When episode 16 of “Grey’s Anatomy” wrapped last week, the doctors of Seattle Grace-Mercy West could finally rest easy. The hospital had a buyer. What happens now is a question Wetpaint tried to answer on Feb. 24 with its spoiler report. Stop reading now if you don’t really want to know!
The synopsis from ABC says: "Discord and chaos created by new management causes one doctor to question his future at Seattle Grace." It also mentions "the doctors and interns juggle multiple transplant surgeries simultaneously."
If you’ve been following along, then you know that last week, Jackson’s mom, Catherin Avery, bought the hospital for the Harper Avery Foundation and put Jackson on the hospital’s board. It would be easy to see why Jackson might be the doctor feeling some discord. Never on the best terms with his mother or his legacy, the position will put him at odds with his coworkers no doubt and probably keep him tied up doing things other than doctoring.
There is certainly any number of other possibilities as to who the doctor with the discord might be. Owen may find himself on the outs with the board because of his actions regarding the Pegasus sale. Richard and Catherine have been slowly building a relationship that might become uncomfortable now that Jackson is Richard’s boss. Derek may be unhappy being in an administrative role once again. Even Alex comes to mind since he’s sort of left out from the core group that owns the hospital.
Meanwhile the interns and attending doctors will be dealing with some different chaos as they contend with multiple, simultaneous transplant surgeries.
Tune in for episode 17, “Transplant Wasteland” on “Grey’s Anatomy.”
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