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Warning! The following contains spoilers for the Grey's Anatomy episode "Let's All Go To The Bar." Read at your own risk!
Grey's Anatomy just went on break following its fall finale, and if viewers didn't think things could get any messier for the characters this season...hoo boy! Lots of stuff happened in the fall finale worth talking about, but the end of the episode is what set in motion what will be an exciting two-hour crossover with Station 19 in January. The final moments of the episode saw a car crash into a basement bar, where a handful of characters from both shows were drinking.
Specifically, we had Jackson, Ben, Chief Herrera, Levi, Nico, Helm, Casey and Blake all in that bar. For those who didn't watch, the situation may not sound that bad, but as the promo for the episode showed, this car compromised the building enough to bring the whole place down on the patrons.
Obviously, a lot of lives are on the line. Bailey is worried about her husband, and in a bad way of her own. She'd only learned hours before she lost her baby, which is why Ben went out drinking with his buddies. He chose to go with Chief Herrera, who had been informed by Bailey earlier in the episode his lymphoma had returned. He swore her to secrecy about his condition, but will the truth come out when lives are on the line?
Looks like we'll have to wait until Station 19 and Grey's Anatomy return from the holiday break to find out!
In other big Grey's Anatomy developments, Maggie handed in her resignation, DeLuca might've screwed up by giving Meredith space as she had eyes for a new foreign doctor at episode's end, and Catherine is convinced Richard is having an affair despite his best efforts to avoid exactly that. Oh yeah, and Jo took an abandoned baby from the fire station home with her. If it sounds like a lot happened in this episode, well, it did, and there's actually more to bring up so let's keep it rolling.
Amelia was afraid to get an ultrasound, and after she was finally convinced to get one, she probably was right to be afraid. It turns out that she's four weeks further into her pregnancy than she thought, which means this baby isn't Link's, it's Owen's. All that screaming, and it turns out the baby is his after all. With Maggie's job now open, Koracick offered the position to Teddy. He also planted a seed of doubt about her relationship with Owen, and she seemed to take it to heart. Long story short, Grey's Anatomy is about to get crazy in 2020.
Grey's Anatomy kicks off in the new year Thursday, January 23 at 9:00 p.m. ET. Tune in for the two-hour crossover with Station 19, and be sure to stick with CinemaBlend for all the latest news happening in movies and television.