Grey Chatter Report: Episode 1020: Go It Alone

Grey Chatter Report: Episode 1020: Go It Alone

**WARNING SPOILERS** Welcome to Grey Chatter for the "Go It Alone" episode of Grey's Anatomy! Here you'll find highlights, quotes, observations and more. Be warned, we're talking about details from the episode so stop reading this stat if you don't want to be spoiled. BONUS: There's a preview of the next all-new episode at the end. Enjoy!

Flying Solo: Meredith advises Cristina to be funny during her Harper Avery acceptance speech. That’s a tall order given the subject matter of the work she’s doing for her patients. While doing a biopsy, Cristina lets Owen that she’d prefer to go to her award ceremony in Boston alone. That probably wasn’t the wisest of moves.

The Big Moment: The parents in family with the three kids with heart issues were fighting with each other nonstop before Cristina left. They couldn’t see how much they were hurting their children. Cristina could. She sent the parents away so she could practice her speech while playing Jenga with the kids. The question of whether or not she would actually get to give that speech probably never crossed her mind.

Living on a Prayer: The mother of a young deaf girl gets angry at Jackson when he suggests using a device for her ears. She believes her daughter was born this way and doesn’t need to be fixed. This leads to conversation at home between Jackson and April. It’s all about how they have very differing views. Actually it’s a full-blown fight about religion.

It’s a Toss Up: Meredith must do an emergency surgery on her bypass patient while trying to find out who has her kids. She knows it’s not Derek. He’s still working at the hospital. As it turns out, Callie and Arizona canceled their date night to watch the MerDer munchkins. This leads to a discussion about who is having their next baby.

 Read the full recap for "Go It Alone" and take a sneak preview of the next all new episode "Change of Heart" now!

Preview 1020: Who I Am|This defines me.|Jackson admits that he thinks April's faith and beliefs are ridiculous.