Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 3 she did cryptically tell Entertainment Weekly that we "will see Jim Pickens again. As for Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), it may have seemed like she was in the clear after the birth of her son Bailey, but Dan Bucatinksy, a "Scandal" star and "Grey's" writer, told TVLine, “She had a rough birth. We’re going to see them in the hospital together and juggling their roles in a major way."
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When cameras first started rolling on the "Grey's" Season 10 premiere, Pompeo herself tweeted that the first episode would make audiences laugh and cry. "We're gonna take you places. I promise," she noted.
The "Grey's" Season 10 premiere will also see three new faces: Veteran actress Veronica Cartwright will appear as will Bobby Campo, from Syfy's "Being Human" and Showtime's upcoming "Masters of Sex," and "Hellcats" alum Heather Hemmens. The latter two will play an engaged couple -- Campo will guest star as a fireman named Brian, and Hemmens will play a police officer named Sasha, both of whom are involved in a disaster in the premiere.
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"Grey's Anatomy" Season 10 premieres Thursday, September 26 at 9 p.m. ET with a two-hour episode.
Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 1 The Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital doctors are faced with the devastation left by the storm. A giant mudslide in Seattle injures a group of first responders and citizens, causing the already shorthanded ER to spring into action. Meanwhile, Meredith is faced with a tough decision that will affect the life of a loved one, Callie is rocked by the reality of Arizona’s infidelity, and Richard’s life is in extreme danger.
Meredith's mother, Ellis Grey, once worked at Seattle Grace hospital, too. She was one of the best surgeons not only there, but anywhere. Growing up, Meredith's mother was not the best mom around by any means, working late and ignoring Meredith. If she wasn't ignoring her, she was scolding her. To top it off, she was having an affair, which Meredith had to keep quiet from her father. This led to a lot of resentment and anger toward her mother, which didn't go away, even when she became sick with Alzheimer's disease. The illness did not stop her mother from treating her the same way she always had.
Despite the anger at her mother, Meredith did go on to follow in her footsteps, attending medical school and wanting to become a doctor, even working at the very same hospital her mother did. Her mom may have b