Episode 10x19 of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ will feature both fear and joy as “I’m Winning” unfolds. A celebration seems to be underway at Grey Sloane Memorial Hospital if the promotional photos released by Hypable on April 8 are any indication. Bubble Boy Braden takes a stroll through the hospital and sets off a manhunt, too. We have episode 10x19 spoilers ahead so read on at your own risk.
In “I’m Winning,” everyone is ecstatic that Cristina has been nominated for the Harper Avery Award, except Cristina. She is trying not to get excited or to think about it.
Bailey’s patient, Braden, the boy without the immune system, is getting worse according to Arizona, as seen in the promo. Bailey admonishes the boy that his only safe place is right where he is in observation. Apparently, he gets tired of being cooped up and goes for a stroll through the hospital. The voiceover in the “Grey’s Anatomy” promo says "A patient forced into isolation," the voiceover announces ominously, "and any outside exposure could be his death sentence!"
When his mother spots his empty bed, she shouts “Where is he? Where is my son!”
Alex is the one who finds him in the lobby. Realizing the danger the boy is in and trying to maintain some level of quarantine, he warns everyone, "Don't touch him!"
Here is the synopsis for “I’m Winning”:
Cristina is nominated for a Harper Avery and although most of her fellow doctors are ecstatic, she won’t let herself get too excited. Bailey continues to work on a young boy without an immune system — Alex considers making a change, and Derek and Callie work with a machine that can recognize emotions. Meanwhile, Richard gives the residents a pep talk about the exciting projects going on around the hospital.
“Grey's Anatomy” Season 10, Episode 19 — "I'm Winning" — airs Thursday, April 10, at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.
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