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But beyond that, he's cool, calm demeanor — maybe too slick for his own good — conjures memories of Mc Dreamy.It's probably no accident that Addison might be seeing the same similarities between Pete and Mc Dreamy, her long lost love.The result was a show that certainly holds its own.Kate Walsh of "Grey's" leads an all-star cast that includes Amy Brenneman, Taye Diggs, Tim Daly and Audra Mc Donald, who are creating new characters that fans should grow to love. Is there an Izzie, a George, a Bailey or Cristina in the bunch?The differences: As far as we know, Addison hasn't wrecked any marriage except her own.And, while she is wracked with insecurity, she doesn't have the dark outlook on life that Meredith has.Addison, like Meredith, is very much on a path of figuring herself out — she just happens to be pushing 40 rather than being a surgical intern.The parallels: Addison is seemingly unlucky at love and is making some very bad decisions.
The differences: Based on what we know now, the main differences are medical and they'd likely transfer over to how each character — Mc Dreamy and Pete — looks at life.Mc Dreamy is a brain surgeon who tends to get inside his own head a little too much, over-analyze life and get stressed out about a lot of things.Pete is an alternative medicine specialist who seems more likely to stick some pins in his face to make himself feel better about everything, and wouldn't let himself get too stressed so as to avoid throwing off the aura of the room.But, while we would never suggest that creator Shonda Rimes and her team could only develop one type of cast, it could be fun to take a swing at drawing hard lines between the characters on "Private Practice" and "Grey's Anatomy." That's right, we're naming names. Addison: The New Meredith In the most cruel and bizarre twist of fate, Addison has become the Meredith Grey of her own show.Sure, it's easy to pick the title star from "Grey's" and apply that to the lead in "Private Practice," but the similarities go much deeper.