Grey's Anatomy Round Table: "Go It Alone"

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Welcome back to the TV Fanatic Grey's Anatomy Round Table!

Our review broke down Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 20, "Go It Alone," in detail. Now Christina Tran and Steve Marsi, along with Jarrod Mitchell, are back for a Q&A.

Read their answers to the questions and weigh in with yours!


What was your favorite quote or scene from Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 20?

Christina: I loved that Owen and Meredith were there at the awards ceremony to support Cristina. Win or lose, it’s always great to have your biggest fans along for the ride.

Jarrod: Probably the argument between Jackson and April. I like them as a pairing, but it's about time they talked about their values which has been one of the biggest problems since they started.

Steve: I agree with Christina. Longtime fans of the show had to appreciate that, no matter how great their disappointment was for Yang.

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On a scale of 1-5, how surprised were you that Cristina did not win the Harper Avery Award? We all predicted she would in last week’s Round Table.

Christina: 5! As I mentioned in my review, I was utterly shocked and disappointed.

Jarrod: 4. I wanted her to win and I honestly thought she would, but Shonda can never let dreams come true so soon for her characters.

Steve: 5, although as Jarrod said, perhaps it should have been 1. Or at least 2-3. With the benefit of hindsight, it's a twist that could lead a number of interesting directions for the character and isn't as crazy as it felt when we first gasped at the fact that she lost.

April ended up on Calzona’s doorstep after a very intense fight with Jackson. Does their marriage stand a chance?

Christina: I hope not. Faith is a huge issue and it better not just be brushed under a rug so easily. Simply put, I don’t think it’s going to work out.

Jarrod: I understood both perspectives, but it's a huge thing for them. April's religion might be her faith in God, but Jackson's religion is faith in science. They both look to the future based on the faith on both of those, so I think it's about empathizing and communicating with one another about what's important in their future.

Steve: It does stand a chance, but this is a big issue and people don't change. They can compromise and grow together, but even that's going to be a challenge in this case.

There are less than a handful of installments left in Grey’s Anatomy Season 10. What’s the one thing you’re most looking forward to?

Christina: I want to see more scenes with Cristina, Meredith and Alex. It isn’t too much to ask, is it?

Jarrod: I'm with Christina on this. I need to see the original trio together again for a while before they're down to two. I'm also excited for some Amelia and Burke.

Steve: A proper exit for Cristina. Resolution for Japril, Jolex and Calzona that isn't dragged out just to keep us guessing. More MerDer.

Fill in the blank: The '80s covers have been ________.

Christina: Awesome!

Jarrod: Thrilling!

Steve: Rockin'.


Let's just say in our eyes Cristina DID WIN!


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There is no such thing as "faith in science." Faith is believing in the unseen and is all about testing and seeing for yourself. There is no such thing as having faith in facts.


I believe she didn't win because the Harper Avery foundation now owns their hospital, for anyone to win from that hospital now would be a "conflict of interest' maybe 1 of the reason why ultimately Cristina leaves? What do you think?

@ Melissa

Yes @Melissa and Cristina Yang is a board member .... so it all makes sense as to why she wasn't elected ~ ethics must always come first ~

@ MissRozie

Except I just thought after hitting the send button, then why would she even be up for the award to begin with? Always something to think & wonder about - :-)

@ Melissa

Very keen observation!

@ Melissa

Yes I thought that as well it would look like favoritism and damage the reputation of the award and the Avery foundation.

@ Melissa

That's an excellent theory!

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