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Grey’s Anatomy Season 9, Episode 7 Title Revealed: “I Was Made For [SPOILER]”

Grey's Anatomy’s Patrick Dempsey (Derek Shepherd) is even dreamy on Twitter. Yesterday, during the table read for Season 9, Episode 7, Patrick tweeted a picture of the script, revealing the episode’s title, director and writer. Sometimes, we just want to hug him. (OK, it’s all the time.)

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The episode is directed by Laura Innes, who ER fans will recognize as Dr. Kerry Weaver, and written by Peter Nowalk, whose previous Grey’s credits include Season 5, Episode 16: “An Honest Mistake” among others.

Credit: Patrick Dempsey's Twitter    

Now to the title, “I Was Made For Lovin’ You.” Unexpectedly sweet, right? Do you guys think this title has anything to do with this being the “season of romance”? Or perhaps it has everything to do with Alex (Justin Chambers) and his new love interest.

Is this title the bright light at the end of the tunnel? Could good things actually happen to the docs of Seattle Grace-Mercy West in Episode 7? Will the effects of the plane crash have come to a close by that point?

Of course, there’s always a chance that this title has nothing to do with the docs, and instead is about a particular patient. Or perhaps it has some hidden meaning. We know that’s a pessimistic outlook, but we recently found out that Cristina (Sandra Oh) leaves Seattle, so we’re a little on edge.

Here’s to hoping that this bright-and-shiny title leads to a bright-and-shiny episode!

Grey’s Anatomy Season 9 will premiere on Thursday, September 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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Samantha Highfill is a contributing writer to Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter at @samhighfill.

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