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Grey’s Anatomy Season 10, Episode 19 Spoilers: What to Expect From “I’m Winning”

Grey's Anatomy Season 10, Episode 19 is called "I'm Winning," and Cristina (Sandra Oh) is definitely winning this week in fact, she's nominated for the coveted Harper Avery award! We guess it's only appropriate that her on-screen love, Kevin McKidd (Owen Hunt) is directing the episode.

Other than that bit of good news, what else can we expect from tomorrow's episode? We've gathered all of the most interesting info about it right here.

The Official Synopsis

Let's start with the official synopsis of the episode:

Cristina is nominated for a Harper Avery, and although most of her fellow doctors are ecstatic, she won’t let herself get too excited. Bailey [Chandra Wilson] continues to work on a young boy without an immune system. Alex [Justin Chambers] thinks about making a change; Callie [Sara Ramirez] and Derek [Patrick Dempsey] work with a machine that recognizes emotions. Meanwhile, Richard [James Pickens Jr.] gives the residents a pep talk about the exciting projects going on around the hospital.

After last week, we assume the change Alex is contemplating is moving into the private sector for the big paycheck and nice perks. It does seem like a smart move on a lot of levels, but could he really leave Gray Sloan Memorial?

More Braden Drama

Last week we were introduced to Braden, the adorable kid who might be forced to live in isolation because of his lack of immune system. As the synopsis says, we'll see more of Braden this week, and in this sneak peek, he bursts out of his isolation chamber.

This plotline is stressing us out already!

Are you looking forward to this episode? Let us know in the comments below!

Catch this episode tomorrow, Thursday, April 10 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!