AVClub: Tonight’s double-header offers a perfect case study in what separates an average Grey’s Anatomy episode from a great one: Focus. The first episode, “There’s a Fine, Fine Line,” narrows in one on event to tell a tight, tense story that offers welcome stylistic flourishes and refuses to pull its punches. It’s one of the strongest episodes of the season and one of the better Grey’s entries across the board. Meanwhile the second episode, “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding),” is—well, it’s there. It checks in on a bunch of plot lines, features characters making characteristically terrible choices, and swings from comedy to drama to mawkishness at the drop of a hat. In tonight’s first episode, Grey’s Anatomy swings for the fences and hits a home run. In the second, it’s barely even bunting.