Grey's Anatomy Season 10, Episode 8 was fittingly titled — there were a few different instances of "Two Against One."

We totally knew Cristina (Sandra Oh) would co-opt Meredith's (Ellen Pompeo) 3D printer for her patient as soon as she asks Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) probing questions about it. We weren't even thrown when she tells Shane that they can't disrupt Mer's work. Sure enough, Mer comes back later that night to catch Shane and Cristina redhanded. Two against one.

What the heck is up with Bailey (Chandra Wilson)? She's obsessive, yes, but aggressively so. ("Re-scrub, Wilson. Re-scrub!") Ben (Jason George), meanwhile, is stuck in the uncomfortable position of having to side his wife in her argument with Jo (Camilla Luddington) when he clearly doesn't agree with her. Two against one.

Even though Mer is clearly stymied by the two-challenge rule that Richard (James Pickens Jr.) suggests and Stephanie enforces, we think it actually makes a lot of sense. Just think of all the OR drama that could have been avoided in previous seasons if this system were in place sooner. Wait — never mind. We like drama. But yes, two against one.

How smart is Emma to stay the hell away from Grey Sloan Memorial? Run, little girl. Run as fast as your legs can carry you away from this place of gossip, heartbreak, and death! Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Callie (Sara Ramirez) are both eager to recruit her, but Emma is refusing the job offer. Two against one.

By the way, Is it just us, or did these episode have an overwhelming about of medical jargon? It's almost like, OK, Grey's, we get it — you know your medicine! No need to show off.

Those are our two cents, but what did you think of tonight's installment? Rate the episode below.


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