Tonight's Episode Preview: Oh, The Guilt

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Guilt, like many other emotions, is in no short supply at Seattle Grace Hospital. Any viewer knows that. The only question is whose guilt, new or old, will resonate with us the most during tonight's episode.

There's not a lot of speculation floating around about this one, and the previews shown at the end of "What I Am" weren't particularly revealing.

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Here are four things we've discerned:
  1. Dr. Bailey must treat a young mother battling breast cancer. That's sure to hit close to home with Miranda, who just became a mother herself.
  2. A recovering Meredith and her new BFF, Addison, examine a couple who find themselves in an awkward position.
  3. The interns defend a resident's competence at a staff meeting. We're guessing this involves the case of Denny Duquette.
  4. Derek learns more about Mark and Addison's relationship. Certainly the most intriguing development hinted at in previews.

There's clearly more to the romance between Addison and McSteamy than Derek knows -- or is willing to accept. Was she cheating on him long before the night he walked in on them? Did Addison continue to see Mark after Derek left? Finn may be ancient history, but will these revelations in any way thwart Derek's pursuit of Meredith?

Well, it will be interesting to find out, that's for sure. And once we do, the Insider will post its comprehensive episode guide, along with as many quotes and pictures as we can find. We'll also compile a list of the music from the episode, post our Round Table discussion and announce our Caption Contest winner on Friday.

Looking forward to it!

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omg i really liked this episode, the thing w/ the couple was weird!!! i can't wait for next week!! izzy's coming back yeah!!!


anybody know the quote meredith said at the end?


can you tell me who played the mother with breast cancer. Ive been looking online and I cant find it and its driving me bonkers. I know her face, but cant figure out who she is.


I am trying to be patient but Derek is about to drive me crazy. I wish he would quit listening to everyone else and follow his heart. If he and Meredith would just learn to be honest with each other that would help.


oh goodness. can't wait until tonight! it better be a good one .. cause i'm ready for my grey's! it's a growing addiction and i kinda love it. ♥ but hopefully the meredith and derek thing will work out this time. i just love them together. as well as addison and mark, callie and george, burke and cristina, and i really do love izzie and alex together. he's matured so much since last season, well, it seems like he has from the first few episodes anyway. i'll be sure to check back up and see the photos and quotes when it's done. bye loves


I can't wait! I'm so glad she got rid of Finn, but Derek better act right this time!


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