October 15, 2010 04:50:08 GMT
The time has come for Cristina and Meredith to attend to a leading surgery that would send them home if anything bad happens.
Next week on "Grey's Anatomy", as part of their training, the Chief puts Seattle Grace's residents - including Meredith, Cristina, April and Jackson - in charge. Meanwhile, Derek, Callie, Owen and the other attending surgeons compete for a million-dollar grant. "Almost Grown" airs October 21.
A bunch of "Grey's" news has been sprouting in the last few days. First of all, Jessica Capshaw aka Arizona will be sidelined for two episodes after the October 28 episode. "We're basically playing it by ear," creator Shonda Rhimes told EW. "If she needs more [than two episodes], she'll let me know."
Meanwhile, Kevin McKidd who plays Owen in the series would go behind the camera to direct a series of six "Grey's" webisodes that airs beginning October 14 at ABC.com. "They're based around a new PR consultant's power struggle with Dr. Richard Webber [James Pickens, Jr.], who is trying to turn the image of the hospital around," McKidd told TV Guide.
"When the PR rep advises the hospital to produce a corporate sizzle reel, they search for the perfect on-camera representative 'with disastrous results'." He added, "I ended up directing two I'm in, which was a challenge and quite weird."