“Grey’s Anatomy” will air episode 13, “Bad Blood” this week and according to Latinos Post on Jan. 26, the episode will focus on the hospital’s effort to overcome the settlement burden, Cristina’s struggle with a patient’s family and Arizona’s attempts to help a patient with issues similar to her own.
Last week, the hospital brought in a financial advisor to help make suggestions on cuts that could be made in an effort to find ways for the hospital to save money. It needs to come up with $90 million dollars to pay the plane crash victims.
Much squawking was heard when the suggestion to eliminate the ER was made but Bailey spoke up, saying, “"Unless you have a better idea, why don't you just sit there and listen to what she has to say?" This prompts Derek and April to take up the challenge. They are looking for ways to save the hospital on their own.
Cristina has a patient who needs a blood transfusion but the parents, due to personal or religious beliefs refuse. Without the blood, the patient will die. Cristina struggles with accepting the wishes of the parents, knowing she will lose her patient.
In the last episode, Arizona faced phantom limb, a phenomenon that afflicts those who’ve lost a limb with pain where the missing limb should be. This week she must help a patient of her own with similar issues.
The promo also suggests that something may be wrong with Meredith’s pregnancy. When Bailey asks if she’s okay, Meredith replies, “Something’s not right.” Of course, it could be the way the promo is edited so we’ll have to tune in to find out.
Episode 13 of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Bad Blood,” airs on Thursday, January 31 at 9 p.m. EST on ABC.
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