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Grey’s Anatomy Season 9, Episode 19 Sneak Peek: Meredith Takes Sarah Chalke’s Son’s Case to Heart

There are some cases that even the talented Grey’s Anatomy doctors can’t solve, and in Season 9, Episode 19: “Can’t Fight This Feeling,” one little boy’s mysterious illness has everyone stumped.

Though it would typically be a peds case, a surprising doc steps up and takes the case to heart: Meredith Grey. Yes, you read that right — Mer is not dark and twisty anymore, instead letting her pregnancy hormones (and general motherly instincts) take over when guest star Sarah Chalke questions all the things that could be wrong with her son.

In the sneak peek above, Sarah says, “I know this must be so annoying for you, I mean, I know I know nothing, but I did all this research,” and Meredith quickly responds, “No, not at all. Let’s go through it, please.”

Meredith proceeds to listen and debunk all of the conditions thrown at her — something we saw Cristina and Alex do for her last week — including a big one: Lupus.

“Are you sure it’s not Lupus?” Sarah asks, to which Mer responds, “He doesn’t fit the criteria and the rash was quite different.” Plus, as we know from House, it’s never Lupus.

After running through a few conditions, the most surprising conversation happens. “I know that you’re a surgeon and you don’t normally handle cases like this...” Sarah starts to say, but Meredith has a quick reaction for that, too: “I own the hospital and I can do whatever I want. I want to do some more tests.”

Get it, Meredith! Are you surprised that she’s taking this case so personally? Watch the clip, and then sound off below.

Catch the next new episode of Grey’s Anatomy on Thursday, March 28, 2013, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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