Was that really Meredith and Derek's wedding last night? Is Arizona Robbins sticking around Seattle Grace? George survive? All these burning questions linger after last night's season finale see our recaps of Part I and Part II. Fortunately, Shonda Rhimes is providing some answers. The Grey's Anatomy creator and executive producer spoke to Michael Ausiello of Entertainment Weekly about all these issues and much more, including the "ghost sex" controversy, Katherine Heigl's Emmy chances, and T.
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It also had serious action, perfectly incorporated one of Grey's Anatomy Season 16 's biggest dangling storylines, and it connected it to Station 19's previous hour in such a way that it worked even if you didn't watch the other series. The hour matched perfectly with Station 19 Season 4 Episode 5 , as the doctors had the displeasure of treating the racist jackass who kidnapped a bunch of girls and locked them in his basement. But the real stroke of genius was how they used that to connect to DeLuca's sex-trafficking victim from Grey's Anatomy Season 16 Episode Finally, they're on the path of tying up that loose end, and DeLuca is about to get sweet vindication and stop a sex-trafficking ring.
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Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 7 was all about celebrating the show's th episode, and it did so with an emotional episode that proved why this medical soap is still relevant after all these years. When the episode got underway, Meredith was getting ready to head off to the Harper Avery event to find out whether she had won an award. However, she was stopped in her tracks when she learned about a rollercoaster disaster and rushed back to the Emergency Room to find out what all the fuss was about. When she got there, she found a woman and man who resembled faces from her past. They were stuck to a rollercoaster cart.
There's no denying that Grey's Anatomy is almost certainly one of those shows you love to hate and hate to love. Whether you started watching it when it first aired in and have kept up with it ever since, or you marathon-watched a bunch of seasons all at once, you've probably grown attached to the characters. When they break up, you feel their pain.