Grey's Anatomy Spoilers: The Future of Izzie and Alex

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If you've watched Grey's Anatomy this season, specifically the past few weeks, you know that the future of Alex and Izzie is very much up in the air. What's next for the married couple?

Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello has some info on that straight from the woman who created Grey's Anatomy. And while cryptic, she's not entirely negative about them ...

Q: Please give us some scoop on Alex and Izzie on Grey’s Anatomy. Is there any good news for them coming up at all? I’m absolutely dying here!

A: My new BFF Shonda Rhimes says there are “some shocking things” in store for the newlyweds during the second half of the current sixth season.

“The next part of [their] journey,” she teases, “is going to be pretty interesting.”

I don’t know about you, but I get a little scared when Shonda throws words around like “pretty” and “interesting.” What do you think this means?

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