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Jolex Spoilers From The Spoiler Room

Something about Jolex’s storyline on Grey’s Anatomy? I love them so much. — Giusina
It won’t be long before Alex finds out that Jo Wilson isn’t who she says she is. “Obviously, he’s going to find out why she can’t marry him,” Justin Chambers says. “I don’t know where that takes them from there, but he’s hurt, and he’s angry, and he’s wrong, but he’s also right.” Unfortunately for Alex, Jo will have a very strong reaction to what he did.


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Grey’s Anatomy to explore domestic violence in season 13

Heading into its 13th season, Grey’s Anatomy will be shining a light on domestic violence, exploring the repercussions of Alex (Justin Chambers) pummeling DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti), which was ultimately a miscommunication resulting from the reveal that Jo Wilson (Camilla Luddington) is married to an abusive man she ran away from.

At the close of season 12, Jo turned down Alex’s proposal, scared to confess that she couldn’t marry him because she was already wed. In truth, her name isn’t even Jo Wilson. Season 13 picks up in the aftermath, as Alex faces the consequences of his actions both at the hospital, but also in his relationship with Jo, whose backstory will finally unfurl this year.

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[Video] Preview Reveals who Attacks Meredith *SPOILERS*

It is almost time for Grey’s Anatomy to return, and the new preview is showing exactly what happens to Meredith Grey when she is brutally attacked. Viewers have known that this is coming, but actually seeing the preview shows how violent it will all be for her. This will all go down when Grey’s Anatomy returns to television in February. TV Line shared the new preview that reveals it is a patient that will be the one who attacks Meredith Grey.

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season premiere was a powerful return

Meredith promised one thing at the start of Grey’s Anatomy’s season premiere: “You’re about to find out that everything has changed.”

But, in the end, that couldn’t be further from the truth. At least when it comes to Grey’s Anatomy as a whole. The show returned with an episode that sent a powerful message: The Grey’s Anatomy you love hasn’t changed a bit.

The hour — the start of the show’s 12th (!) season — had all the makings of a classic episode: a powerful patient storyline (this one about two lesbian teens who struggled to gain the acceptance of their bigot parents, who were the kind we like to hope are rarer than they probably are), a return to a more established arc (Bailey’s quest to be chief), and reminder that an in-transition Meredith Grey is still trying to figure out her future.

Though, with regards to the latter, the bigger question of her path going forward was circumvented for a smaller-scale and comedic story about her struggling to adapt to living with Amelia — a perfect choice for a season opener that already had a heavy storyline present.

The premiere also touched on a few other subjects somewhat fleetingly, but these acted as setups for more to come.

For example, April returned from another deployment in the final minutes, and her reunion with Jackson was icy, but we didn’t see much more than that. And in another, Arizona struggled to find a roommate because, she was told, her reputation as a legendary doctor, a bit of a jinx and an intern-seducer was a deterrent for potential roommates. Luckily, she eventually found one.

There was no big moment that made the episode. This is Grey’s; it saves those for sweeps.

Instead, Grey’s focused on making the sum of the parts a satisfying experience, with those signature, powerful moments along the way.

Like when Maggie punched the horrible mother of one of the teen girls.

Or when the group had a meaningful talk about bullies.

Or when Bailey speechified like only she can and got the keys to her kingdom.

Or even when Meredith apologized to Amelia by saying, “I’m sorry I said you have fleas.” (Because that’s perfect Meredith.)

The message of this episode was that there may be a piece of Grey’s missing — RIP, still, Derek — but the rest is still here.

And we’re all allowed to enjoy that.

What did you think of the Grey’s Anatomy season premiere? Tell us below.

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