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Grey's Anatomy: Casting for a Detective

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What does Shonda Rhimes have up her creative sleeve for the Grey's Anatomy Season 9 finale?

It's a question many fans have likely been asking themselves for weeks, but the curiosity level may now be at an all-time high after the following casting news hit the Internet:

The ABC drama is seeking a big name to come on board later this spring in the role of a detective.

That Handsome Man

For what possible reason? Your guess is as sound as ours.

But loyal Grey's Anatomy fans are aware that Rhimes goes all out for her season finales (see crash, plane), so we can only imagine how a detective will come into play as Season 9 winds now.

Let the theories fly now!

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Raxxx

Agree with Jarrod Mitchell .. When it comes to Shondaland, expect the unexpected. Last year, Lexie was not even in my list of probable deaths.. i was confuded between Webber and Kepner.. and boom went the staple characters like Lexie and Mark.. May be Sofia and Zola got kidnapped and a detective to find them?

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._. NO SHONDA it better be a GOOD FINALE

Aries93

Shonda is unpredictable, so I'm just going to expect the unexpected.

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I would like to be cast in GA in the unlikely event that you cast the love of my life, so I can be near her at all times. However, as I hate hospitals, I kindly ask you to cast me as an ambulance driver. Ta!

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I would like to cast in GA as a female detective, kindly send plane tickets and an invitation to your studios and I'll be there as soon as possible. P.S. I only have sealed dishes from kraft services, thanku:) x

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