What would a week be without a celebrity feud? (Answer: devoid of meaning.) And with Donald and Rosie finally shutting up, there's room for a new publicly carried-out battle. Or, as the case may be, an old one resurfaced--the Grey's Anatomy On-Set Fight.
This afternoon, T.R. went on the Ellen Degeneres show to talk openly for the first time about the whole situation. In the video above he is sweet and humble and obviously uncomfortable with having to talk about everything in public.
The fight, which originally took place back in October, resurfaced at the Golden Globes when Isaiah Washington denied calling T.R. Knight the homophobic name that got him in trouble in the first place (despite his having already publicly apologized for the indecent). Katherine Heigl quickly jumped to her friend T.R.'s defense, as Us Weekly reports:
"I have no idea what it was, I just find it hurtful...I just feel
like this is something that should be very much in house we need to deal with and it's among us and the cast and crew and among Shonda (Rhimes, show creator) and the producers… I don't think he (Washington) means it the way he comes off... But, T.R. is my best friend. I will throw down for that kid. I will beat you up. I will use every ounce of energy I have to take you down if you hurt his feelings."
In case you missed any of the Golden Globes Grey's drama, after the jump is a video montage of all the action. Just
Over/Under on how many episodes before Dr. Preston "I AM A WIDELY RENOWNED CARDIOTHORASSIC SURGEON" Burke is written off the show? Ten episodes?