There are only a few episodes left before season 10 of “Grey’s Anatomy comes to an end. With the imminent departure of Sandra Oh drawing close, these final episodes are near and dear to every “Grey’s’ fan. Thankfully, Wetpaint shared the titles on April 7 of the next 2 episodes for season 10 of everyone’s favorite hospital drama.
Episode 20 is titled “Go It Alone.” The episode is named after a Beck song about someone leaving, and in so doing, leaving no traces that they were ever there. That would seem to point to Cristina’s departure but we have also learned that interns Shane Ross (Gaius Charles) and Leah (Tessa Ferrer) will also be leaving by the end of the season.
Here is the synopsis for the episode as posted on The Christian Post:
“Cristina enlists Meredith to help her prepare an acceptance speech for her possible Harper Avery win and while Owen offers to attend the ceremony with her, she insists on going alone. Meanwhile, Derek feels overwhelmed between his responsibilities at home and at the hospital. April and Jackson come to a disagreement on children and religion, and Callie and Arizona try to reconnect in their marriage."
Episode 21 is titled “Change of Heart,” and is named after a Cyndi Lauper song. There is no telling what this means. It could have to do with Cristina’s decision to leave or rumors that Alex Karev may leave the hospital in favor of entering private practice. When you factor in the name of the next episode, though, “We Are Never Getting Back Together,” it sounds more like an emotional or relationship-type change of heart. Might it have to do with Cristina and Owen? Is there a teary farewell in store?
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