Thursday’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy was a bit special
After a lot of hassle, Dr. Addison Montgomery is finally back in Seattle. Dr. Addison’s role is played by Kate Wash who recently made an anticipated return to the show in Thursday’s night’s episode. However, the wait was long but it was worth it.
It was sure and predictable enough that Dr. Addison is soon to return. The creators of the show also started bridging since the beginning of the episode. It starts with interns wondering who will be the head of their grand rounds in the locker rooms. However, they suddenly find out that it is none other but Addison who will be leading them. She makes a grand entrance by saying that they might be the group that is damaging the schedule.
Thursday’s night episode of Grey’s Anatomy
The interns discuss the guff between Addison and Meredith Grey. Long time fans of the show might remember the love triangle between Meredith, Addison, and Derek. It provided a lot of script to the show makers and those seasons were highly engaging. Addison is here to perform Grey’s hospital’s first surgical uterine transplant and includes Schmitt to join her. She makes a quick remark that her 8-year-olds listen to her better than the interns in the hospital.
A look back to Dr. Addison’s complex past
She first appeared in the show as a neurosurgeon in season one’s finale in 2005. It all started when she caught Meredith and her husband Derek in an affair. Her character got famous with her favorite word “screw” in every sentence. While Meredith and Derek’s romance was heating everything came to a quick termination when Addison showed up at Seattle Grace Hospital. Later, it is revealed that Addison and Derek’s relation was sour because of immorality after sleeping with Derek’s BFF Mark Sloan.