Loosing the Harper Avery award has hit Cristina very hard and no one could understand why she didn’t win and that’s because technically, she did win. Well she had all the votes, but she could never win, because the Harper-Avery foundation owns part of the hospital.
It did cross my mind that the doctors of the Gray-Sloan Memorial could not win, but it seemed cruel to nominate her for an award she could never win. I wonder what this news will do for the rest of the doctors. If they stay, they can never win.
What does this mean for Alex? Will he not be a main character anymore? He’s still dating Jo and he’ll still have privileges at the hospital, but what’s left for his storyline?
I guess after ten years it’s hard to keep character’s story lines going. Alex has grown up a lot, Cristina has become a top notch surgeon and Meredith and Derek have went on to live happily ever after. So what’s next for Grey’s Anatomy? There’s no sign of the show ending anytime soon.
There is some life left in some of the characters’ story lines. April and Jackson are going to have to learn how to deal with their differences, since April is pregnant. Callie and Arizona are planning on having another kid and Emilia has just come back.
I always liked Emilia on Private Practice and it will nice to have her around again.
Cristina hasn’t seen Burke since he left her at the alter, but next week he will come back, as we continue to say goodbye to Cristina: