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Question: I hear that Grey’s Anatomy‘s season finale is a big secret, but surely you can find out something for us. —Barbara
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Challenge accepted. Last month, Shonda Rhimes sent Grey’s fans into a veritable tizzy when she tweeted that everything she previously said about this season’s finale “NO LONGER STANDS,” adding, “We changed everything.” Well, sources confirm that the scoop Rhimes gave me back in February — that the episode would not feature a large scale disaster — still holds true. So, um, phew.


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Kerry: Any Grey's Anatomy finale scoop you can share?
The doctors find themselves in over their heads when a slew of Seattle Grace's machines, specifically ventilators, stop working and patients' frantic loved ones are called upon to help out. In one word: mayhem.

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"Grey's Anatomy": Surprise... disaster is about to strike Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Again. This time, a power outage puts everyone in a terrible position -- but none so precarious as the babies in the NICU. The doctors, outnumbered by the babies who need to be ventilated, have no choice but to teach the new parents to breathe for their newborns.

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Grey's Anatomy: A Natural Disaster Rains Down in Season 9 Finale

Following last year's deadly plane crash, a superstorm will send the hospital into crisis mode.
A natural disaster is heading straight for Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital on ABC's Grey's Anatomy.
After several cryptic tweets from showrunner Shonda Rhimes, sources close to the ABC medical drama tell The Hollywood Reporter that the season nine finale will feature a superstorm.

The natural disaster will begin in the penultimate episode of the season -- titled "Readiness Is All" -- set for May 9, with the storm hitting full force in the May 16 finale, fittingly titled "Perfect Storm." The superstorm will affect the recently renamed hospital and cause its staff to go into crisis mode in an hour that is being described as very intense with a lot of "major" things changing for the characters in the final two episodes of the season.

Rhimes has said the Grey's writing staff made some "very bold [and] shocking decisions" with the finale following "very intense discussions."

"I warned you about the GA finale so you could brace yourself," Rhimes recently wrote. "Hug a friend."

:arrow: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-f ... orm-444083


Grey's Anatomy Finale Scoop: A Super Storm Heads to Seattle!

A storm is brewing on Grey's Anatomy. Literally.

Although an initial report suggested there wouldn't be a large-scale disaster in the finale, executive producer Shonda Rhimes recently tweeted that the writers have changed their plans for the season-ender — and she wasn't kidding.
TVGuide.com has learned that a super storm will be heading towards the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital beginning in the penultimate episode, "Readiness Is All," and reaching its full, violent force by the May 16 finale, aptly titled "Perfect Storm." The docs will go into crisis mode as the storm ravages the hospital. Further details on the finale — like whether McBaby will come during this perilous time — were unavailable, but we hear it's going to be a very intense finale.
In March, Rhimes tweeted about planning the season-ender, stating, "We made some very bold, shocking decisions. Wow."

:arrow: http://www.tvguide.com/News/Greys-Anato ... 64386.aspx

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Grey's Anatomy - Episode 9.23 - Readiness Is All - Press Release

"Readiness is All" - The doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital prepare for a super storm heading towards Seattle; Owen's desire to be a parent gets stronger as he becomes closer to Ethan; and one wrong move puts the lives of Meredith and her baby in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Jo looks to Alex for help in a moment of crisis, and one doctor gets the shock of her life, on "Grey's Anatomy," THURSDAY, MAY 9 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

"Grey's Anatomy" stars Ellen Pompeo as MerEdith Grey, Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd, Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery and Sarah Drew as April Kepner.

Guest cast includes Hilarie Burton, Jennifer Bassey and Justin Bruening. Other guest cast TBA.

"Readiness is All" was written by Bill Harper and directed by Tony Phelan.

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Grey's Anatomy - Episode 9.24 - Perfect Storm - Synopsis

GREY'S ANATOMY - SEASON FINALE - "Perfect Storm" - Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital enters crisis mode as the storm rages, resources become scarce and patients flood in by the busload. Meanwhile, one of the doctors fights for their life, on the season finale of "Grey's Anatomy," THURSDAY, MAY 16 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET).

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'Grey's Anatomy's' Chandra Wilson Teases a Rattled Bailey, 'Surprising' Finale

After a string of patients Bailey (Chandra Wilson) treated are diagnosed with post-op infections -- two of whom died -- the good doc will find herself at the center of a Center for Disease Control investigation when the Shonda Rhimes medical drama returns Thursday.

The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Wilson to discuss the story line and how much viewers should be worried about Bailey's future at Grey Sloan Memorial as well as to get the scoop on the superstorm that arrives in the season nine finale.

The Hollywood Reporter: How will the CDC investigation impact Bailey? Knowing Bailey, we can't imagine she'd take it sitting down.
Chandra Wilson: She has sat down, that's the problem. The CDC has to come in and do their due diligence and get to the source of where the infection is coming form. From Bailey's point of view, that doesn't have anything to do with her. Why she would even be considered as a possibility to why something has gone wrong -- she has no understanding of that whatsoever. That affects the relationships she has with the rest of her colleagues. In her opinion, they're busy being board members as opposed to being her champion.

THR: Speaking of board members, Jackson (Jesse Williams) warns the staff to keep their distance, how will Bailey handle being shut out?
Wilson: She's not going to handle that at all; that's being incredibly disloyal. Their priorities are all in the wrong place. If this had happened to any of her other colleagues, she probably would have told them, "Sit down for a minute, let the investigation run its course and then get back to work and call it a day." But she can't take her own advice. The whole thing is very personal to her, she's one of a few of her colleagues that doesn't have a financial stake in the hospital. She has no job security and this really rattles her; the fact that she has to sit back and allow something to potentially affect her career.

THR: Which of the board members will support her in this? Who besides Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) is on her side?
Wilson: They all support her and are on her side but unfortunately they have to do their job first: they have to carry their title first. She can't see where their support is because they have to put on the suit and be board members for Grey Sloan Memorial.

THR: As a result of this, could we see Bailey wind up with some sort of financial stake in the hospital?
Wilson: She thinks she has a certain amount of footing with the fact that she has the genome lab. That's really important and there's great work that's being done there and it's value added to the hospital. The bottom line is it's not the same thing as being an owner. That really does become clear to her and that loyalties are split because of this.

THR: Bailey has typically ruled the roost at the hospital. How will this investigation affect her self-confidence?
Wilson: She thought she ruled the roost (laughs). Bailey has an incredible ego, which is one of the things I like about her. This investigation has more of an affect on her ego than anything else. She's certainly grieved by the fact that her patients are the ones that have died. She always has a personal investment in her patients, especially because of her perfection as surgeon. If something goes wrong in surgery, it's not because of something that she has done; it's what ever the circumstances are. It's her ego that is going to take the biggest hit in this whole situation.

THR: Ben (Jason George) is returning next week, how will he help support Bailey with the investigation and will BCB return?
Wilson: He'll try. She is Ms. Independent and it's very difficult for her to call on anybody in order to be of help to her or even for her to admit that she needs help through a situation. Unfortunately, it becomes and uphill battle for him to even be her husband because it's beyond the realm of possibly that she could have done anything wrong and she can't understand why no one else is thinking that same way.

THR: The season finale will feature a superstorm. Will the storm force Bailey's reinstatement?
Wilson: The bottom line is everybody has to rally in order to still be the hospital and all the personal drama is there and that needs to be worked out in the midst of that. Therein lies the drama part that we get to add to the season finale. (Laughs.)

THR: Whose life will the superstorm most impact? We've heard there are major changes for everyone.
Wilson: As far as Bailey is concerned, it's really is about being able to separate the personal from professional so that she can continue to be a good doctor and function in this environment that she's in. That's going to be incredibly hard for her. Everybody has their own story; we're not dependent on anyone else's story so we have a lot of independent stories going on right now on the show that have some surprising endings in the finale. There are some things that are just going to be out of the blue.

THR: How would you compare this season's finale to last year's gut-wrenching plane crash episode?
Wilson: It certainly has the same intensity as far as the forward movement. Our finales are always about what's going to happen next and we do continue that. But no engines are falling off of anything (laughs). We don't have that happening! All our characters individually are going through a big journey. The forward momentum of our season finales will continue to be there.

THR: Will everyone survive? Will anyone die?
Wilson: It depends on what you mean survive! (Laughing.) There may be some spiritual death and things like that! But as far as I know we're all still standing right now.

THR: Obviously Bailey is still around for the finale, what's the likelihood we'll see her get fired? Sounds like she's still working when the superstorm arrives.
Wilson: I know that she doesn't feel like her career is safe so it's about how much self-sabotage is Bailey going to get herself into not only in the season finale but what ever happens going forward in season 10 just because she holds grudges. It wouldn't be so much to see the CDC investigation but how she handles everything going forward that might jeopardize her career.

What do you think will happen to Bailey? Hit the comments below with your thoughts. Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.

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Question: How worried should we be about Mer’s baby on Grey’s Anatomy? —Jennifer
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Not nearly as worried as you should be about the person delivering Mer’s baby on Grey’s Anatomy.

OMG! Is Bailey going to lose her job on Grey's Anatomy?— Pamela
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: She'll certainly be worried about it — and it won't help that the doctors aren't legally allowed to show support for her. "They have to go according to the rules no matter how they feel about her personally," Chandra Wilson says. "Behind closed doors, of course they have all kinds of support for her. All she knows is they collectively made her sit down and her ego can't handle that." Look for the source of the infection to be revealed in Thursday's episode.


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Grey's Anatomy Scoop: Will Bailey Lose Her Job?
Apr 24, 2013 07:10 PM ET
by Natalie Abrams


Miranda Bailey has, and always will be, the heart of Seattle Grace Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, but her future at the stalwart establishment will be called into question during Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy.

Last week, three of Bailey's patients developed an unknown infection that lead to at least two deaths. Initially, it was thought to be Leah's (Tessa Ferrer) fault, but it turns out Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is to blame. Now placed on suspension, Bailey must undergo a CDC investigation that could cost the doctor her job. How will Bailey deal with this pressure? TVGuide.com turned to Wilson to get the scoop on that and the upcoming season finale:

How is Bailey dealing with the CDC investigation?
Chandra Wilson:
Owen [Kevin McKidd] made her sit down! That's not cool. She doesn't sit down. The CDC have to come in and do their due diligence. We, of course, have to look for the source of the infection so we can get it out or do whatever we need to do. That's all fine. But Bailey can't understand why it's even within the realm of possibility that it had something to do with her, and why the doctors are not only rallying behind her, but championing her. Bailey still has patients, so she doesn't understand why she has to sit down in order for this investigation to happen.

How are the other doctors treating her?
Wilson
: As far as her colleagues are concerned, all of them are board members now. They have to be board members and go according to the rules, no matter how they feel about her personally. Her contention is that friends come first and they're board members later. Behind closed doors, of course they have all kinds of support for her, but she doesn't hear any of that. All she knows is that they collectively have made her sit down. Her ego can't handle that.

What could possibly happen to her because of this? Will she lose her job?
Wilson:
We'll know in Thursday's episode what the source of the infection is. What comes to light for her even before that is there really is no job security. She doesn't have a financial stake in the hospital at all, like her colleagues do. People that she groomed as interns are now her boss. Even though she has the genome lab, that still doesn't give her an overwhelming amount of security. That's very isolating, and she ends up feeling really alone in the midst of everything that's going on.

How will Ben (Jason George) be there to support her?
Wilson:
I mean, he should be there as her husband. She should've called him right away to let him know what's going on so he can support her, but that's just very un-Bailey. She still hasn't learned how to do that yet. She's still incredibly independent. There's probably a lot of embarrassment, too. She's grieving her patients. The bottom line is that these were her patients that passed; people that she knew, people that she treated, people that she spent quality time with, and they died. That affects her greatly.

What's going to surprise us about what's behind the infection?
Wilson:
How personally she took the whole journey and how she was treated.

Will any of the doctors be there to support her through this?
Wilson:
Everybody is there to support her, but she just doesn't realize that. All she sees is that nobody is shouting through the megaphone that they are her champion. In a way, she's actually blind to the fact that she is being supported and is being taken care of.

In next week's episode, Bailey shuts everyone out. What's the catalyst of it? Is it finding out the cause of these deaths?
Wilson:
No, she just holds grudges. [Laughs] People have to pay for however she feels like she's been treated. It really is about that. It's about how there was no job security and in her opinion, she was treated very unfairly.

From the very beginning of the series, Bailey has always been on track to become the Chief of the hospital. Will the CDC investigation derail that, or would you say she's still on that path?
Wilson:
In her opinion, certainly. Her future at the hospital has come into question because she does not have any kind of financial stake in it. That certainly does make that brass ring much less attainable.

A super storm is coming to Seattle in the finale. How will that affect the hospital?
Wilson:
There certainly is a natural storm that's coming to Seattle, and the hospital has its Trauma One designation back, so we have to go into emergency mode since we are a center for that. That's the practical part of being a hospital and being a trauma center, but there's still emotional repercussions leftover that will have an effect on that. It's a Grey's finale, so there's going to be all kinds of other stuff, but that's the big picture.

Will this type of storm, the first thing you think of is power outages and flooding. Will those aspects come into play?
Wilson:
You have to have that. All the stuff that comes with super storm is what we're going to have in the finale.

How would you say that this finale compares to what we've seen in prior years?
Wilson:
Story-line-wise, not the same, but certainly the level of urgency that audiences have become used to in our season finales, that will be there.

Would you say it's an emotional finale?
Wilson:
Oh child, it's all of that. [Laughs] It's story-driven, it's natural disaster-driven, patient-driven. There's some good medicine that happens in it. We jam-pack it with as much as we can.


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