Wait! They’re coming to me now! They’re getting clearer, much clearer. I see, in the future of Grey’s Anatomy, that events this season begin to take a very interesting turn…
Adele Reverses the Tubal Ligation of her Marriage to Chief Richard Webber.
Let’s face it. Adele put up with the Chief’s infidelity, workaholism, and implied alcoholism for years. Why all of a sudden would she then decide she’s had enough? If Adele couldn’t figure out within the first couple years of her marriage that her life was always going to be that way, what ah-ha moment of enlightenment could suddenly have awoken her to a different revelation so many years later? If she stayed this long, it’s not surprising that she’s happily going back.
Since Adele lost the baby, she will successfully convince the Chief to try again at both their marriage and at having a child (even in their fifties!). There’s always the option of adoption. Meredith learns that the mute blonde girl from the ferry disaster is now an orphan. Since the blonde girl’s mother really drowned, Meredith feels a kinship to the little orphan and thinks it is now her duty to rescue the poor helpless child. The Chief, being older and wiser, convinces Meredith that it’s too soon after the loss of her own mother and she is therefore not thinking rationally in her misplaced maternal instincts, despite her good intentions. Adele overhears this conversation and later on suggests to Richard that though Meredith is completely unprepared to be a mother, the two of them could easily take on the challenge. Adele rationalizes that a child would be much easier for the two of them to handle than an infant, though she is forgetting they just might have a problem with enuresis to overcome. The Chief considers the proposition and is reminded of Alice Grey. Visions of loving and grooming another miniature Alice Grey doctor in the family persuade him to agree to seeking temporary custody of the little girl.
Callie’s Pregnant With George’s Baby
There was something in the water at the ferry disaster. Callie announces she’s pregnant with George’s baby. George tells Izzy he’s going to be a father and that he can never see her again despite how he feels about her. His child is more important and he trusts Izzy understands that enough to respect his decision.
Izzy’s Pregnant With George’s Baby
There’s something in the water again. Izzy finds out she’s pregnant with George’s baby after Callie’s made her big announcement and after George has said that their relationship will never be.
Izzy and Alex Nurse Broken Hearts Together
Izzy and Alex, both nursing broken hearts, have sex together. Izzy breaks down crying afterward and tells Alex she is pregnant. Izzy tells Alex all about the child she gave up as a teenager and how she simply cannot have an abortion or lose a child again. Alex, seeing that he has just lost Rebecca, aka Ava, when she and her infant were discharged from the hospital into the care of her husband Jeff, decides he will step up to the plate and stand by Izzy. Alex agrees to claim Izzy’s baby as his own and never tell anyone else. If it’s a boy, they agree to name him Seattle Dennis. If it’s a girl, they agree to name her Grace Denise.
Burke Suddenly Reappears Only To Tell Cristina To Return the Family Heirloom Choker to His Mama
Cristina takes the choker and does a little tap-dance on top of it, if she didn’t already at least break the clasp after the wedding was called off. Cristina tells Burke he can have the stupid choker, as she’s doing him a favor by giving it back to him. She thought his hands needed a bit more practice at doing surgery and that he should expand his horizons to include jewelry repair. Cristina says Burke can tell his Mama that the choker is payback for her eyebrows.
Cristina’s Eyebrows “Magically” Reappear
ABC will assume avid viewers will have forgotten by now that Cristina’s eyebrows were nonexistent. Cristina’s eyebrows will “magically” reappear for the first episode of Season 4.
Derek McDreamy Has Sex With Meredith’s McSister the McLexie Devil in Disguise
McDreamy’s relationships take a slightly McIncestuous turn. Derek has sex with the woman at the bar who just so happens to be Meredith’s half-McSister Lexie Grey. Umm, looks like the mean stepdad slapped the wrong child silly!
Addison’s Private Practice Really Take Off
Afterall, who wouldn’t prefer to be in Los Angeles if it meant driving around in a sporty little red car with the top down?
Meredith and McVet
Meredith once again takes up knitting and goes crawling back to McVet like he predicted she would. Meredith explains how stupid she was not to have listened and after much groveling McVet buys her usual poor pitiful me act. They take the next step together in their relationship. Meredith decides she’s not ready for a baby, but that she is ready to get a new dog. Together they pick out either a Chihuahua or a Chiapoo. Meredith teaches herself how to knit cute little doggie sweaters, scarves, and doggie booties for their new “baby” and that’s how they stumble across the dog’s new name – “McKnitty.” McVet thinks the sweaters are a great idea that Meredith should market. He agrees to let her showcase her own doggie product line using his veterinary clinic as her first legitimate vendor. The clever “Itty Bitty McKnitty” sweaters become the latest doggie fashion trend among anyone who’s anyone in the Seattle area. The Chief even asks Meredith to consider hosting an “Itty Bitty McKnitty” fundraiser event in which all the proceeds will benefit Denny’s Free Clinic.
Now, do keep in mind that all predictions are just that- predictions. I do not expect that these predictions will ever become the gospel truth of Grey’s Anatomy. However, wouldn’t it be fun to see Cristina dissect the choker? And wouldn’t you like to know where you can buy an “Itty Bitty McKnitty?”
Oh, just so you know, the “Itty Bitty McKnitty” idea is my own. I can predict, but I obviously can’t knit. I’m much better at cross-stitch, and my mom always swore I’d poke someone’s eyes out with a pair of knitting needles. She was right. I think I could definitely do much more damage with knitting needles than a scalpel and I don’t know why Meredith hasn’t at least tried to stick it to someone yet herself. Anyway, if you’re looking for a business partner and you can bring me a doctor’s salary, I’m willing to negotiate creative license. If I search online and start finding “Itty Bitty McKnitty” items for sale, then be advised that I just might have to start a malpractice suit. Medical. McKnittal. McSister. It’s all relative. Or else I’ll just get mad and go start my own practice.