Grey's Anatomy Sneak Peek: What's in a Name?

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ABC has released a new sneak peek at Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1.

And it centers on the one thing that may be more painful that childbirth:

Dealing with Catherine Avery!

A New Grandma - Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1

In the following sneak peek, April wakes up after having recently given birth.

She's surprised to find Jackson's mother in the room, cooing and holding her granddaughter.

No big deal there, right?

Nothing wrong with having a little help and definitely nothing wrong with your child being close to her grandmother.

But we all know how Catherine Avery can be, right?

So it's challenging and awkward enough when she insists on hearing the baby's name from April, even if Jackson isn't around at the moment to join in the excitement.

But then it gets REALLY awkward when Catherine gets the impression that the baby is named after her.

April in Bed - Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1

Ummm... no? Sorry? Not exactly?

How does April break this news to her frightening, occasional foe?

In pretty impressive fashion, actually.

She give Catherine the best possible reason for why her grandchild is NOT named Catherine, but does that mean it goes over well?

Or is April about to receive a stare of death?

Check out the following clip and find out.

The Grey's Anatomy Season 13 premiere airs on Thursday, September 22 at 8/7c.

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Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1 Quotes

April: Her name is Harriet.
Catherine: Harriet?
April: Um-hmm
Catherine: Oh, I like it. Tubman.
April: Exactly. Tubman, also The Spy, which is a very good book.

Richard: You drank too much. You screwed up, and now everything is crashing down around you.
Jo: Just go.
Richard: Well you came to the right guy because I have done it more than you ever will, and I can tell you from experience, with a little coffee and sunlight, the troubles will get smaller and the world will keep standing. I promise.