'Grey's Anatomy' recap: Sara Ramirez plays 'Bad Cop' with a patient while Meredith's pregnancy is jeopardized
Last week on Grey's Anatomy, things got really tricky. Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital Chief of Surgery Dr. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) brought in a new doctor to help him figure out the hospital's serious financial problem. With the plane crash survivors winning $14 million each and the airline getting off from paying them based on a technicality, he really had no choice. Still, things got really tricky and extremely tense as Dr. Alana Cahill (Constance Zimmer) started snip snip snipping away at the hospital departments, all starting with closing down the Emergency Room. Say what?!
Dr. Hunt and Dr. Cahill deal with an emergency room patient throughout the episode. It's not pretty and they are having a hard time with it at the same time as Dr. Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) deals with a patient who is a Jehovah's Witness, which means that he cannot get the life-saving blood transfusion he desperately needs. Even after speaking with his family, she can do nothing.
Then, while in a skills lab, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) starts freaking out and runs out in a panic. She had actually been doing pretty well when she felt something in her stomach and--GASP!--I freaked out since she had a miscarriage before. Dr. Bailey's (Chandra Wilson) followed her out to see what whats happening and, thankfully, informed her that the freak out was actually just her baby kicking. WHEW! I feel like a huge weight has been lifted.
Meanwhile, Callie (Sara Ramirez) and her wife Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) play Bad Cop and Good Cop with a patient whose dream was to be a professional gymnast. Unfortunately, Callie completely fails to cheer up the girl and even gets depressed when she hells at her. So much for being a decent Bag Cop, huh?
And then we watched as Dr. Yang lost her patient and Arizona went from being the Good Cop (yeah, that did NOT work) to being Extreme Bad Cop. And that's how Arizona and Callie got the former gymast girl to walk again!
Sadly, though, Dr. Derek Sheperd (Patrick Dempsey) and Dr. April Kepner (Sarah Drew) worked all day on trying to save the ER, only to find out that it can't be saved and tha tthe hospital is getting ready to be sold. What will happen next? Is our crew all in jeopardy of getting fired? We will only find out next week.
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