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Grey's Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy Promo: Season 10, Episode 13 — Stunners and Shockers!

Grey’s Anatomy fans, we have good news and bad news for you.

The bad news? We have two long months to wait until the show returns after its winter hiatus. This can be painful — especially when you consider the epic cliffhanger Grey’s left us with last week.

The good news? The first promo for Season 10, Episode 13 has been released, and while it doesn’t give us any new information — don’t worry, those kind of promos are forthcoming — it does promise that all our questions will be answered.

And we have a lot of questions. Most obviously, does April (Sarah Drew) tell Jackson (Jesse Williams) she loves him too (which she so does) or does the wedding actually happen? Our best guess — read: hope — at this point is that April and Jackson finally get together, because we have been rooting for them since they first hooked up when they were out of town to take their boards last season. Sorry, Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) and Matthew (Justin Bruening)!

We’re also trying to figure out whether or not creator Shonda Rhimes and the powers that be will allow Alex’s (Justin Chambers) dad to live or die. We’ll be honest with you: when we last saw him, it didn’t look good. But anything can happen.

Our next big question is whether or not Derek (Patrick Dempsey) takes the president up on his offer to work on the brain mapping project. If he does, it’s for sure going to cause drama between him and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), especially since she just thanked him profusely for giving her this year to focus on her work. Yikes!

What do you think will happen when Grey’s Anatomy returns? Check out the promo and share your ideas below!

Source: Youtube

12.15.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Nicole Pomarico
Related: Grey's Anatomy, News, Spoilers, Grey's Anatomy Season 10

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