It's hard to believe that there are only three episodes left in Grey's Anatomy Season 10.
Actually, up until Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 21, I found it even harder to believe that we'd soon be bidding farewell to Dr. Cristina Yang.
When she didn't win the Harper Avery Award, I was disappointed and just didn't understand what Shonda and company were doing. Now, I completely get it.
According to Catherine Avery, we found out that Cristina could never win the award because the Harper Avery Foundation co-owns the hospital where Yang works. I have to take a moment to give credit to those who left comments recently nailing this reasoning. Good call!
When Cristina found out that she actually received the most votes and should have won, I couldn't help but feel crushed for her. Stupid politics! Although I'm not entirely ready, I am keenly interested in the final installments as we inch closer to saying goodbye to Dr. Yang.
While we hardly saw much of Amelia, it was nice to have her around her again. She's engaged! Aunt Amelia wanted to pay a visit to see what life with kids and careers was like. I hope to see a bit more of her spending time with her niece and nephew, but I also am looking forward to her hopefully teaming up with her sibling in the OR.
Meanwhile, Japril's issues are hardly over. Now, April is pregnant. Since their marriage, nothing has come easy for these two. In real life, marriage isn't easy either, but I feel like it's always one thing after another for Japril. Quite frankly, that is tiresome. Do you think they'll survive?
And call me crazy, but doesn't nearly every other doctor already have kids on the show? In fact, Calzona is trying as I type. With so many babies, I have to ask: what's in the water at GSMH?!?
I have really appreciated the continuation of both the bubble boy and family with heart complications storylines.
While the young boy picked up a viral infection despite being isolated at the hospital, Bailey clearly was contemplating making a very risky decision by wanting to inject the boy with a deactivated HIV virus - regardless of the young boy's parents' change in heart. There's no way this ends well for Bailey.
As for the family with the three children and their mysterious heart issues, Dr. Yang tried her best to make the right decision when the parents couldn't decide which daughter to pick and save. It was heartbreaking and I couldn't imagine ever having to make that choice.
Unfortunately, one of the daughter's died as her overall health was deteriorating.
Finally, I'm a little wary about Jackson's report about what research will be cut soon. Moreover, why is Meredith's research on the back burner now?
- I loved how Meredith totally had Cristina's back. From scolding April for being an Avery to telling Jackson off about the Harper Avery Foundation, she was awesome.
- I was surprised when Richard told Catherine that he had traveled a long way to see her because he was intending on proposing. Will this still happen?! Missed opportunity: seeing Richard possibly ask for Jackson's blessing first.
- Alex and Arizona shared some great moments together as he broke the news about his offer at the practice. I'm glad he's taking it.
- I've said it before and I'll say it again: I absolutely love Jolex!
- Don't forget to return next week to chime in on our Grey's Anatomy Round Table.
Overall, "Change of Heart" was solid and I'm stoked for next week's episode as Dr. Preston Burke returns.
What did you think of Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 21?
Here is your first look at Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 12, featuring BURKE'S RETURN: