Grey's Anatomy Spoilers: Bombshells, Secrets and A Devastating Diagnosis

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Grey's Anatomy is taking a week off. There is no new episode tonight.

But don't fret, TV Fanatics. You're gonna need some time to prepare yourself for what's on tap.

ABC has released the official descriptions for Grey's Anatomy Season 11 Episode 6, Episode 7 and Episode 8. 

These will take fans up through the winter finale and include major drama both at home and at the hospital. Including another big fight between Meredith and Derek.

Consider yourself SPOILER WARNED and scrolled down for a look at what's to come on Grey's Anatomy Season 11:

November 6, “Don’t Let’s Start” – Owen becomes invested in a patient when he realizes she may have served in the military; April’s mother (Connie Ray) pays her daughter a visit and bonds with Jackson; and Derek plans a family dinner. Meanwhile, a patient’s diagnosis causes Bailey to reconsider her own health issues and Dr. Herman drops a bombshell on Arizona.

November 13, Grey's Anatomy Season 11 Episode 7,“Can We Start Again Please?” - Secrets about Amelia’s past addictions come to light and cause problems for her at the hospital; Bailey oversees Jo’s first solo surgery; and Arizona must make an executive decision in Dr. Herman’s absence. Meanwhile the doctors spring into action when a couple arrives at the emergency room after escaping a fire.

November 20, Grey's Anatomy Season 11 Episode 8, “Risk” (Winter Finale) - Maggie and Meredith disagree with Derek about the best way to approach a patient’s case, which leads to a bigger argument between the couple. Meanwhile, Callie feels responsible when one of her veterans is pushed too far and one doctor’s routine procedure results in a devastating diagnosis.

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Grey's Anatomy Season 11 Episode 6 Quotes

Zola needs more black people in her family because I'm running out of ways to braid her hair and Bailey won't show me anymore.


You gave what you had to give. You served.