Travis Tells Vic About What Happened to Dean – Grey’s Anatomy

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Schmitt (Jake Borelli) oversees Vic’s (guest star Barrett Doss) care after she was injured fighting a fire. Travis (guest star Jay Hayden) tells her that Dean has died. Meanwhile, Bailey (Chandra Wilson) and Ben (guest star Jason George) have a heated discussion about him agreeing to look after Dean’s young daughter, Pruitt, without asking her. Watch ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ THURSDAYS 9/8c on ABC and Stream on Hulu.

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