Grey’s recap: A new chapter in an old romance tease takes a devastating turn

Is a party really a party without poppers? The question was of rhetoric on Thursday grey’s anatomy As The residents at Mer’s house erupt in celebration—cues the sad trombone—with Simone’s estranged fiancé, Trey. Did she admit to him that, at this point, she was yesterday’s news and Lucas, yesterday’s? Read on, and we’ll discuss not only that turning point, but how Blue and Jules spent their fateful evening at Gray Sloan and whether there was little else when Teddy and Owen went on a double date with Bailey and Ben.

‘Team Skywalker’ , As “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” began, Mika was prepping for the shackles at the intern residence, while upstairs, Simone and Trey were freaking out over her lack of support during her last job. Even then Taking it out, really. (It looked like they’d been at it since they arrived.) Overhearing the fight, Mika reassured Lucas that he still had a shot with Simone. It was not lost on Yasuda that “the two of you were seconds away from bonding last night.” When Simone and Trey finally talked for a moment instead of yelling, she asked if he’d waited too long to follow her around and try to fix things. Dodging the question, she said she just wanted to have fun at the party… but was soon admitting that she missed him too, and was kissing him. (Hurry, Lucas. Hurry.)

As the bash got underway, Taryn encouraged Levi to lie down. But it was looking more and more like she might get lucky instead. (Hi, Micah!) Gradually, Trey rejects new friends with Simone, whom he considers “my people,” and rejects Gray Sloan’s residency program. She was still reeling from that when Lucas pleaded her case, telling her how right she was in a sweet, heartfelt way. Simone got so emotional that she was undressing before the commercial break. “Baby, I’m sorry for what I said,” Trey pleaded from the other side of the door. “I’ll get better.” Hey, damn it. Unsurprisingly the c-k-block worked. “If you love her,” advises Lucas, dressed again, “you must fight for her.” did she love him? His non-answer was a sufficient answer for a clearly better option. To add insult to injury, she wanted to check behind the door to see if the tray was gone before leaving the bedroom. “Now you can say you’re sorry,” Lucas said angrily. Damn it – so close!

Downstairs, as Trey steals Simone away, Micah takes Taryn to look at the hole in the ceiling. Outside, Levi is approached by a visiting nurse named Carlos. Flirty from the start, he’d even bring his own drinks. “I work very hard to drink whatever surgical interns can afford.” Later, Simone admits that she spent many nights waiting for Trey to show up at her door. “what changed?” He asked. “Nothing,” she said. (Ugh! Simone!) In response, Trey got down on one knee and proposed to her again as a devastated Lucas. (Go get some Carlos’s better beer, man.)

grays-anatomy-season-19-episode-9-love-not-cost-a-thing‘I knew I should have had more wine’ , At Owen and Teddy’s, she is distraught to learn that Ben and Bailey were on their way when Allison bit Prue. re, When Altman and Hunt’s guests arrived, tensions ran high. Owen told Bailey, “She’s tired after a day of doing the work we did for years.” Eventually, the conversation veers to the bite issue… but Teddy quickly brushes it off. “Can you help me in the kitchen?” Teddy asked. “Can’t,” Owen cracked. “Not licensed.” At dinner, as Bailey asks if Teddy had submitted a resume for a new chief of trauma, Owen is shocked to learn that his wife is not hiring an interim chief but a permanent one. “It’s a business decision,” she said, “so deal with it.” when the couple started performing Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Bailey yells at them to get help – and tells Ben to bring the pie she brought.

grays-anatomy-season-19-episode-9-love-not-cost-a-thing‘Don’t kill anyone’ , Hearing about the Ivor Lewis procedure, for which Blue will be scrubbing with Maggie the next morning, Jules accosts herself in the OR – if she isn’t tired after an overnight shift. But long before surgery could begin on patient Natalia, she suffered a terrible fecal seizure, and Amelia discovered she needed a different procedure, urgently and urgently. When Blu and Jules bring Natalia and husband Elliot the consent forms, Kwan asks how deeply in debt the couple are. Upon hearing how bad they were, Blue suggested they get a divorce—Natalia could qualify for more insurance, and it could protect the few assets that were piling up from the medical bills. Hearing this, Maggie chews Blue. The first patient was bleeding from the brain. “She’s bleeding from the brain now, and she’s arguing with her husband.” Alone with Elliot, Jules advises him that if he loves his wife enough to marry her, he may love her enough to divorce her. Not only did Elliot agree to the strategy, he and Natalia had the most romantic, heartbreaking “breakup” ceremony ever. (If there ever was one.) Since Maggie uninvited Blue from the surgery, despite the fact that her idea was brilliant, only Jules was in the OR when Amelia operated on. (Knock Wood, it looked like Natalia might make it… at least through this first process.)

gray returning cast members‘My anxiety hovers around eight when I’m No In labor’ , In other developments, Amelia plans to meet Kai. (boy, is He The relationship was moved to the back burner.) After Amelia left Scout with Link, who was favored by some Tank fans, she and Joe went to a pregnant woman whose wife was N/A, when She went into labor. As the episode came to a close, Bailey, alone with Ben, called him out on the resentment she was feeling towards him. what was it about? They were doing so well before she went back to work, she confessed. But she was prioritizing her family, she argued. To be continued… Rather than let Lucas be sad about what could have happened, Mika jams it up and gets him to dance with her and Taryn, while outside, Levi bonds with Carlos. Catching Bluey bringing Elliot breakfast, Maggie starts barking at him again, helping him to explain what his family was going through when his mother was dying. After that conversation, Maggie asks Richard how he knows that his and Katherine’s rough patch was only a patch. There was still love underneath it all, she added, adding that she was sure her daughter and Winston would work through their issues. As Jo marveled at how wonderful Link had been all night and thought about how Amelia had given up on him, his babymama said she wasn’t right for him… but maybe she was right for Jo.

So, what did you think of the episode? are you missing me On a scale from “not at all” to “OMG, so much,” how much? And how disappointed were you that Simone walked out on Lucas?

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