Grey's Anatomy - Season 7 Episodes
Grey's Anatomy - Season 7
Let the healing begin. Season six's shocking finale stunned America and left fans asking, "now what?" This season will try to answer that exact question: there will be new beginnings for favorite characters with unexpected twists and turns for everyone. No matter what happens, friendship remains the doctors' saving grace.
“With You I'm Born Again”
How do you come back from one of the most gripping, harrowing, unsettling Grey’s Anatomy season finales ever? Well, you call in a psychiatrist. In the season premiere, the hospital staff is trying to deal with physical and emotional trauma in the wake of the deadly rampage of a vengeful gunman. As Dr. Perkins (James Tupper), a trauma counselor, is brought in to help in the recovery and to assess each doctor's readiness to return to work, Derek makes a spontaneous decision to resign as Chief and rushes back into surgery, taking everything a little too fast, and Cristina buries herself in her wedding planning.
“Shock to the System”
After weeks of concealing the fact she was pregnant and miscarried, Meredith at last tells Derek and is finally cleared to return to her surgical duties in the wake of the hospital shooting spree; Cristina experiences post-traumatic stress disorder in the midst of an operation; and Bailey refuses to let Alex operate until he agrees to have the bullet in his chest removed.
Is that Dr. Shepherd we see walking down the hospital halls? It certainly is. But this Dr. Shepherd happens to be Dr. Amelia Shepherd. This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Addison has been pushing Amelia to leave the land of Private Practice to go see her big brother, who’s been ignoring her calls forever. She even brought him a present: a guy with a brain tumor. Think there’s a gift receipt?
“Can't Fight Biology”
Derek and Meredith visit the obstetrician and receive disturbing news; Lexie notices April and Meredith growing closer; Jackson tries to get ahead in the operating room.
As part of their training, Seattle Grace's residents are put in charge; the attending surgeons compete for a million-dollar grant.
“These Arms of Mine”
A documentary film crew visits the hospital six months after the shooting to document the road to recovery for doctors and patients. The camera lenses follow Derek, Owen, Mark & Callie as they ambitiously perform a rare arm transplant surgery, Meredith helps Cristina put on a brave face for the cameras, and Bailey's patient, Mary, returns for her surgery -- which marks the first time they've all seen of each other since that fateful day.
“That's Me Trying”
The residents are pushed to their limits when Owen puts them through a rigorous trauma certification drill; meanwhile, Cristina is also tested when left alone to monitor a very ill lung transplant patient.
“Something's Gotta Give”
Top security measures go into place as a team of doctors, led by the Chief, try to save the life of a major policitcal figure from the Middle East. Meanwhile Cristina decides to finally decorate her new place and throw a housewarming party, and Alex shows up late from a weekend getaway to his first day of rounds with the new Pediatrics Attending, Dr. Phil Stark (guest star Peter MacNicol).
“Slow Night, So Long”
Derek lands the grant he needs for his clinical trial and all the attendings take him out to Joe's Bar to celebrate, but they get a surprise when they see someone they know already at the bar. Meanwhile, Meredith and Alex have to fend for themselves during the night shift with a nine-year-old patient who's experiencing post-surgical complications and his very pushy mother.
“Adrift and at Peace”
Despite Meredith's objections to the idea, a concerned Derek takes Cristina on a fishing trip in order to get away from it all, while Teddy, feeling directionless without Cristina, directs all of her efforts and compassion towards a dying patient (played by Scott Foley) who lacks the proper insurance to seek medical treatment.
A gunman opens fire at a local college, sending mass casualties to the hospital; Arizona's return is not warmly received.
“Start Me Up”
Arizona tries to reconcile with Callie, who has big news to share; the residents receive new interns; the Chief makes an announcement.
“Don't Deceive Me (Please Don't Go)”
Meredith feels left out when Derek breaks ground on his clinical trial; Bailey's new idea does not go over well with the Chief.
“P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)”
Meredith and Lexie's father returns to Seattle Grace with stomach pains and a new girlfriend; Alex butts heads with the new OB.
Meredith volunteers to run the ER for a night in hope of proving that she is chief-resident material; Bailey and Eli get into mischief.
Meredith's fertility treatments start affecting her eyesight; Mark talks to Callie and Arizona about his role as a father.
“This Is How We Do It”
Richard tries to get Adele into Derek and Meredith's Alzheimer's trial; Arizona and Mark try to plan a baby shower for Callie.
“Song Beneath the Song”
A cataclysmic event leaves the doctors shaken; Callie, on the verge of a life-changing moment, starts imagining about the hospital and her friends.
“It's a Long Way Back”
Everyone pulls together to help Callie and baby Sofia on their painstaking journeys to recovery in hopes of allowing mother and baby to finally meet; the sudden death of a clinical trial patient has Derek proceeding with more caution while Meredith makes a calculated and risky move; Alex treats a cranky old rich woman dying of cancer and gets an idea for a grandiose endeavor that is sure to get him the Chief Resident spot; and Teddy is pleasantly surprised by the return of a familiar face.
Callie and Arizona's wedding is not coming together as they hoped it would; Meredith and Derek make a life-changing decision.
“I Will Survive”
Work and personal pressures leave Meredith on edge; formal interviews for the chief resident position begin; Lucy and Alex's relationship is tested.
Meredith's dishonesty is revealed, leading to unexpected consequences for her and others; the new chief resident is chosen.