Janora McDuffie to Reprise Social Worker Role on Grey's Anatomy

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Janora McDuffie will return to Grey's Anatomy this fall as the social worker we met at the end of the spring. According to TV Line, she'll appear in the season premiere, then again in October.

Could that mean there's trouble ahead for Meredith, Derek and baby Zola?

Here's McDuffie in one of the many season premiere photos released by ABC last week. Grey's Anatomy is back with a two-hour episode (technically two episodes) September 22:

Der, Mer and Zola

When and if (probably when) Meredith and Derek patch things up remains to be seen, but look for McDreamy to continue to make progress on the long-awaited dream house in the country.

In fact, the fourth episode of the season - the “all boys episode” - finds several of his colleagues lending Dr. Shepherd a hand with construction. Now that's a scene we don't want to miss ...

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I hope they add Janora to the cast. I would love seeing her and Jesse Williams get a sexually intense story line!

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derek luks all fatherly pic.Merder n zola-happy family.just cut out d social worker frm d pic.i cant wait 2 see McHouse.atlast they remembered about it.there was no sign of it in s7.about time

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STAY AWAY FROM ZOLA!

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