YES! The Callie/Arizona custody battle was so wrong in so many ways. And this one was too. As someone in legal profession [tho not in Seattle] this hearing was insane. I don't know how they do it out there but in my state, there would not have been a judge present at all [tho he didn't seem to do anything here], just a panel of doctors [or lawyers for legal ethics cases]. Also, the issues & witnesses would have been narrowed pre-trial and all this stuff about how she got in to the program, adoption of her daughter etc. would've been excluded. Also, all these people showing up doesn't matter because the supposed ethics violation is about Medicaid fraud, not her competency as a surgeon. Oh, and the panel would have been provided certain things before the hearing - the initial complaint and response at least, and maybe pre-trial briefs, so I call total BS that the chairman did not recognize Meredith Gray's name and realize she was the spouse of Derek Sheppard. As someone else noted, D was world-renowned and she has won the big Whatever Award - the chairman should have known and recused himself prior to the hearing. There is more, but I'm getting annoyed all over again, so I'll just stop.
I really am in to Amelia and Link. Maggie is on my last nerve. I don't blame her for her sadness/guilt etc over the lost patient/cousin, and Jackson shouldn't have been all flirty but she just acts so childish about things. And this is also why you should think hard before dating someone you work with [and whose mother is married to your bio-dad].
Glasses does seem like a moron, but he didn't rat out Mer; he asked a question because he was concerned there had a been a mistake and for all these interns to turn on him is stupid.