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Grey's Anatomy - Season 10 - Latest from EW - 29th September 2013

The 200th episode will be…funny!? Well, that’s according to Jessica Capshaw, who explained that the episode revolves around a big fundraising gala that will find the doctors dressing up to the nines and the interns being tasked with running the ER while the rest are occupied. “The storyline actually takes an interesting and unexpected turn in the 200th episode for Arizona, and I think it’s going to be funny,” she says. And while fancy parties of Grey’s past may have been filled with some major heartbreak, show creator Shonda Rhimes says this one will be a celebration. “I think we really wanted to play the joy of the medicine and the joy of our character’s journeys,” she said. “And really, it’s the first episode that Meredith Grey has really come back to work [after giving birth]. So we wanted to play some of the joy of that as well.” That said, expect some big moments — and possible new hookups! “I’m just going to say, if you’re going to a fancy party on Grey’s, you better watch yourself because you never know what’s going to happen,” dishes executive producer Betsy Beers. “There are some interesting combinations of people who are going to start to get together and get a little closer and it’s a really, really different kind of party. You haven’t seen a party like this before.”

Avery and Jackson: The tango is not over. The next few episodes will find April (Sarah Drew) planning her wedding. And while Drew is not sure whether there will be a romantic reunion with Jackson (Jesse Williams), she’s confident the love remains. “I think they will find their way back to one another. I don’t know in what capacity that will be, but I think they are meant to be together in each other’s lives in a very, very important way, for sure,” she says. Beers echos the statement, adding that even as plans progress for the wedding, ”I don’t think [April] knows exactly how she’s feeling. It gets really interesting. The fat lady has not sung on that one.” Meanwhile, will the planning get far enough for the audience to actually see the wedding take place? Rhimes was coy, but said, “They don’t always turn out to be the way you want them to, but we might be getting a wedding.”

Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) will meet Jackson’s force-to-be-reckoned-with mother (Debbie Allen)… and it’s probably going to be exactly what you might imagine. “Catherine Avery does rear her pretty little head again in the next few episodes,” confirms Hinton. “She officially meets Stephanie and…it’s interesting. Catherine is Catherine. She … yeah.” We’ll say it right now: Poor Stephanie.

Read more at EW

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