Everyone is talking about the super fast wedding that’s going to happen on Grey’s Anatomy in the Season Finale, and they are also presuming it’s between Meritdith ans Derek. Michael Ausiello was even very convinced by it. I am not, it’s a surprise and it’s quick, let’s take a poll who would need to get married quickly on Grey’s, probably someone who doesn’t have much time to live, right? I am betting it’s an Alex and Izzie wedding! Izzie never had closure with Dennis concerning marriage and maybe, Alex wants to give her that with their relationship, much more plausible, reasonable and fitting with the storyline. Who do think is getting married?
Over at Grey’s, series creator Shonda Rhimes has already confirmed that one of the show’s couples will tie the knot later this season, and there’s increasingly loud buzz that the event will take place on May 7, during the show’s landmark 100th episode, appropriately titled “Beautiful Day.” Adding to the speculation: The episode will feature a minister. The bigger question than when it will happen, of course, is who is walking down the aisle? One source close to Grey’s says Derek and Meredith will finally take the plunge — something a show spokesperson would neither confirm nor deny. Keep in mind, Rhimes said viewers would be surprised by the wedding. What would be so surprising about a Mer-Der ceremony? Ironically, the speed with which it would have taken place. Sure, the star-crossed lovers have been dating for five years, but a May 7 wedding would make for a lightning-fast, seven-week engagement (that’s assuming Mer accepts Der’s elevator proposal this Thursday, and all indications are that she will). “Shonda is probably counting on fans thinking a Der-Mer engagement would be just as drawn out as their courtship,” speculates one Grey’s insider. “So to marry them off seven weeks after getting engaged would certainly qualify as a surprise.” — Source: The Ausiello Files
Question: Do you have any awesome scoop on what’s ahead on Grey’s Anatomy?
Ausiello: The wedding taking place in the 100th episode on May 7? It’s not Mer-Der after all! The plot thickens! Source: The Ausiello Files
Question: Any news on whether T.R. Knight will get a story this season on Grey’s Anatomy?
Ausiello: Remember me telling you last month about a proposed storyline that would find George developing an interest in Owen’s specialty as a military/trauma doc? You know, the one ABC insisted had been scrapped and replaced with something even better? Well, my colleague, Jennifer Armstrong, just spoke to Kevin McKidd, and the new story sounds a lot like the old one. “Hunt [will start to] see something in George that no one else has,” McKidd revealed. “There’s an event that happens and [Hunt] realizes there’s a lot more to him… that he has a set of skills that maybe he isn’t even aware of. And Hunt starts to mentor him in a way that gets really interesting.” Translation: My initial theory about Shonda Rhimes having George join the military and go off to Iraq as a way of accommodating Knight’s departure is so happening. Right? Source: The Ausiello Files
Question: Will Cristina and Owen hit the sheets anytime soon on Grey’s Anatomy?
Ausiello: Let’s ask Kevin McKidd. “A lot happens this week,” he said. “I think they’ve drawn that one out a lot, and I know people are getting frustrated. I think it’s good because they’ve really connected on a mental and emotional level. And now I think it’s time they connect physically.” (Oh, they’re going to connect physically, alright.) Source: The Ausiello Files
VIDEO: Kevin McKidd Reveals What’s Ahead for Grey’s Anatomy’s Haunted Dr. Hunt
Will Owen’s PTSD get worse before it gets better? It sure looks that way. As Kevin McKidd shares in Part 1 of his TVGuide.com video Q&A, the haunted Dr. Hunt once again — and to an even scarier degree — misdirects a nightmare at his lady love, Cristina, in this Thursday’s episode of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy. Previewing this latest dark moment, McKidd tells TVGuide.com, “It’s going to become a catalyst for him to really sort his stuff out and become whole again. He really loves [Cristina] and wants to make things good for her, and not to be this burden.” In tackling such tricky fare, McKidd declares himself “lucky” to have Sandra Oh as a scene partner, saying, “She’s such a committed artist.” McKidd also gives kudos to Grey’s for journeying down this rocky road with his war vet. “Post-traumatic stress has a stigma attached to it, so I think it’s great that the show is telling this story properly and exploring it and getting dirty with it,” he says. McKidd goes on to share how the depths of Owen’s despair — and the advice of a certain peer — will lead him to seek help from Dr. Wyatt, the psychiatrist played by Amy Madigan. “It’s hard for him,” notes the actor, “because he’s not the most verbal guy … but they work through a lot of stuff.” Might it eventually lead to lighter moments for Owen and Cristina? Get McKidd’s answer at the 3:00 mark.