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Greys Anatomy Season 13 Sneak Peek: Maggie Learns the Truth (VIDEO)

Meredith Grey and Nathan Riggs worked miracles on the most recent episode of Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 — saving a fellow passenger from a brain bleed after their flight hit choppy winds — but the turbulence for these two surgeons is far from over. Maggie has been crushing on Nathan for a while, and she’s about to find out about Mer and Nathan’s relationship in this week’s episode. Plus, Mer and Nathan might even have a baby on the way! ...Read More... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/1OSfeuKOsLs/

Grey's Anatomy: 21 Mentorships That Will Give You All The Feels

There are many memorable relationships on Grey's Anatomy . Whether it's romantic, friendship, or family, there is no shortage of amazing relationships that leave a lasting impression and make us smile. Some of those relationships are mentorships. In the fast pace world of medicine where individuals are drawn to particular fields and look to others to learn everything there is about them, it's common for mentor/mentee bonds to form. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/slideshows/21-greys-anatomy-mentorships-that-will-give-you-all-the-feels/

TV Stars Get Extreme FaceApp Makeovers

If you haven't seen terrifying versions of your friends pop up in your Instagram and Facebook feeds, it's only a matter of time. FaceApp is the latest photo-manipulating tool letting anyone with a smartphone conduct extreme makeovers on themselves, their friends, their enemies, or, in our case, celebrities. That's right, after terrorizing each other , we're turning the app toward some of the SideReel community's favorite shows to see what the stars would look like at different ages and as different genders. Good news, Game of Thrones fans! Arya Stark lives forever!   That hair really works for Old Lady Daenerys.   Staying at HBO, here's a still from the future reboot of Girls , which we hope is better than the Kimmel spoof.   Turn that frown upside down, Momma.   Of course Marnie looks great.   This is actually too real. Lady Clay is a stunner.   Here's a sneak peek at Season 35 of Grey's Anatomy . Spoiler: there is another plane crash.   Where are the flaws, though? THERE ARE NONE.   Nothing to fix here.   Next season on Scandal , the new obstacle facing Olitz is time-travel shenanigans.   Another unsuccessful attempt to find a flaw.   This Is Us, if by us you mean Angelina Jolie and Minnie Driver's love child.   Nothing strange about an aged-up Winona.   The face Barb was always supposed to have.   div.post p { text-align: justify; }

Shonda Rhimes Has Regrets About Killing Off This Grey’s Character - HollywoodLife

Over the years, Grey’s Anatomy fans have watched some of their favorite characters get killed off. Creator Shonda Rhimes is now opening up about a character she regrets offing in such a dramatic fashion, and it’s not Derek, Lexie, or Mark! One of the best episodes of Grey’s Anatomy is the second half of the two-part bombing episode, "As We Know It," which aired following Super Bowl XL in 2006. The episode featured Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) finally get her hand back after shoving it in a man’s torso to keep a bomb from going off. She hands it over to bomb defuser Dylan Young (Kyle Chandler), and it explodes in his hands as he walks out of the OR. Even though he was just in a two-part episode, Kyle made an impression on fans and Shonda Rhimes, 47. Read the full article at HollywoodLife.com .

'Grey's Anatomy' Star Camilla Luddington Welcomes Daughter

Grey's Anatomy star Camilla Luddington has given birth to her first child with actor boyfriend Matthew Alan, who recently starred in the Netflix drama 13 Reasons Why . The actress introduced her daughter to the world by posting a sweet video on Instagram.   ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/greys-anatomy/greys-anatomy-star-camilla-lud-64165.aspx

Grey's Anatomy Round Table: Meredith Moves On

It has been a hell of a week for airplanes and the unfortunate souls on them. Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 20 was the best installment of the season. Not only was it thrilling, but the entire hour was devoted to Meredith. Chandra Wilson was at the helm, directing an unforgettable touching episode that paid homage to previous seasons, characters, and life-changing events. Meredith's growth was on display throughout the hour, and her relationship with Riggs finally hit its stride. Join TV Fanatics Stacy Glanzman, Amanda Steinmetz, and Jasmine Bluas they discuss"In the Air Tonight."   Did you enjoy Meredith performing surgery on a plane? What did you think about Meredith working through her PTSD to get the job done? Stacy: It's always fun getting to see the doctors improvise in the field, and watching Meredith perform brain surgery with a cocktail straw was pretty intense. It was very impressive that Meredith didn't freeze or clam up at all, but was able to think clearly and let her instincts take over considering the circumstances. Amanda: I love it when the doctors have to get creative in emergency situations. I thought Meredith kept her cool despite thinking back to the horrific plane crash that killed Lexie and eventually Mark. Jasmine: I love watching the creativity and ingenuity of doctors in the field. I also loved that Meredith freaked out, but still fought through to save her patient. I did not want to see anyone die on a plane, especially someone played by Queer Eye for The Straight Guy's Jai Rodriguez. On a scale of 1-10 how gut-wrenching were those flashbacks? Stacy: 9. The flashbacks were perfectly timed and executed for the biggest emotional impact. It was hard to see Lexie dying again and all of the happy times between Meredith and Derek. They were pretty heartbreaking. Amanda: Lexie's death is one of the saddest moments in the series for me, so anytime there are flashbacks to that episode, it makes me emotional. It's absolutely insane this woman has been through so much trauma, but that's exactly why she can keep calm under pressure. Jasmine: 9. Same, Amanda! Lexie gets me every damn time. God, I miss her! Everything about those flashbacks was heartbreaking, but I agree with Stacy, they were perfectly timed for maximum effect. Watch Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 20 Online Meredith told Riggs about the plane crash and Lexie. Thoughts? Stacy: It was a little surprising that Riggs didn't know anything about the plane crash. I can see that he wouldn't know the specific details or about Lexie, but you would think it would have come up at some point, or that he would have asked Arizona how she lost her leg. As for Meredith telling him about it, I think that was a big step for her. She doesn't talk about Lexie much and it means she's starting to let him in. Amanda: I agree with Stacy. How could Riggs have not heard about the plane crash? Not only did a couple of doctors end up dead, but Arizona lost her leg, and Meredith and the others became owners of the hospital. Riggs not knowing any of this seemed like a stretch. Other than that, I thought Meredith talking about it was a step in the right direction for letting her guard down. Jasmine: I also found it odd that he had no idea about the plane crash. You work at this new place with all these people, and you're romantically interested in one of them; you didn't do a Google search or anything, Nathan? I loved when Meredith told him about Lexie. I especially loved when she referred to Lexie as her "kid sister." She has been through so much s**t, and it was a great reminder of just how much she has overcome. View Slideshow: 16 Soulful Singers Who Make Us Swoon Was Riggs right to call Mer out on putting others ahead of herself and holding on to Derek? Did you find him too pushy? Stacy: I think he pushed her just enough to be what she needed. She was afraid of letting Derek go and of getting close to someone new, and she needed that push to face her fear. I don't think Riggs was trying to push her into something she didn't want. He was trying to help her realize that she doesn't have to be afraid to go after what she wants. Amanda: I think he was completely in the right. Meredith clearly wants some sort of relationship with Riggs, and he can see that. Meredith is holding onto the past and it's preventing her from moving on and finding happiness again. Jasmine: I think Riggs was right. It makes it slightly less pushy when we know that he has dealt with grief himself. However, grieving is a process that everyone handles differently, so even though he can relate, he still can't definitively say when she's ready for something and when she isn't. I also cringed when he followed her to the bathroom. It was supposed to be hot, funny, or cute, but it rubbed me the wrong way. View Slideshow: 17 Women Who Stand Their Ground What are your feelings on the standalone episode format and frequency of them this season? Which one is your favorite? Stacy: This one was my favorite. If we're going to spend an episode on one or two characters, it should be Meredith or at least one of the originals. It's not something I want to become too frequent though, especially with characters like Alex getting so little screen time lately. Amanda: I don't mind the stand alone episodes as long as they are done well. Thankfully this one was great. Jasmine: My feelings are mixed. When they are done well, they can be great, but it still shouldn't be something that happens so much. On the other hand, the standalone episodes have actually been the strongest episodes of the season with this one being the best. The promo shows Maggie figuring out the truth. How do you think Maggie will react when she finds out about Merthan ? Stacy: Personally, I hope she is mature about it. Meredith just needs to have a talk with her, explain how it came to be and why she didn't tell her sooner, and I think Maggie will understand. If it comes out any other way than Meredith telling her, it's going to blow up and I don't want to see that. Amanda: Maggie finding out about Meredith and Riggs is longgggg overdue. I can't wait for this secret to get out. Maggie shouldn't overreact. She had a crush. That's it. Hopefully, this won't cause a rift in their sisterly relationship. Jasmine: Maggie finding out the truth is long overdue. This storyline has bugged me so muchbecause it felt so unnecessary.I think the only way this becomes a huge blow-up is if Maggie is stuck on the fact that Meredith continued to be dishonest after Maggie asked her not to be. I'm expecting Maggie to forgive Meredith for her dishonesty and for her to be genuinely happy for Meredith. Maggiehas always been for Meredith's happiness. She has so much other bigger stuff going on. I think it'll be a blip on the radar. View Slideshow: Quotables for Week Ending April 14, 2017 What was your favorite scene? Stacy: All of it? Honestly, this was a fantastic episode. I loved the flashbacks, Meredith opening up about Lexie, and the end. It was all very well done. Amanda: The entire sequence of Meredith using the straw to perform surgery was awesome! Jasmine: Agreed. Hmm, for the sake of giving something different I'll say any moment the cute Pediatric Dentist reminded the others that he was capable of doing things despite being a dentist. I laughed every single time. He was my favorite, along with the elderly woman, and Ingrid. Do you agree with our Round Table? Let us know below in the comments. You can watch Grey's Anatomy online right here via TV Fanatic! Grey's Anatomy returns on April. 27. View Slideshow: The White Princess: If You're Missing Game of Thrones, You Want to Meet Her! https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/04/greys-anatomy-round-table-meredith-moves-on/

Grey's Anatomy's Season 13 Finale Will Be "On Fire," Bosses Tease

  There've been no shortage of ridiculous calamities to hit the halls of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital over the years, but according to Shonda Rhimes , the heat is about to be on like never before. The Grey's Anatomy boss teased that Season 13's finale episode, which airs in mid-May, will be a fiery ... ....Read More...   http://www.tvguide.com/news/greys-anatomy-season-13-finale-fire/?rss=breakingnews

Grey's Anatomy: Meredith and Riggs Are In for a Bumpy Ride

There's nothing like a (near) plane crash to bring two people together. That was the case for Meredith ( Ellen Pompeo ) and Riggs ( Martin Henderson ) on Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy , when the docs found themselves sitting next to each other on a plane after Meredith gives up her original seat ... ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/greys-anatomy-recap-meredith-riggs-plane/?rss=breakingnews

Greys Anatomy': If You Werent Afraid of Flying Before, You Will Be Now

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on ifyou haventwatched Thursdaysepisode ofGreys Anatomy) Caution: Do not watch Thursday nights episode of Greys Anatomy if you have a fear of flying ordont want to develop a new one. Shonda Rhimes medical drama is filled with, well, drama weve seen our favorite characters die horrible deaths, weve had to go through a ridiculous amount of heartbreaks and just a whole bunch of unnecessary stress, but what we did not sign up for was developing a new phobia. ...Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/greys-anatomy-if-you-werent-afraid-of-flying-before/

Grey's Anatomy: Maggie Channels Her Grief Into Work

  What's the "normal" way to grieve? The answer, of course, is there really isn't one... and the ladies of Grey's Anatomy are learning that lesson together. Thursday's episode picks up presumably a week or so after the death of Maggie's ( Kelly McCreary ) mother, on her first day back on the job at Grey ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/greys-anatomy-maggie-channels-her-grief-into-work/?rss=breakingnews
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