More Grey's Anatomy Sneak Previews: "How Insensitive"

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Thanks to the first sneak preview of this week's Grey's Anatomy, we know what its title, "How Insensitive" refers to. Now, three more just-released sneak peeks give us additional glimpses detailing the action on that and other fronts Thursday night.

In this clip, Richard confronts Derek about balancing priorities as Chief of Surgery. Quite the role reversal here, as for so long it was Derek criticizing Richard.

Now the shoe is on the other foot, and it's not an easy fit ...

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Follow the jump for two more "How Insensitive" sneak peeks, including one in which the team is thrown off by the lack of sensitivity from the patient himself.

Also, Derek confronts Meredith about revealing some critical information to Owen via her facial expressions. What do you think it was that she gave away?

Check out the Grey's Anatomy previews and comment away:

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