15 Snap Reactions to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 13 Episode 20

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15 Snap Reactions to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 13 Episode 20

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15 Snap Reactions to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 13 Episode 20

Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 subjected fans to another plane crisis in the April 13 installment, but after Meredith and Nathan saved the day, she seemingly let go of her tragedy-ridden past and let her romance with him take flight.

We have plenty of thoughts on Episode 20 — read them here!

Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 airs on Thursdays at 8 p.m ET on ABC.

15 Snap Reactions to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 13 Episode 20
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No one should ever follow another person into the airplane lavatory unless that person has given explicit permission. You hear us, Riggs?!

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That said, once it became clear Mer and Nathan’s Mile High Club induction was consensual, we applauded it.

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Then we had the awkward moment Meredith had to tell the next person in line that the lavatory was still occupied, and we loved it. These are the realities of hookups at 36,000 feet, people!

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The airplane turbulence was terrifying. [Googles “What is train travel?”]

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We didn’t need to relive Lexie’s death all over again, but at least Meredith’s plane crash flashbacks got Cristina back on our TV screens.

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ABC kept this episode’s guest star roster under a bushel — the press release didn’t mention we’d see Queer Eye For the Straight Guy alum Jai Rodriguez and Greek’s Spencer Grammer!

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Also, Jai fakes a seizure really well.

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Harrison the Dentist had more game in two minutes with Meredith than Nathan usually has in a whole episode.

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Candice the Flight Attendant flirted better in 30 seconds than Meredith does in a whole season. (In Mer’s defense, it’s been awhile since she has needed to flirt.)

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Between Meredith, Candice, the airline captain, seatmate Ingrid, and even the old lady with the Viagra, the women were the ones who saved that flight and its passengers. Step aside, menfolk.

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And speaking of the patriarchy, that passenger asking Meredith to get him apple juice? No, sir. Meredith responding, “You do realize I’m a doctor”? Yes, ma’am.

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Nathan Riggs is pretty, but he sure doesn’t get sarcasm.

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Derek would have been proud of how Meredith dealt with that brain bleed… on a plane… in turbulent weather… with a cocktail straw. He’s smiling down from the Great Ferry Boat in the Sky.

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No season would be complete without an epic MerDer montage, and this one charted their romantic history in reverse. Is this a sign Mer is putting the past behind her and definitively moving on?

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We’re glad Meredith and Nathan spent the night together in a hotel — hopefully a nice one, per Mer’s request — but we hope this is the end of their will-they-won’t-they waffling.

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Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 subjected fans to another plane crisis in the April 13 installment, but after Meredith and Nathan saved the day, she seemingly let go of her tragedy-ridden past and let her romance with him take flight.

We have plenty of thoughts on Episode 20 — read them here!

Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 airs on Thursdays at 8 p.m ET on ABC.