Here is our first little tid bit about season 7, thanks to Leanne.
From the moment Caterina Scorsone signed on to play Derek Shepherd's sister on Private Practice, fans wondered: When will the family reunite? Well, wonder no more: A crossover is already being discussed for next season, executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells TVGuide.com exclusively.
"I would love to see what happens when Derek [Patrick Dempsey], his sister and their mom — because I love Tyne Daly — get together," Rhimes says. "I think that would be very interesting to see. We're talking about possibly thinking about that for next season."
Do you have any good ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ news for me, like, oh I don’t know, that Teddy won’t be back next season? – MarryMeOwen via Twitter That Teddy keeps dodging bullets. Even though I found Shonda Rhimes’ après-finale blog to be conspicuously light on ruminations about Dr. Altman, sources tell me that Kim Raver is a lock to return this fall as s series regular – though the Cristina/Owen/Teddy triangle is, thankfully, kaput.
Question: Any chance Shonda Rhimes will do an about-face and give Derek and Meredith a real wedding on Grey’s Anatomy? She backed down on her “no babies” stance, so I’m hoping maybe she changed her mind about the wedding thing, too. A girl can dream. —Rebecca Ausiello: I did some snooping and it appears the province of Shondaland still legally recognizes Post-It Note weddings. “I deeply appreciate the fans and how much they care about Meredith and Derek, but as a woman and a human being and the mother of a girl, I just feel like this idea that somebody in a big, white dress is the be-all and end-all of human existent is a terrible message to send out,” maintains Rhimes. “I felt like Meredith and Derek’s choice to be together becomes a marriage of equals as opposed to some faux fairy tale. And while I love a good wedding, I felt like for Meredith, it was so counter to who she is as a human being. And I love the fact that Derek doesn’t need her to do it. I get why the fans want it; I’d probably want it too if I was just watching. But I literally feel sick every time think about Meredith in a big white poufy dress.”
Question: At the end of the Grey’s Anatomy finale, Alex was still using a breathing tube. Are we sure he’s okay? —Rachel Ausiello: We’re better than sure; we’re positive. Grey’s boss lady Shonda Rhimes confirms that Alex is well on the road to recovery. “He lived,” she assures. “He [turned a corner].”
'Grey's Anatomy' exclusive: Jesse Williams gets full-time upgrade by Michael Ausiello
McPrettyEyes is looking at a long-term future at Seattle Grace.
Sources confirm to me exclusively that Grey’s Anatomy has officially upgraded Jesse Williams to a full-time series regular. His promotion kicks in this fall with the start of season 7.
Williams, who joined Grey’s last October as part of the polarizing Mercy West merger plot, was quickly pegged as the Invader Most Likely to See Another Season. Those hypnotic baby blues certainly didn’t hurt.
In my exclusive Q&A with Shonda Rhimes last month, the Grey’s boss all but confirmed that Williams — as well as fellow rookie Sarah Drew — would be back next fall. “April and Jackson have really been folded into the group,” she told me. “It’ll depend on what the studio and the network decide to do with those actors, but I fully advocate to have them [stick around].”
I’m told Drew’s deal for next season is still being worked on, so stay tuned.
More on Jesse Williams joining the cast as a regular in season 7:
After showing some serious badassness in the a-ma-zing Grey's Anatomy season finale, it's only fitting Jesse Williams be promoted to series regular.
And whaddya know? All's right with the world today, because our frenemy over at EW.com confirms the faux doc's much-deserved promotion. Plus, we just caught up with Jesse, who told us all about his good Grey's news...
Like most of the Grey's gang (minus that brilliant Shonda Rhimes), Jesse's still in the dark about Jackson's role in season seven. That doesn't mean he's not crazy excited!
"I'll find out [about next season] around July 10 or July 12 when we go back to work, but maybe I can sneak by the office and take a peek at something," Jesse laughed. "Otherwise, it's a total mystery...but who am I kidding? I wanna know."
Considering his recurring status last season, this promotion means that much more to him. "Last year was so week-to-week, I didn't know what was going to happen or if I was going to have a job next week, and to now have all the signs pointing to that I'll be there, so I just want to know what's in the future," he said. "But they always do such an amazing job, I really couldn't be in better hands."
It’s official: Sarah Drew has been welcomed into Grey’s Anatomy‘s elite Series Regular Society.
An ABC rep declined to comment, but a Grey’s source confirms that Drew’s deal — which kicks in this fall with the start of season 7 — was finalized this morning.
News of the former Everwood actress’ promotion comes 48 hours after fellow Grey’s rookie Jesse Williams joined the full-time ranks at Seattle Grace.
It’s safe to say fans will be slower to embrace Drew’s new status, given the mostly chilly reception her character — Mercy West alum-slash-McDreamy-obsessive April — has received. But don’t underestimate the redemptive powers of both fast-rising star Drew and series creator Shonda Rhimes. And if you’re looking for an Exhibit A, grab some Kleenex and go back and watch April’s emotional heart-to-heart with Mer in the season finale.
Admit it: You’re starting to like her. You’re really, really starting to like her. Or not. Either way, share your thoughts in the comments!
Question: That’s great news about Jesse Williams becoming a series regular on Grey’s Anatomy. Let’s hope Shonda does the right thing and pairs him with Sandra Oh. I love me some Jackson and Cristina. —Marsha Ausiello: Unfortunately, Williams’ gut is telling him Jastina is not in the cards next season. “My hunch is that if I were to get a love interest, it would be someone new,” he says. “I feel like everyone has been with everyone and most people seem secure in their relationships for now. But I really like working with Sandra so it would be fine by me…But full disclosure, I know nothing. The writers and Shonda have disclosed nothing to me about season 7. But I’m excited for him to make more fully developed relationships with the other [characters]. I want to get myself more embedded and do more doctor work. People always ask about the romance stuff, but I find the hospital business and the surgeries way more fascinating.”
Grey's Anatomy to Develop Jackson-Cristina Relationship? Posted on June 10th, 2010 11:31 AM by L.J. Gibbs
Following this week's welcome news about Jesse Williams becoming a series regular on Grey’s Anatomy, the discussion must inevitably turn to his character's possibilities.
Specifically, Jackson's romantic chemistry with Cristina (Sandra Oh).
Cristina and Owen (Kevin McKidd) certainly have had their share of rough patches, and there was already a Jackson-Cristina kiss in Season Six that had fans buzzing.
For now, Williams' gut says it probably won't progress beyond that.
Cristina and Jackson Kiss
"My hunch is that if I were to get a love interest, it would be someone new," he told EW.
“I feel like everyone has been with everyone and most people seem secure in their relationships for now. But I really like working with Sandra so it would be fine by me."
"But again, full disclosure, I know nothing. The writers and Shonda have disclosed nothing to me about Season Seven. But I’m excited for him to make more fully developed relationships with the other [characters]. I want to get myself more embedded and do more work."
"People always ask about the romance stuff, but I find the hospital business, the medical work, and the actual surgeries way more fascinating to be honest.”
Spoken like a true professional! Who would you like to see with Cristina?
This has some talk about season 6 but there's also speculation about season 7 so I'll put it here:
'Grey's' doc Chandra Wilson reflects on harrowing finale and her most feared plot (hint: R.I.P. Bailey) by Michael Ausiello
Today’s deadline day for Emmy voters to turn in their ballots, and based on her gut-wrenching performance in last month’s Grey’s Anatomy finale, I’m guessing Chandra Wilson’s name will be checked off a lot in the supporting actress race. As Bailey helplessly looked on as fellow doc Percy’s life slipped away, her breakdown was as shocking as it was haunting. In this exclusive interview, the four-time Emmy nominee reflects on what it was like shooting the nerve-wracking episode, speculates on the fallout for her character, and opens up about the one Grey’s storyline she hopes never happens.
How did you prepare for the freak-out scene? CHANDRA WILSON: My goodness. It was actually one of those things where the situation was so incredibly sad. Pounding on things and lashing out — all of that stuff is very much against my personality. So just being in that position — the richness of where the characters were — was all I needed.
Did it leave you emotionally drained? WILSON: Actually, I was really energized after that. I just felt like everything was in the right place. We were doing exactly what we needed to be doing at that point in time. Everything led up to that — and then there was still work to do afterwards. When you have that feeling that you’re in the right place it gives you energy as an actor. It would’ve been more draining if I had been pulling from something personal, pulling from my childhood. But because it was what was happening in the show it made it okay.
How do you think this experience will change Bailey? WILSON: I was asking that same question: “Where does she go?” I think George’s death last year stunned her in a way that she had to decide to keep functioning and try not to get emotional or emotionally involved with her co-workers. But for me, the image that never went away was that the barrel of the gun was in her face. Normally if there’s blood and someone is shot you go into doctor-mode. But she could never get the image of that gun out of her head long enough to do her Dr. Bailey thing. It’ll be interesting to see if that kind of fear still lives with her or comes back to revisit.
Shonda Rhimes originally planned to have Bailey get shot, but she couldn’t go through with it. WILSON: I heard about that after the fact and I was like, “Wow.” [Laughs] I don’t know what that would’ve been like to get hurt — for Bailey or for me. Because just looking at the barrel of the gun was too much for me.
Your onscreen love interest, Jason George, is starring in Rhimes’ new medical drama Off the Map, which probably means no happy ending for Bailey and Ben. Are you disappointed? WILSON: I honestly don’t know what that means. I don’t know what’s going to happen to that relationship. There could be some happy ending that we don’t know anything about. [Map] is a midseason show, so there will be [some time] for him to [work on Grey's].
Was it fun to play a flirtatious, sexual Bailey? WILSON: It was certainly out of Bailey’s comfort zone. And for me as an actor it was scary to step outside of what you’re used to and try something new.
What are you doing over your hiatus? WILSON: I’m actually having a hiatus. [Laughs] I forget to do that sometimes. So this year I said I wasn’t going to worry about whether they ask me back next season. I’m just going to sit down and take a break. I’m going to be a mom and go to a PTA meeting — all the things that I, unfortunately, miss out on during a year.
Did you receive your official pickup letter from ABC? WILSON: I did. I finally received it last week. I was like, “That took long enough!” [Laughs]
Did you really have anxiety about that? WILSON: It’s not even anxiety. It’s just the reality of what we do. I never get so comfortable that I ever forget that. What we do as actors is really about decisions that get made in rooms with desks. And people change their minds all the time about things. Or get brilliant ideas like, “Hey, I think Bailey should die this year! It’ll be a 10-part arc and everybody will cry!” [Laughs] You have no control over that as an actor. So you make the most of it and you learn as much as you can.
We hear so much about actors wanting to leave Grey’s. It’s refreshing to hear from someone who actually wants to stay. WILSON: I don’t understand it at all. [Laughs] It’s a little cliché to say this, but a job like this is difficult to come by. And there’s always something else to learn.
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Meet April Kepner
Name | April Kepner Portrayed by | Sarah Drew Specialty | General Surgery (Resident) Current Relationship | None Past Relationships | Unknown First Appearance | “Invasion” (6×05)
Humble Beginnings | As part of the Mercy West foursome of intruders this 28-year-old Ohio native didn’t exactly fit in with SGH’s clique of residents immediately. In fact, April wouldn’t even have time to try to assimilate, as a simple misstep on her part, albeit amid a chaotic emergency room, led to a patient’s death and her subsequent firing.
Among her orange scrubs-clad colleagues, April definitely came off as the most insecure surgeon, but her insecurities—which Lexie guiltily helped bring to light during the first day of the merger—were more of a consistent lack of confidence in herself—something she was clearly working on.
Also very clear was April’s crush-at-first-sight on Derek. After making an astute observation of his patient in the well-coifed attending’s presence, Dr. Kepner made quite the professional impression on Dr. McDreamy—er, Shepherd. And, thus, was the beginning of April’s I-know-he’s-married-but-I-just-can’t-help-it crush; a crush which would only grow more fervent upon the object of April’s affection (now newly appointed as Chief of Surgery) rehiring her; a crush which Lexie would soon discover and just as quickly admonish and try to quell. Alas, McDreamy is just far too dreamy in April’s eyes to get over that easily, so the school girl crush continues, somewhat to Meredith’s dismay.
Moving On | While I find April’s crush on Derek beyond adorable, let’s hope she, like Teddy, is given something else to do besides fawn over her boss (which, as we know from experience gets really old, really fast). Also, I think in bonding with an empathetic Meredith over the death of her person, Reed, April will have no problem gaining acceptance from Alex, Lexie, and Cristina as well.
am so confused about ‘Grey’s Anatomy’s Meredith and Derek. I thought that they did not get married, but only pretended to on a Post-It note. Yet everyone references them as man and wife. Are they really married, and if so when did that happen? – Michele Trust your instincts: Mer/Der are not legally married. And a formal wedding ‘tween the two is likely never to be seen. “I get why the fans want it; I’d probably want it too if I was just watching,” show boss Shonda Rhimes told EW.com. “But I literally feel sick every time I think about Meredith in a big white poufy dress.”
GREY'S ANATOMY scoop: Can "annoying" April be redeemed?
News that Grey’s Anatomy has promoted Jesse Williams (Jackson) and Sarah Drew (April) to full-time series regulars next season has elicited mixed reactions from viewers. Yay for Jackson—but not so much for his Mercy West cohort, who hasn’t exactly endeared herself to viewers. The fact that she nearly got Derek killed in last month’s harrowing hostage-themed finale certainly didn’t help. Among April’s biggest critics: Drew herself! In the following Q&A, the beloved Everwood alum weighs in her polarizing alter ego, discusses the possibility of a April/Derek/Mer triangle, and reflects on her rollercoaster year.
Series creator Shonda Rhimes said she felt like April became “part of the tribe” in the finale. Did you feel the same way when you shot the episode? SARAH DREW: I definitely had that feeling. April has been kind of annoying this past season. [Laughs] Just neurotic and really insecure, and this was the first time she was able to band together — both with Cristina and Meredith — to help solve a [crisis]. Most of my stuff before was with Patrick [Dempsey] and fawning over him awkwardly. So this was the first opportunity to actually bond in a positive way with them. They say tragedy brings people together, so I guess that’s what happened.
Fans have a love-hate thing going on with April. And it’s probably fair to say it became all hate when she nearly got McDreamy killed. DREW: When we read that at the table read I was like, “Oh, come on guys, really? They already hate my character, now they’re going to hate her even more!” [Laughs]
Do you think she can be redeemed? DREW: Lord I hope so. [Laughs] I think [the heart-to-heart April had with Mer in the finale] was a gigantic step forward. The thing that’s fun about April is she creates controversy and that’s interesting to watch, even though people hate her for it. The people-pleaser that I am, I always want everyone to like me and like my character, so it’s hard for me as an actress. But I think as a character she’s interesting, because she stirs stuff up between Meredith and Derek.
Do you think she will she continue to stir stuff up between them? DREW: This is nothing but my own speculation, but I don’t think that she’s going to come between Meredith and Derek. I don’t see it happening after everything that transpired in the finale. After her hearing how much Meredith is in love with Derek. After she witnessed the miscarriage. It just feels like April’s going to move on.
What has this past year been like for you? First you were hired, then you left, then you were rehired… DREW: I definitely did my fair share of sweating in the past year. It’s all been really good news though. Shonda wrote April for me because I’ve worked with her twice before. I walked into this role knowing it was only two episodes. I knew my character was going to be fired, so I wasn’t expecting anything beyond those two episodes. And then they called me the morning after the “firing episode” aired to check my availability and talk about a contract and I was just floored. It was wonderful because when I came back to work I had so much support. A lot of the cast members were like, “We were rallying for you to stay. We’re so glad you’re back.” It was a wonderful surprise to move past those two episodes. ausiellofiles.ew.com/2010/06/22/greys-anatomy-sarah-drew-april/
Name | Owen Hunt Portrayed by | Kevin McKidd Specialty | Trauma Surgeon (Attending) Current Relationship | Cristina Yang Past Relationships | Beth Whitman First Appearance | “Dream a Little Dream of Me” (5×01)
“The Chief is under the spell of some insane man in camouflage.”
Dr. Owen Hunt was called many names upon his arrival at SGH. “Meatballer” (Mark). “Rambo” (Derek). “Pig murderer” (Izzie). Unfortunately for the Army doc, his “quick and dirty” improvisational methods didn’t sit well with some of Seattle Grace’s by-the-book surgeons. Others, however, he gelled with just fine. Chief Webber saw the highly qualified, insanely innovative trauma surgeon as his recently down-graded trauma unit’s ticket back to “Level 1” status. Callie and Alex actually admired the badassery of said “meatballer”, while Dr. Yang became charmed by the man and intrigued by the no-nonsense surgeon. Not until his seemingly haphazard, unorthodox medical practices started actually saving patients’ lives did his skeptics finally begin to fall in line.
“This is day one for me, so if you think there’s a better way, then tell me and I’ll listen.”
It is often said that the most astute learners make the most capable teachers. Such would seem very much the case with Dr. Hunt. With the hospital’s recent fall to number twelve among the ranks of teaching hospitals, Dr. Owen Hunt appeared to be a godsend for Chief Webber. While Owen may have been an ideal teacher in the Chief’s eyes, the Army surgeon would soon discover he would be mentoring not-so-ideal students who often lacked “decency” and “respect” when it came to handling patients. He was so appalled by the behavior of his colleagues, in fact, that he decided Seattle Grace was not the place for him and informed the Chief of his decision…until one particular resident changed his perspective.
“Pen trache? Hot.”
And just like that, it was love at first sight. Well, maybe not love, but definite like—at the very least, intense fascination. It was as if Major Owen Hunt knew the way to Cristina Yang’s heart before he had even met her. He who poked pens into accident victims’ throats, stapled his own, un-numbed body parts, didn’t take orders from civilians, was willing to take medical risks as long as it meant the patient stood a chance, and whose favorite phrase was “So?”, appeared to have instantly captured the heart of Seattle Grace’s hardest of hardcore residents. In an effort to perhaps compliment Dr. Yang’s ‘hardcore’ with a bit of ‘spontaneous’, Dr. Hunt culminated their first series of encounters with a passionate first kiss before disappearing back to the warfront to continue his tour.
After being discharged from the military, Dr. Hunt returned to Seattle Grace to take Chief Webber up on his previously proposed offer that Owen join their staff as Head of Trauma. When Cristina confronted him about his pretending like they had never met before, much less kissed, Owen recounted to her how an RPG ambush after a particular mission on his last tour where he ended up as his unit’s lone survivor had prompted his discharge from the military, hence, his adopting a mindset of living “in the after”, where he in fact “did not know” Cristina’s name.
After two passionate, spur-of-the-moment kisses, one “I think you’re beautiful”, an off-hand comment about growing old together, a trip to the head-clearing, kiss-inducing vent, and a brief period of playing ‘hot and cold’ with Cristina, Owen finally asked the object of his affections out on a proper date. Unfortunately, his improper actions put a damper on the couple’s first attempt to be a couple when Owen showed up on Cristina’s doorstep late and drunk after apparently being triggered by Mama Shepherd’s question regarding his post-war sleep habits. Luckily for him, after convincing her he was not a perpetually-tardy alcoholic, Cristina was willing to give Owen a second chance.
Owen and Cristina’s newly-developed relationship hit its first noteworthy road bump when Owen’s ex-fiancée, Beth, showed up at Seattle Grace to tend to her recently-admitted father. When Cristina shared her concern with Owen that he had cut out all the most important women in his life, particularly his mother, Owen was quick to assure her it was not without good reason. Convinced his mother would only look at him the way Beth does (changed beyond recognition), Owen explained to Cristina why he had only been avoiding visiting her, but that he was still speaking with her regularly. As far as he was concerned, Cristina was the only person who didn’t look at him in search of the man he was before he went off to war.
Owen’s war-effected self surfaced not long after when Cristina, after waking him up suddenly from a bad dream, found herself flung against a wall of metal shelves. While she chose to write the incident off as nothing but a bad dream, Owen tried to warn Cristina that his bad dreams in particular were not to be taken lightly. His warnings soon became tragic reality when Owen subconsciously woke his girlfriend with two hands firmly gripped around her neck. Cristina, recognizing how mentally wounded he was and dismissing the incident as a side-effect of a war wound, was quickly willing to forgive him, despite her friends’ inhibitions. While Owen then thought it best they break up while he got his issues under control, Cristina convinced him she could handle it. Only after realizing she was afraid to fall asleep next to him did she finally concur that they should take a break while he sought help. As the two made a concerted effort to carry on with their lives in the meantime, Owen tried his best to keep his feelings for Cristina at bay while he worked on managing his PTSD by employing shrink-suggested strategies to cope with the loss of her affections.
Inspired by a soldier patient, Owen informed Cristina of his decision to go back to Iraq, asserting that the reason they couldn’t move forward in their relationship was because his job over there wasn’t finished. Perhaps still hung up on the fact that he had yet to visit his mother six miles away, Cristina refused to support his decision. Certain she still cared about him, Owen resolved to take Cristina on an endeavor she would support: seeing his mother for the first time since returning home.
The next day, after Owen revealed to Cristina how her insistence that he visit his mother helped him sleep, Cristina revealed to him the three words that she could no longer keep to herself: “I love you.” On the contrary, all Owen needed to hear was one word that confirmed she was all-in again: “Yes”—an affirmation which would soon after be delivered to him with a kiss.
Thanks to their joint-therapy sessions, Cristina and Owen’s relationship after the tragedy of George’s death continued relatively drama-free, with the exception of a not-so-significant tiff about his “not showing favoritism” once the Mercy Westers arrived. It wasn’t until Cristina over-stepped her bounds during one of his surgeries that Owen finally got a true sense of just how desperately in need of an adequate cardio mentor his overly ambitious surgeon girlfriend was. As fate would have it, Owen just so happened to “know a guy”—only, in this case, not a guy, but a gal. So anxious to be the world’s best boyfriend and cater to Cristina’s immediate desire, Owen was apparently willing to overlook the fact that he at one point had feelings for this gal. After all, he’d been living “in the after” for quite a while now.
Even the best of intentions behind such a gesture wouldn’t be enough to numb the pain about to be caused by what would present itself to be a double-edged sword for Cristina and Owen. Once Teddy, Cristina’s perfectly proficient new teacher, confessed her undying love for Owen during the holidays, Owen went into dilemma mode. When Cristina’s panic began to mimic his, Owen felt it necessary to make it clear to Cristina with the most impassioned of kisses and profession of his love that his feelings for her had not changed.
As sure as he was of his feelings for Cristina, he was just as unsure of his feelings for Teddy. As a quick-fix solution to his problem, Owen and Teddy agreed it would be best for everyone if she were taken out of the equation altogether. However, Cristina, who had yet to fully grasp the magnitude of Owen’s inner conflict, wouldn’t hear of him sending away the best teacher she’d ever had. After learning from a drunken Teddy that Cristina had offered to trade him (albeit, in a moment of duress), Owen felt he had some more teaching to do—only, this time, about love and life. In an ill-conceived attempt to express his love for Cristina through round-the-clock sex, Owen got some schooling of his own from Cristina—particularly on what not to do whilst “trying to love her.”
On Valentine’s Day, in a moment of desperation, Teddy declared to Owen that she needed her best friend back and was willing to put all of her feelings behind her to regain his friendship. While Cristina agreed that they could and should all be friends, she neglected to give Meredith the memo. When an eavesdropping Meredith witnessed Owen take concern with Teddy’s evolving relationship with “public health hazard” Mark Sloan, she presumably recalled her own tumultuous early relationship with Derek and became instantly resolved with the idea that Owen was not completely over Teddy, and thus could not be “all in” when it came to his relationship with Cristina.
When Teddy asked her friend, Owen, for assistance on a sensitive medical case, Owen was overcome with flashbacks of his wartime experiences through seemingly innocent triggers in his daily life. Determined to not make any more of his deep, dark troubles Cristina’s troubles, when his girlfriend inquired about what was on his mind, Owen simply brushed his hauntings off as “nothing”—an issue that he believed would pass by itself. When his lingering inner demons finally surfaced and he lashed out at Cristina in a moment of tension, he realized he had not seen the last of the inside of Dr. Wyatt’s office.
Later, when Teddy’s job was on the line, Owen continued to be a good friend, defending her skills to the new Chief. However, whether it was a too-close-for-comfort moment with Teddy in the elevator or Meredith’s lingering stink eye, Owen suddenly felt possessed to switch sides. Perhaps to safeguard from any of Meredith Grey’s misinterpretations of his relationship with Teddy making their way to Cristina’s ears, Owen seized his next opportunity to cast Teddy off and out of Seattle again by validating Chief Shepherd’s reservations toward Dr. Altman and suggesting he go with the “better guy”, in spite of Cristina’s plea for him to make a case for Teddy. Alas, since fate and Owen are no kind of friends, his second attempt to make this triangle the straight, narrow line it once was failed, as well, when Teddy ended up with a SGMWH contract, as “the better guy” didn’t want the job.
Once Meredith’s vague reading of Owen’s actions and intentions caught Cristina’s ear, Owen had some damage control to do. Too confused to explain his confusion to Cristina’s satisfaction and quell any doubts that had recently arisen for her in regards to their relationship, Owen found himself between a rock and a hard place. After being served with the silent treatment for some period of time, Owen was finally given the chance to answer one simple question of Cristina’s: “Do you love me or do you love her?” We may never know what overwhelming force caused Owen to hold his tongue in his moment of truth, but Cristina understood it as an inner struggle he needed to conquer without her.
It would take the reality of the life of the woman he loves being in possible grave danger for Owen’s muddled mind to clear enough to allow him to make the once and final, absolute decision that he was (and is) in love with one woman and one woman only and the sympathetic momentary gaze the two shared after Cristina saved Derek’s life would seem to suggest neither of them is willing to let go of their relationship so easily.
Road to Redemption | Owen spent the majority of season six as the world’s most flawed and confused man, but at what price? Next season will hopefully find him picking up the pieces of the (allegedly) obliterated “triangle” and re-inventing himself as that carefree, no holds barred, badass surgeon and all-or-nothing lover that Cristina fell crazy in love with
Will Bailey's boyfriend Ben be back next season on Grey's Anatomy? — Sheena ADAM: Jason George's role on Off the Map, Shonda Rhimes' midseason show, doesn't necessarily mean the end of Bailey's romance, according to Chandra Wilson. Whatever happens, she says the relationship is important for Bailey's growth. "How many of us go through long-term relationships that end and then you have to sit there and figure out what to do now?" Wilson says. "That's her journey. ... It was about that discovery and how it will change her personality."
‘Grey’s Anatomy‘ will launch its seventh season on Thursday, September 23, a source tells Fancast, effectively confirming that which was disseminated over the weekend via Twitter.
Ah, but there’s a twist. Whereas in recent years the show has kicked off with a two-part, two-hour opener, I am hearing that that as of right now, the plan is for Season 7 to opt for traditional, hour-long premiere.
Last season’s opener, after all, had much territory to cover, what with George tragically dying and Izzie almost checkout out as well. Here, you can watch Part 1 (”Good Mourning”) and Part 2 (”Goodbye”).
When Season 7 starts up, however, the aftermath isn’t quite so immediate. Last we tuned in, a gunman had terrorized the halls of Seattle Grace, shedding much blood and leaving several dead (RIP, Reed). The shooter ultimately met his own grisly fate, but not before shaking up the docs we know so well.
As such, some of the questions going into September 23 are:
* How have Meredith and Derek bounced back from her miscarrying the little life that was inside of her for so sadly short a time?
* Where do things stand between Cristina and Owen? Yang entered the Season 6 finale not knowing where her man stood, only to see him pronounce her “the woman I love” during a harrowing moment. Has Hunt been backing up his words with actions? Is Teddy once and for all surgically excised from the mix?
* Lexie, poor Lexie: Has she given Alex the hook, seeing as his thoughts were all about Izzie as his life hung in the balance in the finale? Do she and Mark – who impetuously popped the question the week before the gunman crisis – have any chance at a second chance?
* Will Izzie return to Seattle, only to reveal that she is now married to Dr. Preston Burke?
* Is Arizona truly at peace with the notion of her and Callie mothering “10 babies on a beach in Spain”?
* Where stands Bailey’s nascent romance with gasman Ben – if only since Jason George is now shooting the Shonda Rhimes-produced midseason series, ‘Off The Map’?
* Was Webber empowered by his bit of bravado, where he stared down the shooter? Did that defining moment solidify his seat “on the wagon”?
* Now that Jesse Williams and Sarah Drew have been promoted to series regulars, how will Jackson and April fit into the SGH tapestry? Are their respective crushes (Cristina, Derek) behind them… or might there be unfinished business?
I need Grey's Anatomy info, stat. I'll take anything. — Melanie ADAM: How about another dose of Chandra Wilson directing? The actress tells us she will step behind the camera again for the upcoming season's fifth episode. Her most recent directorial effort featured a romantic moment with new boyfriend Ben (Jason George), so should we expect the same? It's too soon to tell, but we do know what we won't be seeing. "[Creator] Shonda Rhimes keeps threatening to do the musical episodes of Grey's," Wilson says. "And I kept saying, 'I'm just walking away!'"
The new TV season is heating up as TV's top shows search for new names to attract more eyeballs. As if it didn't have enough eye candy already, Grey's Anatomy has feelers out for a sexy actor to play Andrew Perkins, a forty-something trauma counselor.
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Oct 27, 2015 2:00:45 GMT -5
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Oct 29, 2015 20:55:46 GMT -5
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rayme: I love Grey's Anatomy
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rayme: Can we talk them here
Feb 4, 2017 19:49:03 GMT -5
stormtrooper68: Hello, everyone. anybody else spotted the mistake in episode 13 of Journeyman. Happens during the dance scene.
Apr 24, 2017 4:03:57 GMT -5
veroni: My name is veronica and I am from South Africa. On which date will Grays Anatomy Season 11 debuted in Norway. No one else detected the slip-up in scene 13 of Journeyman. Occurs amid the move scene.comfortable mattress.
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