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Grey's Anatomy - Episode 13.10 - You Can Look (But You'd Better Not Touch) - Promos, Sneak Peeks, Promotional Photos & Press Release

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Thanks to Alex P for the heads up.

Press Release
Thanks to James for the heads up.

“You Can Look (But You’d Better Not Touch)”– Bailey, Arizona and Jo go to a maximum security women’s prison to treat a violent, 16-year-old pregnant girl and her unborn baby, on the midseason premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, JANUARY 19 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network.

“Grey’s Anatomy” stars Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens Jr. as Richard Webber, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery, Sarah Drew as April Kepner, Caterina Scorsone as Amelia Shepherd, Camilla Luddington as Jo Wilson, Jerrika Hinton as Stephanie Edwards, Kelly McCreary as Maggie Pierce, Jason George as Ben Warren, Martin Henderson as Nathan Riggs and Giacomo Gianniotti as Andrew DeLuca.

Guest starring is Jasmin Savoy Brown as Amanda, Klea Scott as Dr. Eldredge and Anna Jacoby-Heron as Kristen.

“Grey’s Anatomy” was created and is executive produced by Shonda Rhimes (“Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder”), Betsy Beers (“Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder”), Mark Gordon (“Saving Private Ryan”) and Rob Corn (“Chicago Hope”). William Harper, Stacy McKee, Zoanne Clack and Debbie Allen are executive producers. “Grey’s Anatomy” is produced by ABC Studios.

“You Can Look (But You’d Better Not Touch)” was written by Tia Napolitano and directed by Jann Turner.


Last week, viewers finally saw Owen's sister and Nathan's wife, Megan (Bridget Regan), in flashbacks. Is she alive?

If I had a vote, which I don't, I would definitely vote for her to come back because it would add such a great, interesting twist to the Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Nathan situation. One of the things we've seen with Owen since he started on the show is that he has a guilt complex. He beats himself up and blames himself for things over and over again. He blames himself for the plane crash, even though technically, it really wasn't his fault. He takes on a lot of guilt, and his core as a man is connected to the disappearance of his sister. So if that suddenly disappears and she's alive, it's going to really crack open and change who Owen is because he's built his life around this core guilt and feeling of responsibility for the loss of his sister. It'd be really fascinating to reintroduce her; I don't think it will happen anytime soon, but I would love it if we did.

Nathan and Riggs seem to have their friendship back on track. Owen doesn't let Riggs put him on a pedestal and confesses that he, too, had cheated on his wife in the past. Will Owen lean on Riggs given everything with Amelia or will we see him continue to be this silent, guilt-ridden guy?

I hope so. To have that conversation was deeply healing for Nathan, but it was deeply healing for Owen, too. That conversation really moved the needle on the Owen and Nathan relationship because that's the first time they have felt that deep brotherly love that they had for each other and that that could still be there buried under all of this anger and resentment. We're starting to see the Owen and Nathan relationship begin to slowly rebuild. I think Owen will start to confide in him and it's a beautiful thing to watch that happen because it's a good message to send out there into the world that even with terrible things that can happen between people, if there's forgiveness and if there's an intention for the deconstruction of that resentment, beautiful things can happen. I do think we're going to see less of the silent, brooding, having the weight of the world squarely on his shoulders Owen. He's finally going to have somebody he can share that with in a very male sense. It's a really healthy for him to have that deep friendship.

Amelia does not want children and Owen does. Even if she does come back, will they be able to overcome that?

I wish and pray for Owen that he will one day get that child, and be with someone that wants to have that child with him, and I hope that person is Amelia — but right now, I think that ball is in her court. Eventually Owen is going to have to say he can only do this so many times and he can’t do it anymore.

How will Amelia leaving impact Owen?

I think Owen will do what he always does in these big, horrible moments in his life — he buries himself into work, and usually not in a healthy way. He’ll probably work incredibly long shifts and just be all about medicine. I think a lot of people do that when there are problems in their life. They just stick their head in the sand and just work, work, work. I don’t think he’ll unravel in the sense of drinking too much or anything, but I think he’ll get tired and stressed. But the thing with Owen is that the thing that triggers his PTSD is lack of sleep and stress and getting buried in work, so this can become a situation where his PTSD gets flared up again. That’s my concern.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Now that Jo has told Alex the truth, can they start to heal their relationship?

CAMILLA LUDDINGTON: I think that it’s for sure a step forward, but I’m not sure what direction it’ll be in. I am hoping that with both of them being so vulnerable with each other, it can open up communication again. But this is Shondaland; reconciliation is never made easy and sometimes simply doesn’t happen. Do I think they’ll be more road blocks? I can’t imagine good drama without them.

It appears that Alex is going to go through with the trial. We know that Jo is ready to testify. Can you talk about her mindset going into this knowing that her husband could finally find her? Is she essentially ready to stand and fight?

She absolutely has a lot of fear. Her initial reaction was to run, but I think Alex telling her to stand her ground was something she had never heard before — or perhaps she had, but coming from him, in that particular moment, it really struck a chord. She has a lot of fight in her, she’s a survivor, and I think yes, she decided she’s not ready to let go of what she has worked so hard to build. She’s terrified, but she’s taking a stand.

Will we get to meet her husband in the latter half of the season?

I think people don’t realize that the cast are often as blindsided by storylines as the audience is. I have absolutely no clue what the latter half of the season holds. I feel like we have to meet him though. I want to meet him. He’s cast such a heavy shadow over Jo, I want her to have some sort of closure. If she gets it by facing him, then so be it.

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