And Chandra Wilson comes from a musical background. We couldn't talk them into it, so we had to show them. While we were shooting, Shonda and I were calling bands, rehearsing the actors, arranging songs.Shonda thought it could help the storytelling with Callie [played by Ramirez] and the things she wants. We set up chairs and had liquor, made it like a little cabaret. I knew they had it in them to move [the network execs] emotionally, and they did. Well, it's intimidating, knowing you're going to be singing next to a Tony winner.Despite Dempsey’s two-year contract signed just last year, reports of diva-like behavior aren’t a great sign. But, honestly, do you think the show can go on without him? So when did this go from tipsy brainstorm to actual plan?
In fact, Ramirez has tweeted similar messages when past seasons have come to a close.
"He was going through a bit of a midlife crisis," the insider added.
"But he's snapping out of it." No word yet though if Patrick Dempsey and Jillian Fink have officially cancelled their divorce.
C., to formally resign and return to Seattle and, more importantly, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and their kids.
And then, total radio silence: no calls, no texts, only Meredith seeing flashing lights outside her living room window in the final moment of last week’s episode.finger-on-the-bomb episode to the tragic plane crash that killed off Lexie Gray (Chyler Leigh) and Mark Sloan (Eric Dane), and we already know it involves a serious car crash. We took it to the fans to see how they thought this mystery might pan out." data-reactid="19"The network is promoting this installment as epic, comparing it to some of the show’s most memorable moments, from Meredith’s finger-on-the-bomb episode to the tragic plane crash that killed off Lexie Gray (Chyler Leigh) and Mark Sloan (Eric Dane), and we already know it involves a serious car crash. We took it to the fans to see how they thought this mystery might pan out.