Grey’s Anatomy “Blood, Sweat and Tears” Recap (ABC May 16)

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The latest episode of Grey’s Anatomy delivered a double dose of drama, with Owen and Teddy’s day off taking an unexpected turn and the interns finally getting back into the OR.

Blood, Sweat and Tears” saw the couple encounter an injured civilian while enjoying some downtime. Meanwhile, at the hospital, the interns completed their procedure logs, only to be met with a less-than-enthusiastic reception from Hellmouth, still reeling from Mika’s request for space.

The episode opened with Teddy planning a fun day off with her husband, unaware of the challenges that lay ahead. The couple set off on a difficult trail, and their journey soon mirrored the interns’ own struggles as they navigated their way back into the operating room.

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Owen and Teddy’s hike took a turn when they came across a father and daughter in distress. The daughter had fallen into a pit, and the father, refusing to wait for backup, attempted to rescue her, resulting in an injury of his own. The two doctors sprang into action, facing the challenge of having no equipment or cell reception. Teddy had to leave Owen alone to seek help.

Back at the hospital, the interns eagerly shared their good news with Bailey, only to be met with a frosty reception from Hellmouth, taking out her personal issues on those around her. The interns, missing Schmitt, found themselves at the mercy of her harsh tasks and short temper.

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Jo, planning to give up general surgery, tasked Schmitt with her responsibilities, keeping him so busy that he missed the interns’ return to the OR.

Lucas and Simone found themselves on Dorian’s service, a patient who has become a familiar face in the hospital, having undergone multiple surgeries.

Grey’s Anatomy “Blood, Sweat and Tears” aired on Thursday May 16, 2024 at 9.00pm on ABC.

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