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Greys Anatomy Season 8

November 11, 2011 by staff 

Greys Anatomy Season 8, Three new previews for Grey’s Anatomy season 8, episode 9 “Dark Was the Night” has been released. Spoiler alert! If you don’t want to know what will happen on tomorrow’s episode Grey’s Anatomy, stop reading now!

Click here to view all three previews and you can check out a few promotional photos that were released for this episode by clicking here or on the slideshow link on the left.

The first preview shows Teddy talking to Henry before he goes in for a test. Teddy apologizes for trashing his dream of going to medical school and promises that she will be more supportive of him and she will even make him flashcards for studying.

The second preview shows Teddy’s decision to have Cristina Yang be the surgeon to operate on her husband. She feels confident in Yang’s abilities and Dr. Webber backs her up. Bailey and Owen aren’t convinced, though. Teddy believes they can hide Henry’s identity from Cristina so that she isn’t put under any additional stress.

The last preview finds Owen asking Cristina to perform Henry’s surgery. She really doesn’t want to do it. She’s spending her time practicing for another surgery which is on her “bucket list.” Owen eventually pulls rank and stops asking Cristina, he tells her she must do it.

The official synopsis for “Dark Was the Night” reads,

Teddy puts her husband’s life in the hands of her peers when Henry is sent to the OR for surgery and she’s called away on another case; Meredith and Derek receive the long-awaited news about Zola; Callie and Jackson come under fire when their patient experiences post-surgery complications; and Meredith and Alex are involved in a life-threatening situation when they travel to a neighboring hospital to tend to a sick newborn.

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