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Missy Pyle Cast as Bailey's Boss on Grey's Anatomy: Circa 2000!

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Are you ready to meet Bailey's boss on Grey's Anatomy?

No, we don't mean her current boss, The Chief. We mean the boss Miranda Bailey had when the impressionable surgeon first came to Seattle Grace in the early part of the 2000s.

Bailey, who herself went on to become The Nazi as we know, clearly got that from somewhere. Perhaps from Missi Pyle, who has been cast as Miranda's old Seattle Grace boss.


Don't mess with the Nazi ... or the previous Nazi!

Pyle’s appearance comes in a February episode that features several flashbacks to such formative times, including Dr. Richard Webber's infamous affair with Dr. Ellis Grey.

Similarly, viewers will see a younger Bailey (played by the talented Chandra Wilson) get ridden hard by the domineering resident she had to answer to as an intern.

Sounds rough, but at least there's a new love interest waiting for her in the present time this spring. Or so we've been hearing ... and crossing our fingers for. You?

Grey’s Anatomy resumes its sixth season on January 14.

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It's quite obvious that Missi Pyle has been Ellen Pompeo's bitter enemy since LONG before either debuted, and also that Pyle still remains an evil monster, obsessed with and indeed monomaniacal about seeing to it that Pompeo's career, and indeed Pompeo herself, are both finally destroyed forever!!


Love to see more flashback segments like 'Time Warp'. It was done so well. Seattle Grace:Mercy West being a teaching hospital you could do more teaching episodes every second episode or so. And you could use different doctors on staff. Missi Pyle could be a regular in flashback.

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