Three More Grey's Anatomy Sneak Previews For Thursday

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In the first two sneak previews for this week's Grey's Anatomy, the focus was definitely on Izzie's return to Seattle - and the aftermath of Alex's hookup with Lexie.

Now, three more clips from "I Like You So Much Better When You're Naked" have been released, giving us a peek at two of the episode's other ongoing story lines.

In the clip below, Teddy and Cristina talk about her startling statement last week, in which she apparently offered to trade Owen like a commodity for cardio glory:

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Follow the jump for two more sneak previews from the episode. The Chief's drinking is about to become a bigger issue now that Derek knows it (thanks to Mer).

But how will the Chief react? See below and comment ...

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What do you think of these new Grey's Anatomy clips? Will Derek make Richard step down as Chief? Will Teddy tell Owen what Cristina said?

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Someone PLEASE tell me what's going on with Izzy? Is she coming or going?


I loved Kim Raven in "Third Watch" and she is amazing as Teddy. I'm glad that she is staying on. Love seeing Molly Price in Private Practice last week - she was one of my favorites in "Third Watch" also. Shondra, please give us more episodes where one character is profiled. "Third Watch used to do that and I really enjoyed getting to know the characters. I know a flashback is being done about Ellis and Richard. But, what about all the other characters - what happened to Meredith, Cristina, Alex, Callie, etc., before they all got to Seattle Grace?


MerDer's arguement didn't threaten their relationship, and they were able to make up, sorry makeout asap. That's :))) What's Reed's first name plz? Funny that Der called Mer by her name and not dr Grey when he organised the docs when the quarter back arrived


I cannot get enough of that second clip!!!


In preview with Cristina and Teddy, I think it's really starting to hit home how much cardio means to Cristina. Her character has always been on of my favorites (next to Mer) because she was always the Nazi 2.0, the robot, and always, it seemed, to maintain a strict division between her profesional and presonal goals prior to her residency. Now, especially post-Burke, it's been this trying journey to maintain being the job vs. life. Burke certainly pushed her emotional capacity, but I think it's Owen that's really got to explore her human side. Burke was always flawless from the start, but Owen was broken coming in. In a lot of ways, Cristina and Owen are emotionally parallel: suppressing and shunting off the emotion to do the job, whether that was in the OR or in Iraq. Unlike Burke, she can't "learn" and "be pushed" with Owen because he isn't a cardio god. So I think Cristina's attachment to Owen is purely emotional; with Marlowe and with Burke, I think her emotions were secondary to the knowledge and skills aspect: being their bf seemed more burden to Cris. With Owen, it's all emotion, which is new for Cristina. Now when faced with her career and her love, Cristina's has always defaulted to her career, and I think maybe that confession in the courtyard was knee-jerk reaction rather that her really meaning it the way it sounded. I think Cristina's challenge in "growing up" is finding a balance to satisfy her cardio-needs and her love with Owen.


I honeslty don't believe that the smile was to signify that Mer was submissive; if anything, it showed anything but. To me, that smile was a victory-dance. She won the argument. She knew it. He knew it. And frankly, it is "in-character" for Mer not to get angry at least since season 5. Like she told Alex, she grew up and got married. She got all whole and healed. The days of getting angry and hitting tequila are over. It's very much "in-character" for Mer to go to bat for her friends, whom now include the Chief. Like her namesake, Mer has always been the "grey" to Derek's black and white: it's the main reason Mrs. Shepherd approved of Mer to begin with. I honestly hope nothing too bad goes with the Chief: I enjoy Pickens as part of the regular cast, even if his character is no longer the patriarchal authority of SG(MW)H. I can't wait to see what unfolds. Only 13 more episodes until the season's over. In AZ's words, "yay".


Haha, Mer a submissive wife. Good one. I think Mer came out honestly and made a good argument to the always black and white Derek. I'm so excited to see what happens to the Chief. In the CTV promo, Derek tells something to Bailey, so it seems she is the one that he spills the secret to. How will they get the Chief to step down?


I don't care what the fight between Mer and Der is about all I care is that they are having a mature argument, and that is something different for them.


@ soso Yeah. I read about that too. Teddy no longer wants Cristina in her service in the episode after this week. We don't know what would really happen in that. It's easy to speculate if we know what happens in this week's episode. @ nat I agree. Teddy and Cristina have a great dynamic between them. I am excited what's in store for the both of them.


I really love the dynamics between Teddy and Christina. They've got great chemistry.
And the second clip was dreamy!!!!

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