Any diehard fan of “Grey’s Anatomy” knows that when season 10 returns, Derek and Meredith are going to be ‘the talk.” When we left them, Derek had turned down an opportunity to be part of a prestigious study in order to honor his commitment to Meredith. A certain phone call has probably made that all change. On Jan. 28, Wetpaint explored the possibilities.
Even though Meredith and Derek have been having a wonderful time relationship-wise, things don’t generally stay that way long for the doctors and staff at Grey Sloane Memorial Hospital.
That certain phone call came from the President of the United States and as friend and Chief of Staff Own Hunt said to Derek, when the president calls, you don’t say no.
Sarah drew who plays April Kepner on the show said "Everything kind of gets turned upside down emotionally because of the president’s phone call to Derek. All kinds of things get messed up because of that phone call.”
That sounds pretty much like Derek will be saying yes to the prez. Even if he did say no, the couple will still talk about it and that by itself is sure to cause some drama. If he agreed to the brain mapping project, he would have to leave the work he is doing with Callie. It would probably also have a negative effect on Meredith’s ability to pursue her research. On the other hand, Meredith could upset with him for turning down such a prestigious offer even though she would have to sacrifice her career to support him. This really could go in one of many directions.
At least Meredith and Christina have made up. Did you miss that part? According to show creator Shonda Rhimes, the blowout the 2 BFFs had while dressing for April’s wedding was really them making up. Whether or not they are completely back to normal remains to be seen.
What do you think will happen with Meredith and Derek when “Grey’s Anatomy” returns on Thursday, Feb. 27?
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