Grey's Anatomy Photo Preview: "Suddenly"

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Grey's Anatomy returns Thursday, January 5 with a brand-new episode, "Suddenly."

The medical drama of the night comes after a severe car crash involving an entire family results in an all-hands-on deck situation in the ER, and leaves the eldest daughter to make the toughest decision of her life.

Meanwhile, Teddy is still in the dark about Henry's death, and calls upon Cristina to help with her patient in the O.R., and Lexie finds herself working alongside Mark's new girlfriend, Julia, on an eye surgery.

Very interesting. How do you think it will play out with Teddy, and with the women in Mark's life? Click to enlarge photos from the episode below, then sound off with your comments, thoughts and predictions:

Derek and Julia
Charts Tell the Story
Seeking Help at SGMWH
Fighting For Their Lives
Now That is a Handsome Fella
Eye Surgery Patient
Lexie With Bangs
The Doctors at Work
Mark's Girlfriend Julia
Lexie and Julia
Meredith Talks Things Over
Patient Relations

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I guess Alex & Meredith are okay seeing how they look fine in the pictures!


Nice pics.Thanks! may be Christina will be the one who is going to break the news to Teddy about her husband- she is pretty good at that- remember when she told Alex and Baily about Izzie or more recently she took Meredith out of groundbreaking surgery because Zola was in the hospital. And she will do it suddenly-may be Owen won't have the time to warn her that Teddy doesn't know yet about Henry and she will just spill the beans starting with 'I'm sorry, I did everything I could'. I hope Lexie will behave more mature and handle the Julia situation like a grownup. I am wondering what is gonna happen with Torres and Avery


The photos are great and all, but I'd rather see a promo. I wish ABC would hurry up!

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Grey's Anatomy Season 8 Episode 10 Quotes

I need another me and Cristina is the closes thing. Don't tell her I said that.


Victims of a sudden impact are some of the hardest to treat. It's not just the collision that injures them, it's everything after.