Shonda got us good. Or so she thinks.
After the slew of spoilers, confirmations and subsequent retractions, no one knows what's going to happen as Grey's Anatomy inches closer to its finale. Initially, the ABC medical dramedy's now notorious creator has informed everyone via Twitter that it is indeed Derek and Meredith who are saying their I do's on the show's 100th episode. Not that she isn't trustworthy (or a flat-out evil liar), but it's just very hard to believe that things will go as planned on the episode.
Now another report surfaced that claims it has nailed down Shonda and for good. According to the source, it spotted the filming of the heavily anticipated wedding scene and can now conclusively identify who's getting married, once and for all. If such is true, didn't the Grey's Anatomy crew learn anything from the Sex and the City film? I heard those folks shot multiple endings just to avoid spilling the plot.
Read at your own risk. Spoilers.
According to some reports
), Katherine Heigl was spotted in the middle of filming in Los Angeles recently, and she was wearing a wedding dress. She was with best friend T.R. Knight, with a "big jacket/robe thing" over the dress but there was "no doubt" that it was a wedding dress. She was in the doorway only for a minute or two before going back inside. A set of photos here has Ellen Pompeo in something purple. Bride turned bridesmaid? It also looks like almost everyone is there, including Sloan (Eric Dane), Derek (Patrick Dempsey), Yang (Sandra Oh), Meredith (Pompeo) and George (Knight).
Here's how things currently stand. If this is true, it means cancer-stricken Izzie (Heigl) will pull an A Walk to Remember
and marry boyfriend Alex (Justin Chambers) before she dies. Of course, this doesn't mean that the MerDer wedding is already off the to-do-list. It's not impossible to have two weddings (very unlikely, though).
On hindsight, it is so Meredith to selflessly forego her dream wedding for a dying friend. She always says she' dark and twisty and it's true, but we all know she's an extremely good person too. As for Alex doing his part, we've seen how he's been desperately sad the past few episodes. He feels guilty about not noticing the symptoms at all, and he obviously wants to make it up to Izzie.
Or could this be a deliberate ploy to make Grey's Anatomy
fans think it's Izzie, when in fact, it's still Meredith all along? But when does it end?
- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Souce: E! Online
(Image courtesy of ABC)