'Grey's Anatomy' will accommodate the story of late Denny Duquette for one last time, as confirmed by the actor himself.
It is now an official word that Denny Duquette will be back one more time on "Grey's Anatomy" and the last time it will be. Coming to give the confirmation himself is the actor who plays the deceased character, Jeffrey Dean Morgan. "I can confirm that I will be coming back one more time," he said.
The actor attended the premiere of "Star Trek" in Los Angeles, and made time to answer the question from EW. "I think it will be done after that," he continued. "I think I have been on the Grey's Anatomy set for the last time." He teased further that Denny has a reason to show up and it's "probably tied to Izzie's health."
Previously creator Shonda Rhimes also had suggested that Denny is back for one more occasion. She said, "Just a reminder: He's not a ghost, and we should all remember what his appearance means." She however, would not specify which episode she was talking about.
EW however, claimed that Denny's appearance will be on the 100th episode which is airing on Thursday, May 7. In the official synopsis for the episode called "What a Difference a Day Makes", Izzie fears the worst when she begins experiencing familiar symptoms.