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'Grey's Anatomy': How does Cristina Yang leave show? Exit painful for colleagues

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Fans of “Grey’s Anatomy” will be shedding tears when Dr. Cristina Yang leaves on the final episode of season 10 of the show. The actress, Sandra Oh, has offered up her best performances over the years and the fans love her character as well. There have been a number of rumors on how this character will leave and the painful exit will start this week. According to WetPaint on Monday, the viewers should take note on how she is taking the decision to move on with a calmness while her colleagues appear worried.

While Dr. Yang focuses on interviewing someone to lead cardiothoracics for the hospital, it is Dr. Meredith Grey who believes that there is something strange about the situation. Always one to question how things go, Dr. Grey believes that Dr. Owen Hunt has something else going on besides asking Dr. Yang for help and she has intentions to find out why he is making Yang do the extra work. There seems to be a realization for Dr. Grey that offers her a painful emotional thought that her friend might not return to the hospital.

In the past some of the “Grey’s Anatomy” cast members left the show in a violent end, but it appears that Sandra Oh’s character isn't going that way. Instead there is an epic sendoff that allows the character to say goodbye to the fans. It appears to be a happy resolution for where Dr. Cristina Yang is off to next and the decision to get her affairs in order has started so she can exit the show.

While on the show Dr. Cristina Yang is getting ready to say goodbye, so are the fans. E! Online reported on Wednesday that the character was being honored by the fans with a very cool tribute video of the friendship between Meredith and Cristina. Leaving such a strong impression on the fans people are honoring the actress who has been on the show from the start.

“Grey’s Anatomy” airs on Thursday at 9 p.m. on ABC.

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