New Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams (Dr. Jackson Avery) has made quite an impression on fans this season already, and we have only begun to explore his character. With his good looks and charm, it was really just a matter of time before the Mercy West transplant got some lovin' on Grey's Anatomy. The only question is, who with? Grey's is getting a little crazy, he told TV Guide Sunday. I think there's going to be a lot of changes for my character. Jackson Avery has a lot of big things happening.'' And yes, that means romance. There's a lot of relationship changes. Within the group, he teases. Asked if sparks fly between he and a fellow Mercy Wester or Seattle Grace original, he played it coy. Well, because it might be one of both, says Williams. Jackson ... he's a man. To Read More Click Here .
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Grey's Anatomy is off this week, unfortunately, but this ought to help you pass the time until next week's all-new episode, the first of at least three new ones in succession. Here are photos from next week's Grey's Anatomy, "State of Love and Trust," when Derek begins his role as interim chief and quickly has a potential lawsuit on his hands. Elsewhere at Seattle Grace, Teddy refuses to place Cristina on her service, Arizona tests Alex out in pediatrics, and Mark still refuses to speak to a heartbroken Lexie. Have any predictions for how these plot lines will play out? Click to enlarge the pictures below and tell us what you think will happen in this episode and beyond: Source & More Photos
ABC aired the first promo for next week's episode of Grey's Anatomy, "State of Love and Trust," last night. Derek is taking over for Richard as Chief of Surgery for now. And it's an episode ... that we will never forget. Over-dramatic promo voiceover aside, it does look like an exciting episode with a lot going on in the land of Seattle Grace-Mercy West. Is McDreamy up to his new job? Our photo gallery from the episode provided some insight into what we can expect, and we hope to have some longer sneak preview clips up for you in the next few days. For now, check out the promo and see what you think ... Source & Preview
There's no question as to the off-screen baby boom on Grey's Anatomy (Ellen Pompeo, Katherine Heigl, Chyler Leigh). But save for baby Tucker, Seattle Grace has not welcomed a baby from a main character in a long time. True enough, if the functionality of relationship were any basis, no couple on Grey's would be ready for a baby. But how about post-it married Meredith (Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey)? The two have somehow found their groove as a couple, especially Mer, who just has to invoke post-it to win every argument and proceed to making out. But says Pompeo herself on the idea of baby-voiced Meredith getting pregnant: "I can't imagine it." Pompeo, who recently celebrated the 4-month birthday of her first born with Chris Ivery, explains, "Meredith's a career woman. That's why she is still Meredith Grey. No way would she be Meredith Shepherd." Meredith Shepherd has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? And Addison (Kate Walsh) used to refer to herself as Addison Shepherd. And Addie's a career woman if ever there was one. Nevertheless, Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes concurs. "We've had enough of a behind-the-scenes baby boom," she says. "Meredith will not be getting pregnant." But is the MerDer boat really sailing on smooth waters now? Don't count on it, especially on the upcoming episode, when Derek assumes the role of temporary chief. Says Rhimes, "We are going to watch Meredith deal with Derek being chief and what that means for her personally and professionally." She adds that the new job description for McDreamy will be a "major source of ongoing tension" between the two. "Anything normal is new territory for Meredith," Dempsey chips in. "She doesn't want to go to hospital fund-raisers. Frankly, I don't know why she puts up with Derek. What does she like, other than having sex and doing surgery with him?" Source Here
From the early days of Team MerDer vs. Team Addek, to the more recent bed-swapping of Mark, Lexie and Alex, certain Grey's Anatomy debates provoke varied fan reactions. Miranda Bailey's love life is not one of those issues. After all she's been through with her divorce, what Grey's Anatomy fan isn't excited for a Bailey romance heating up soon? According to TV Guide, Chandra Wilson will be back behind the camera again after making her directorial debut this season in the fantastic episode, "Give Peace a Chance." Soon enough, Wilson will direct an episode in which the new anesthesiologist (Jason George) films some steamy scenes with her. Expect "lots of romance and kissing scenes." Wilson is not listed as the director of the next two episodes, so we're not entirely sure when this happens, but we assure you we'll be watching (excitedly!) when it does! Source Here
Boy did Grey's Anatomy's Mark and Lexie hit the skids fast. One episode, they look like nothing can break them up. The next? They're in bed (or on the floor) with other people. Other attractive doctors we know well, no less. Mark's reaction to Lexie admitting she slept with Alex was that he can't even look at her anymore. He may never look at Little Grey quite the same, it looks like. To Read More Click Here .
Grey's Anatomy is on a break this week and will return for new episodes on February 4 (view promo photos we posted). ABC has now released promo photos for the February 11 episode, along with a synopsis. THE SEATTLE GRACE DOCTORS URGENTLY TREAT DOZENS OF PEOPLE INJURED AFTER A ROOF COLLAPSES AT A POPULAR ROMANTIC RESTAURANT ON VALENTINE'S DAY, ON ABC'S "GREY'S ANATOMY" To Read More Click Here .
It's safe to say the Seattle Grace-Mercy West merger did not work out for anyone. No offense to Dr. Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) and his good looks, but no one else came out of this looking good. Especially not the Chief, who started drinking again. On Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy, "I Like You So Much Better When You're Naked," the truth finally came out thanks to Derek, who's poised to take the top job. So what does this mean for James Pickens, Jr., (Chief Richard Webber) staying on the show? How will the doctors take to Patrick Dempsey's Derek being the boss now? Sources say Pickens is not leaving the show and Derek is not permanently taking his position. But Derek will be acting as interim chief while Richard works on his issues. To Read More Click Here .
Ever wondered how Bailey (Chandra Wilson) was like when she was an intern? The February 18 episode of Grey's Anatomy should have that covered, and if you're like most Grey's fans, you should be in for a real shocker. As you can see on the photo courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, the flashback-laden episode will introduce us to Bailey in the early 2000s, when she was just an intern and she was under a Bailey-like supervisor, played by MIssi Pyle from Heroes. And get this - she was called Mandy then. There's just no reconciling the Bailey we know now with the name Mandy, is there? "We're going to see Bailey when she still called herself Mandy and had not yet learned to speak up," says Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, who adds that she saw herself in Chandra Wilson "all Mandy'd up." "Mandy is Bailey's inner geek, and Chandra plays the Mandy of it all brilliantly." We already know that Bailey plays Nazi-Bailey almost effortlessly and brilliantly. Playing a meek pushover version of her with the Whoopi Goldberg hair should be a true test of her acting prowess. Meanwhile, on the same episode called "Time Warp" the Chief and Ellis Grey will retreat to their early 80s self, and they'd be played by J. August Richards and Sarah Paulson respectively. It will reveal how the two started off their affair. Callie (Sara Ramirez) will also have some time-traveling to do, as we see her before she joins Seattle Grace. The flashback-heavy episode takes place in a hospital symposium. Grey's Anatomy returns February 4 on ABC. Source Here