Bailey Faces a Heartbreaking Decision – Grey’s Anatomy

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Jo (Camilla Luddington) tells Schmitt (Jake Borelli) that she thinks she should change programs. At the hospital, Bailey (Chandra Wilson) faces a heartbreaking decision about how to say goodbye to her mother, and Richard (James Pickens Jr.) is there for her. Watch ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ THURSDAY 9|8c on ABC.

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    Surgical interns and their supervisors embark on a medical journey where they become part of heart-wrenching stories and make life-changing decisions in order to become the finest doctors.

    • First episode date: 27 March 2005
    • Network: ABC (American Broadcasting Company)

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