Celebrating the New ‘Webber Method’ of Teaching – Grey’s Anatomy

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ABC published this video item, entitled “Celebrating the New ‘Webber Method’ of Teaching – Grey’s Anatomy” – below is their description.

Richard (James Pickens Jr.), Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Catherine (guest star Debbie Allen) all celebrate the first successful implementation of Richard’s new teaching methodology, but Bailey (Chandra Wilson) still isn’t so sure it’s a good idea. Watch ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ THURSDAYS 9/8c on ABC and Stream on Hulu.

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