's really interesting. I haven't worked like this before. We start shooting the next episode on Monday and I don't have a script yet. We'll get it tomorrow, and you just sort of read them out loud with everyone, and you're like, "Oh my god!" I know a little bit about her. And, certainly, I have a dialogue with the writers and I ask them questions and they sort of steer me down their same path. But I don't think anyone knows what's going to happen…. The other day I joked, "I know who I'm hooking up with!" There's this surgical nurse who's always there. When she's there I'm thrilled, because she always makes me feel very real — 'cause she's a real [surgical nurse]. I turned to her at one point and said, "Are you single on the show?" She doesn't even have a name on the show and I'm already trying to hook up with her.

I can see Dr. Hahn hitting it off with Cristina.
Smith:
Secretly, we pushed for that. You know, Sandra [Oh] and I played lovers in [the off-Broadway play] Stop Kiss.

You know, there were rumors a while back that Cristina might be bisexual….
Smith:
I know. I heard those rumors.

Then it's destined to happen!
Smith:
That's what I think. But I don't know….

I think Dr. Hahn would make an awesome lesbian.
Smith:
I think so, too.

Could it happen?
Smith:
I honestly don't know. I've certainly let [the producers] know I'm open to it.

What was their reaction?
Smith:
They were like, "OK, duly noted!" I think they wanted me to shut up already.

The fact is, Seattle Grace needs a gay character.
Smith:
Well, hey, you called it that I [would be] on the show full-time, so….

Did the cast welcome you back with open arms?
Smith:
They've been great. Everybody's great. It's very comfortable… which is weird. It feels like it shouldn't be, because it's such a big show.

And it hasn't always been the happiest place to work.
Smith:
I guess that was last season. I haven't seen any of that. And I didn't see it the last time I was there. Maybe it's just me. Maybe I'm in some sort of bubble.

Any Grey's scoop you can give me before you go?
Smith:
I heard Seth Green is coming.

Eh, that's old news. Are you going to be in scenes with him?
Smith:
Not yet. But we're doing a two-parter now, so maybe in the second part. I'm not involved with him in the first part.

Who are you involved with in the first part?
Smith:
I've been working with Dr. Sloane… Izzie… and Alex. And I finally got to work with Dr. Torres.

Well, this is exciting news — mostly because I predicted it.
Smith:
I know. God knows what'll happen when I hang up [this time].

Shonda Rhimes is going to call and tell you that Dr. Hahn is gay.
Smith:
Oh my god. Should I call you back if that happens?

You better!
Smith:
All right, I will. I totally will.

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