After visiting her old workplace to check out Gray Sloan Memorial’s new “bottom of the barrel” intern class, and hearing from the guy who wanted to be the “vagina” of the surgical program: Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) he seemed all too happy to let Richard Webber (James Pickens Jr.) handle the situation.
“Good luck with that,” he called over his shoulder as he strutted out of the Gray Sloan ER in Grey’s AnatomySeason 19 premiere on Thursday, October 6,
Bailey “got really tired of carrying Gray Sloan on her shoulders” last season, Gray showrunner Krista Vernoff explained to TV line Recently. “And he made the decision to walk away for his sanity and his well-being.”
But how long will Bailey’s fun job last? Will she ever go back to the hospital?
Grey’s Anatomy spoilers ahead!
In fact, Bailey will appear again in Gray Sloan, according to TV linewhich previously reported that the character will soon be joined by Addison, played by former student Kate Walsh. “We’re telling a really powerful story about Addison and Bailey joining forces that’s both funny and heartbreaking,” and through that, fans of the story “will learn a little more about Addison’s life in Los Angeles,” Vernoff told The Associated Press. site last week.
the Gray The boss added that the ABC show will delve into what an ambitious person like Bailey does “when he gets to the top rung of where he wants to go” and needs to find other areas where that ambition can be useful.
“For Bailey, it’s in so many areas,” Vernoff, who also handles the fate of Bailey’s husband, Ben, as a spinoff executive producer. Station 19. “It may also be a case of more being less in some way.”
Vernoff also teased that the key for Bailey may be “finding the joy of taking a lesser title at work in favor of having a richer, happier life.”
Actor Chandra Wilson said the wrapper recently that Bailey is “too nosy” to stay away from Gray Sloan for long. “She’s actually going through the same transition that most people in the world are going through right now, where your priorities change as a result of everything we’ve been through in the last three years, right now,” she said. . additional.
Wilson also said that we will see a different side of Bailey in season 19 as the character redefines her role as Gray Sloan. “We have seen a person who had goals from day 1; We were able to see her achieve those goals in real time,” observed the SAG Award winner. “And we also got to see the difference between what she thinks she is and what the audience knows she is. So I think in Bailey’s mind, she’s still the person you met in the pilot for the most part, but as an audience member, you know better now, right?
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