Jesse Williams Speaks on Remaining Grey's Anatomy Episodes

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At the MTV Tr3s Rock N Gol Taping recently, new Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams was asked about what's still to come on the remaining episodes of Season Six.

While he didn't offer too much in the way of Grey's Anatomy spoilers to really sink our teeth into, he was very high on the show in general. This quote stood out:

"Regardless of whether you watch the show, the last four episodes will be the most compelling TV you've seen in a long time ... it's really out of the box."

We certainly hope he's right!

Check out this three-minute interview with Jesse, in which he also dishes on his eyes (they had to ask), his athletic skills (or lack thereof) and his friend Rihanna ...

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