After the whole “let’s talk about our feelings by almost dying and also helping people survive on a plane” incident, Meredith is now trying to figure out how to do the impossible: tell her sister Maggie about her and Riggs.
Oh, man. Say it with me now: bad things happen on planes on Grey’s Anatomy. Bad things happen on planes on Grey’s Anatomy. Need I repeat myself?
Here’s the thing about Grey’s Anatomy: No matter how badly you get screwed over by life (because that’s Grey’s, after all), you move on pretty quickly.
When a parent comes to visit Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, you know the prognosis is never good. You either get drama, turmoil, relationship issues, angst, or in some cases, even death.
Hey, so, remember Maggie’s mom, Diane Pierce? Yep, she’s back! But she hasn’t told Maggie the truth yet.
April and Jackson’s relationship on Grey’s Anatomy has been one of the most volatile and emotional relationships in the show’s entire history.
As of tonight, we’ve reached the end of season one, and with it, the Pearson family story — for now.
Ugh. We’re still reeling from THAT death on This Is Us…and this week, there’s no shortage of tears. Why would there be? Just because William’s finally passed away, it doesn’t mean we get to stop hurting along with Randall and the rest of the family.
Ashleigh Murray talks about playing the coolest pussycat in CW’s Riverdale.
Fathers and sons are a huge part of the framework of This Is Us. We’ve seen how much Jack strived to be a perfect parent to Kate, Kevin and Randall in their early years. And since the pilot episode, we’ve seen Randall wrestle with becoming close again to his biological father, William — who is sadly on borrowed time.