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Grey's Anatomy: Preview of Episode 6.17 "Push"

OK, so now Sloan's targeting Teddy? What is happening to Grey's Anatomy? The recent visit of I-want-to-stay-up-for-my-own-surgery Harper Avery has everyone in Seattle Grace in a competitive mood. It's actually a good thing that Derek (Patrick Dempsey) is already Chief of Surgery, otherwise he'd be so joining the fray. But as it turns out, it's the Chief (James Pickens, Jr.) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) who are sort of butting heads over a difficult surgery. As Chief, Derek picks Owen, leaving Richard bitter. Elsewhere on "Push" Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is jumpy about her date with anesthesiologist Ben, more so when Callie (Sara Ramirez) nonchalantly informs her that third date is sex date. On the last episode of Grey's Anatomy, the hospital was stunned with the visit of Harper Avery of the medical award fame. Turns out, Mercy Wester Jackson is his grandson, and he's feeling a Meredith-type of inadequacy and need to distance himself from the famous relative. Source & Previews

Five Grey's Anatomy Season 6, Episode 17 Sneak Previews: "Push"

We posted the first sneak preview for you yesterday, now Grey's Anatomy fans are really in for a treat, because we've just posted five more previews, and some of them are pretty good. Teddy seems to be branching out from Owen and hanging out with other people. Enter Mark and Callie, who encourages her BFF to make a play for the age-appropriate Dr. Altman. Check out Mark's misguided attempt to make time with the cardio goddess and how he blows his chance, at least for now, on this week's all-new episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Push" ... Source & Previews

Grey's Anatomy: Episode 6.17 "Push" Clips and Promos

Why has the Chief (James Pickens, Jr.) gone antagonistic on everybody on Grey's Anatomy? After butting heads with Derek (Patrick Dempsey) for several episodes, it appears that he's now setting his sights on Owen (Kevin McKidd). Not that he's doing it intentionally, though, but his storylines had just been so negative. On "Push" a patient needs an extremely difficult surgery, and with Harper Avery's recent visit, everyone appears to be in a competitive mood. It's Derek who's deciding who should get it, and he gives it to McArmy, leaving Richard embittered. Source & Preview

Grey's Anatomy Promo: "Push" Season 6, Episode 17

Below is a promo for this week's episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Push." As you may know, there's a big first kiss on tap Thursday, and more Chief drama for shot-caller Derek. When a patient who needs an extremely difficult surgery comes to Seattle Grace, Richard and Owen vie for the opportunity to tackle it - and Derek must decide who gets it. His decision doesn't sit well with Richard, continuing a bitter clash that has already been a focal point of this entire sixth season. What do you think will transpire this week? We'll have photos and sneak peeks of the episode up for you soon. For now, here's the first glimpse of this week's Grey's Anatomy, which aired after "Perfect Little Accident": Source & Preview

Grey's Anatomy Season 6, Episode 17 - Photo Gallery: "Push"

Below are Grey's Anatomy pictures from this Thursday's all-new episode, "Push." Bailey goes on a big date with Ben, and it looks like Lexie's working on a big case this week. One of the main stories, involving Derek, Richard and Owen, involves a surgery the interim chief must designate someone to handle ... and a (friendly?) rivalry intensifies. Click here for the first promo we posted yesterday, then click to enlarge the images below and tell us what you think. Will Bailey's new romance last? What is Lexie up to? Source & More Photos

Blair and Dan to become a couple!

CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE Yes, you read right: Blair and Dan to become a couple. GAH, what?! Some people are THRILLED, others are angry. What's your opinion? CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE

Grey's Anatomy Exclusive: Two more docs checking out? - Featured

It looks like Grey's Anatomy will be down two doctors next season, and, believe it or not, neither of them are played by Katherine Heigl! Sources confirm to me exclusively that Mercy West transplants Robert Baker (Dr. Percy) and Nora Zehetner (Dr. Adamson) are not expected to return next season. There's no official word on the fate of fellow 'invaders' Jesse Williams (Dr. Avery) and Sarah Drew (Dr. Kepner), but there's buzz both may stick around long-term. Grey's boss Shonda Rhimes has until June to decide whether to exercise the series regular options in their contracts. (Here's hoping she does; I like those two.) Heigl's MIA Izzie, meanwhile, will reappear in April. But for how long? Confides an ABC source: 'No one knows.' Thoughts? Will you miss Percy and Adamson? Should Rhimes keep Avery and Kepner around? And are you so over the Heigl drama? I kind of am. Source Here

Ratings: The Office's Baby Delivers Strong Numbers - Featured

Oh, baby! The long-awaited arrival of Jim and Pam's child helped The Office win its hour among adults 18-to-49, besting Grey's Anatomy and boosting The Marriage Ref to equally strong numbers. The Office's one-hour episode drew 9 million viewers, but it easily defeated ABC's Grey's Anatomy (11.8 million viewers) and CSI (15.6 million viewers) in the coveted demo. Despite the loss, Grey's was up 8 percent over its last new episode. Following The Office, The Marriage Ref scored 7.7 million viewers, but also won its hour in the demo, giving NBC some hope in its post-Jay Leno Show lineup. (NBC has improved to third overall three nights in a row.) The Peacock kicked off its night with Community (5.1 million viewers) and Parks and Recreation (4.6 million viewers), both on par with their previous new episodes. Fox still won the night overall, thanks to an American Idol results show (19.3 million viewers). Idol and its lead-out, Kitchen Nightmares (8.1 million viewers), were both down in the demo, however. CBS was the night's most-watched network, but came in second in the demo. Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains drew 12.4 million viewers and The Mentalist returned to 14.8 million viewers. Survivor and CSI were up from their last outings by 3 percent and 16 percent, respectively, while The Mentalist dumped 14 percent of its demo rating against Marriage Ref. ABC bookended the new episode of Grey's with a Grey's repeat (4.8 million viewers) and a fresh Private Practice (8.1 million viewers), which suffered its lowest demo rating since moving to Thursday. Source Here

'Grey's Anatomy' 6.17 Preview: Push

Tension continues to rise at Seattle Grace when Richard and Owen compete for an elaborate surgery. Next week on "Grey's Anatomy", a patient who needs an extremely difficult surgery comes to Seattle Grace, and it's Richard and Owen who vie for the opportunity to tackle it. But the decision lies in the hands of Derek, who deems that Owen should take on the surgery, leaving Richard bitter. Meanwhile, Bailey deals with her own personal struggles when she nervously prepares for another date with Ben. "Push", directed by creator Shonda Rhimes, airs on March 11. It was recently reported that Jason George, who is playing Bailey's boyfriend Ben, has joined the cast of "Off the Map". This leads to speculation that the character Ben will not last long in the medical series, meaning Bailey is most likely to split from him. Source & Preview

Kevin McKidd Ready to Return to 'Rome' - Featured

" Grey's Anatomy " star Kevin McKidd has confirmed he's planning to take another trip back to ancient Rome when his hit TV epic is adapted for the big screen. The Scottish actor's " Rome " was a big hit in 2005 and 2006, but was canceled in 2008. Now, creator Bruno Heller has completed a script for a feature-length version of the controversial drama, which also featured Ray Stevenson, Polly Walker, Kerry Condon and James Purefoy. And McKidd is keen to revive his violent soldier character Lucius Vorenus in the film, which is reportedly set years after the series ended. The actor says, "It (show) was very popular when it was on TV and seems like it's become more popular since it's been taken off the air ... I think it'll be a lot of fun to revisit those characters." Source Here