It's hard to imagine that Grey's Anatomy has been on the air for almost fourteen years.
Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 7 was all about celebrating the show's 300th episode, and it did so with an emotional episode that proved why this medical soap is still relevant after all these years.
When the episode got underway, Meredith was getting ready to head off to the Harper Avery event to find out whether she had won an award.
However, she was stopped in her tracks when she learned about a rollercoaster disaster and rushed back to the Emergency Room to find out what all the fuss was about.
When she got there, she found a woman and man who resembled faces from her past. They were stuck to a rollercoaster cart.
The man looked like George, and the woman looked like Cristina. They even had the same mannerisms as the former characters who were such big influences on the show.
More bizarrely, they were all interns. Meredith realized it was going to be a difficult task, but she attempted to remove the man from the cart.
His face turned blue, and it became apparent his airways were blocked. She then had to hold his head in place so he could breathe while the bottom half of his body was removed from the cart.
She decided against going to her awards show because she wanted to save the group. Things got scarier when Faux Cristina found herself with a wound in her abdomen.
Meredith rushed her into surgery, and the woman asked Meredith to imagine she was Cristina to save her life, and a teary-eyed Meredith agreed.
She managed to save them and was shocked when everyone screened the awards ceremony in the operating room, and it emerged that she won the award.
Alex found himself facing a woman who looked like Izzy, and it made him wonder what his ex was up to. Jo thought it would be a good idea for him to contact her and check what she had been up to.
He decided against it and helped keep her comfortable while she got surgery because her baby was in danger. Arizona decided that the baby needed to be delivered by C-Section, and got her prepared.
Alex was there every step of the way and helped keep her calm. In the end, the experience brought him closer together with Jo.
Then there was De Luca who continued to have sex with the new intern even though they both admitted that they were bad for each other.
Will he ever learn?!
What did you think of the 300th episode?
Would you have liked to see characters return for the occasion?