Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 will have more drama ahead as “Civil War” episode will have tons of drama. No doubt the series has been on air long enough to keep its audiences interested. The unpredictability of a hospital and its patients, plus staff drama, cater to a lot of possibilities.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 Episode 15: Family Clash
The battles between Jackson and his mother Catherine Avery is to be expected. The mother and son clash happens when he confronts her about the role he has in leading the foundation. At the same time he wants to be able to find his own strength. This comes as a bit ironic as his mother gave him the job in the first place.
In fact, he tells her his intention of working with the board to get Dr. Webber back. Although it is obvious she will not agree with this, since he is in charge, there is not anything she can do in order to change things. Perhaps her plans with Dr. Minnick , played by Marika Dominiczyk, will not happen because of this sudden decision by her son. The “Civil War” episode may be focusing on this.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 Episode 15: Hospital Politics
There is already a divide happening in the hospital when it comes to Minnick’s plans for the hospital. While many have trained under Webber, Minnick gives more opportunities to those who get to work under her.
This is not the only problem the hospital will be facing. Meredith Grey, played by Ellen Pompeo, will have problems with work. She gets caught between Nathan Riggs, played by Martin Henderson, and Alex Karev, played by Justin Chambers, over a patient. In other news, Amelia Shepherd, played by Caterina Scorsone, might take this opportunity to talk to her husband once again.
Grey’s Anatomy season 13 Episode 15 “Civil War” will be shown on March 9. Given there are 21 episodes this season, the hospital politics still have a long way to go.
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