Last night's Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 21 marked the fourth-to-last installment for Sandra Oh's Cristina Yang on the long-running ABC medical drama.
Fans saw why she did not win the Harper Avery Award, and learned that next week, Isaiah Washington's Preston Burke makes his long-awaited return.
According to Catherine Avery, Cristina Yang could never win because the Harper Avery Foundation co-owns the hospital where Yang works. That's it.
She actually received the most votes and should have won, though ... so it's both more and less crushing for her we'd have to imagine. Politics ...
Amelia Shepherd, meanwhile, is engaged, and Caterina Scorsone's character visited Seattle to see what a life with kids and her career would be like.
Certainly Grey's Anatomy offers plenty of case studies there.
For Jackson and April, their issues are just beginning ... since April is pregnant, the stakes are higher than ever. Can these two ever get over the hump?
It's been one obstacle after another for April and Jackson, not unlike Callie and Arizona, who are also trying to procreate again despite their recent strife.
It's a family friendly place, Amelia.
The continuation of the storylines of the bubble boy and the family with heart complications made for some tear-jerking moments Thursday night.
Bailey contemplated a very risky move by wanting to inject the boy with a deactivated HIV virus, while Yang to make the right decision for the family.
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