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‘Grey's Anatomy’ season 10 spoilers: Why does Jo hate Shane?

‘Grey's Anatomy’ season 10 spoilers: Why does Jo hate Shane?
‘Grey's Anatomy’ season 10 spoilers: Why does Jo hate Shane?
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“Grey’s Anatomy” fans have about a month to go before the show returns from its winter hiatus. The midseason finale was a biggie and left us hanging on several counts. One of the spoilers we hadn’t expected (until now!) was that we would discover that Jo will passionately hate someone on the show, according to a Jan. 29 post on K-Pop Starz. Who could it be? We’re going to tell you so read on only if you want to know this spoiler.

One of the big cliffhangers from the midseason finale was the fate of Alex’s dad Jimmy, who underwent emergency surgery at the hands of Shane because all the other doctors were attending the wedding of April and Matthew. We know from other spoilers that Jimmy isn’t in good shape.

The winter premiere, entitled “Take It Back,” will pick up where it left off right after the wedding. Alex will have learned about his dad’s condition and Jo will be a rock of support for him.

Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo, told TV "He’s [Alex] distraught by it. And she’s there for him. And she’s also ready to go [toe-to-toe] with Shane. She hates Shane. She’s not for him staying at the hospital. So you see her get closer to Alex through that.”

Sarah Drew, who plays April, has also told us that “We pick up moments after where we left off, and we will know who April has chosen right off the bat. No matter whom she chose, people are going to be murmuring and gossiping about this forever.”

It looks like “Take It Back” is going to tie up many of the loose ends we’re waiting for. Don’t miss the return of “Grey’s Anatomy” on Thursday, Feb. 27.

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