It should have been good news on "Grey's Anatomy," and it was for awhile. Actually, for most of the cast it still is good news. They don't yet know what Owen knows. What they do know is that the lawsuit from last season's deadly plane crash has been settled. The judge found the hospital negligent and awarded everyone on the plane a whopping $15 million. This amount would be paid by the hospital's insurance company.
Or would it.
As it was explained to Owen, "The insurance company found a loophole. Apparently there’s a rule that no more than two attendees are on allowed on a medi plane." Therefore, the insurance company fails to pay. But what that means is that Seattle Grace goes bankrupt and has to close its doors.
For now, Owen is the only one who knows this news. So where does the show go from here? Shonda Rhimes has to have a trick up her sleeve.
To find out what it is, keep watching "Grey's Anatomy" every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on ABC.
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