‘TAKE CARE OF HIM, OR I WILL COME BACK AND KILL YOU… BUT SERIOUS, I HAVE TRAINING’ | No sooner did Winston and Cormac take Farouk for his covert operation in “Bottle Up and Explode” than the aforementioned explosion rocked Gray Sloan, sending Megan rushing to the ER to hold her unconscious son’s hand and hum the themes of cartoons that had always appeased him. At the same time, Owen, who was already grappling with the vets he was trying to help blame him for the death of Colonel Davis, suffered a flare-up of PTSD. So, while Cormac supported Megan during an anxiety-provoking delay in closing Farouk after her surgery, Teddy reached out to her husband, who remembered most harshly how he learned to deal with his PTSD. But the vets… “Nobody helps them with anything,” he said. “I have to help them. Finally, Farouk was stitched up, and his mother collapsed. Concerned about how she had kept her brother in the dark, Cormac told Owen what had happened. So at the end of the episode, he and Teddy were able to reinforce to Megan that “we’re your family, you and Farouk, and you never have to do it alone.” OKAY? »A-Okay.
“HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT MY SUPER SECRET PROJECT? “ | In Minnesota, Meredith and Amelia came to see none other than Koracick. Which sounded like a good idea, right? He could be annoying, but he was also brilliant. So why was David so appalled by Tom’s arrival? “It wasn’t part of our deal,” David complained to Mer. Yes, but why did he care? It turned out that Tom – oh, Tom! – had slept with David’s daughter. That wasn’t why he had a grudge, he insisted. “It’s not sex,” he told Mer, “it’s jubilation! Yes, I can definitely see that happening with Koracick. When Mer reminded David that she had complete autonomy on his team, he backed down… “Maybe,” she laughed, “Koracick will be a bust and you can fire him. Wouldn’t that be fun? “
And as our 60 minutes shrank to seconds, Mer met Nick for dinner, and flying sparks that made the stars pale in comparison, they kissed in a dizzying cinematic way. They weren’t the only ones who passed chemistry tests, either. If it was any clearer that Amelia and Kai wanted each other, they would have passed notes in the lab that said the same. But their potential connection seemed to be cut off at the pass when Kai said they were married. “To this lab,” they hastened to add. Ha.
‘HELLO, I ALMOST DEAD’ | After Vic was brought to Gray Sloan on an adorable diet of morphine, Bailey’s heart sank. A subsequent rescue car did not have its sirens on, so she knew it contained someone who had died. It was, of course, Dean, not Ben. (Read how it happened here.) But Miranda would soon be tempted to kill him herself when he reveals that he had promised to take Pru in case something happened to her father. “I didn’t think he was going to die one day! Ben insisted. Bailey later admitted that his reluctance to welcome Pru stemmed from his desire to have a baby girl. She knew she would fall head over heels in love with the baby. What would she do if the toddler’s grandparents rushed over and took her away? No matter how broken Bailey’s heart would be, her decision was made when Andy arrived at the hospital with Pru. When the toddler hugged Bailey, it was all over. The Bailey / Warren family had a new member.
In other developments, Travis told Vic that Dean had passed, a crushing revelation that gave him the equivalent of a heart attack. Travis couldn’t understand what his best friend was going through. She had already lost her fiancé and now Dean? “I can’t imagine having to do it again,” the widower yelled at Levi. Elsewhere in the episode, Richard and Winston bonded a bit while Maggie was out of town caring for her sick adoptive father, and all this death made Jo worry about what would happen if she did. was dying. “I have Luna,” Link assured him without even a moment’s hesitation. ” I got it. ” So what did you think of part 2 of the crossover? Ben’s surprise for Bailey? The crazy kiss of Mer and Nick? Koracick’s return? Amelia and Kai’s flirtation? Hit the comments.