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Preview Clip of Season 9, Episode 22: Arizona's Awkward Encounter

Credit: ABC © 2013 Disney ABC Television Group

Grey's Anatomy Season 9, Episode 22: "Do You Believe in Magic?" (May 2, 2013) is the final episode before the two part Season 9 finale, and based on this sneak peek, it looks like there's drama in store for Arizona (Jessica Capshaw).

In this clip, Jackson "introduces" Arizona to a specialist, played by Hilarie Burton. Hilarie's at Grey Sloan Memorial to help with an intense case involving a baby whose brain is on the outside, but it's her relationship with Arizona that piques our interest.  

When Arizona first walks in, Hilarie's character says "Arizona" with a tone of pleased recognition. When Jackson asks if they know each other Hilarie's character says "yeah" happily, but Arizona quickly says "no." Arizona clarifies that they "met briefly," while Hilarie's character awkwardly says, "we had ... coffee."

So ... they totally went on a date in the past, right? And maybe even have a sexual history? That's our guess, anyway. Could get interesting!

Here's the official synopsis of the episode:

The doctors reach out to Bailey but she continues to shut everyone out; after an incident with Ethan's grandmother, Owen fears the child could end up in foster care; and a new craniofacial specialist (Hilarie Burton) arrives at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital to work on a young patient; meanwhile, a magician's assistant is rushed into the ER after a magic trick goes terribly wrong.

For more Grey’s spoilers, click here.

Catch the next new episode on Thursday, May 2, 2013, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaDMartin.

 

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