Why Isn't Bailey the New Chief on Grey's Anatomy?

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What effect will the surprising revelation that Owen will soon become the new chief on Grey's Anatomy have on Bailey, long believed to be Richard's future replacement?

Kevin McKidd thinks she's more disappointed in Richard than anything.

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Of course, "Her anger with the Chief for resigning is all dumped on Owen," the actor who plays the new chief, Kevin McKidd, tells TV Guide. "She has to respect his decision."

"He feels it's time to retire and to hand over that power to somebody else."

"Maybe she is upset that it isn't her that's Chief, but I think it's more to do with her anger at Webber because she's going to miss him."

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