A Second Death to Come Thursday?

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After last week's shocking ending, Grey's Anatomy fans are understandably desperate to learn the fate of Meredith Grey.

A Second Death to Come Thursday?
Will she be revived despite her dangerously low body temperatures, or will she, Denny and Dylan have an eternity to get better acquainted? Will the Seattle Grace world return to normal next Thursday night, or will the show have to be renamed Yang's Anatomy?

Meredith is dead. Shonda Rhimes says she doesn't play by the rules, and backed up that statement by killing the show's title character. However, the door was clearly left open for Dr. Grey to be revived, and many of us remain optimistic that it will happen.

In fact, it's practically spelled out for us in the title of the February 22 episode, "Some Kind of Miracle." At the same time, ABC and a number of other sources have tried to play down this angle by pointing out that at the end of "Some Kind of Miracle," somebody is going to be dead.

But will it be Meredith Grey?

Inside sources such as Kristin Veitch at E! Online (who accurately outlined the return of Denny Duquette) and Michael Ausiello at TV Guide believe it won't be. The death that sticks will probably be that of another character.

Mer's mother, Dr. Ellis Grey, who we listed at the top of our official Grey's Anatomy Death Watch odds from last week, seems like a strong candidate, with major surgery on the horizon especially.

Still, there's plenty of speculation that it's one of the principal cast members who passes on. Spoilers only tell you so much, and after last week's "Drowning On Dry Land," we wouldn't put anything past the producers. We'll have to wait and see what happens Thursday to know for sure.

McDreamy Tries to Revive Meredith

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Here's the truth. Ellis Dies. Not Meredith. End of story. Good bye, Ellis.


Thank you to the architects of Greys Anatomy for not destroying our house. We were watching, and waiting to see if you care less about what your loyal viwers think, and it appears like you do. Right now we are breathing but we still need to be completely assured that Meredith is not going to die ( permanently) and that she will continue to recover until to her old self, and that McDreamy will have the opportunity to shower her and the viewers with the debt of his emotions and whatever it takes to get things going great. It is also great to see that there is something strong that will happen between Kristina and Dr. Burk. I was sorry for the head doctor, but Dr. Grey ( mother) is not too useful to him or to any one other than make Meredeth miserable and remind the head doctor of what could have been. Can you believe that the best part of thr night was the close encounter between Izzie and Danny, the dead fiancee. This seems so real, and it appears like some dead people have been interacting with the architects of Grays Anatomy.....
Why , because , this is exactly what people like me believe that life after death is like. That the dead loved ones are still around and that they see us and we do not always see them and that sometimes, we can actually see them slightly and feel them only to start wondering if we really saw them. I am certain because sometimes, I feel my mom who is still in the mortuary as we speak, I feel her looking at me, or touch me slighly, and it brings out all the mixed feelings... + gratitude for that presence. This became the most memorable part of the night because I have assumed that Greys Anatomy architects are not stupid, or non challant and that it is a given, that Meredeth will live, or has to live. I was ready to jump sheep and permanently forget about this show if you had killed her. I hope you are not going to permanently kill her down the line... for if you do, ABC Station will not be turned on on my TV Thank you for caring about your loyal fans. Verra


Well Shell, we were all right to begin with. Ellis was the logical one to die and in fact she did. I am thrilled that Burke is alive and well and that Cristiina confirmed they are getting married. Hooray! They can do their hiatus now if they want. At least we all of the primary characters will be there when they get back after March madness.


I love Grey's Anatomy.
I love MerDer too.
I've actually read some spoilers about Ellis dying and they use her organs for meredith.
And she survives. A lot of people have confimed it, but we will have to wait until tonight.
only 3 hours 45 minutes!


I'd be kind of pleased if Meredith died. I find her annoying and not as witty and quirky as I think she is supposed to be. I'm really in it for Izzie.


I have a speculation that something will happen to Doctor Addison because I heard through the radio that she is leaving the show. We will see tonight for sure!


Meredith absolutly cannot die...I most deffinatly wouldn't watch the show as much as I do now....I don't miss an episode...


I hope mer make's it she is the biggest part of the show.I think her mother should be the one she always talking bad to her.i hpoe that non of the major player go if they go specially MER THAT'S THE END FOR ME .my grandson is only 7 he love that show.So who's it gonna be.We'll know tonight want we.

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