Grey's Anatomy Season 9 Premiere to Be Titled ...

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The Grey's Anatomy Season 9 premiere has a title, and it's an ominous one. While the meaning of the September 27 episode's name will be subject to interpretation, it's hard to get warm, fuzzy feelings about ...

"Going Going Gone."

Doc Sloan

Obviously, our first thought is that with Eric Dane only be returning for two episodes this fall, the title hints at Mark's exit. It's unclear if Mark dies or not, but he will be moving on one way or the other.

The death of Lexie and departure of Teddy are still fresh too, of course, so it would be a reference to them as well. In any case, when Grey's Anatomy Season 9 begins, things will be a lot different.

“When we start the season, we are ahead enough in time where we see the outcome of lots of things. And in the second episode, there’s rewind ... to where they’re still in the forest,” creator Shonda Rhimes said.

What's your interpretation of the season premiere title?

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