When Grey's Anatomy returns from its long, writers strike-induced hiatus, its first new episode back, on April 24, is titled "Where the Wild Things Are."
Make of that what you will.
We've read a lot of what follows already, but the Chicago Tribune has some interesting Grey's Anatomy spoilers that might be of note to some of you.
Follow the jump to read some of what supposedly transpires in "Where the Wild Things Are" and in the Grey's Anatomy episodes following that...
Our girl Meredith Grey becomes more assertive and grows "very strong" in the first episode back from the strike. She's taking steps to move forward with her life and dealing with the fact that she's no longer with McDreamy.
George and Izzie (Gizzie) come to grips with the realization that they're better off being friends (a realization that has sparked great controversy).
The beautiful Kate Walsh will be back for a guest appearance in the second of the five post-strike episodes of Grey's Anatomy. Her character, Dr. Addison Montgomery, is urgently needed at Seattle Grace to perform a special operation.
Lauren Stamile, a.k.a. Nurse Plot Device, will still be around when Grey's Anatomy returns. And Elizabeth Reaser, who plays the former patient, of Dr. Alex Karev (Justin Chambers), Rebecca/Ava/Jane Doe, will be returning as well.
And the most major Grey's Anatomy news (this is a big spoiler):
For the many Grey's Anatomy fans still deeply invested in the turbulent Meredith-Derek relationship, the couple does get back together "for good" before the end of the current (fourth) season. Dun-dun-dun! You may celebrate at will.