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People who get up each day and do what it feels like is the impossible.“So it is for these people and in the spirit of resilience I am honored and excited to tell the story of how Meredith goes on in the face of what feels like the impossible.Shonda really wanted to put a black man in the mix. I think that once Isaiah did not get the role it backfired.”” "When Katie left, it was tough.I didn’t think they were really going to put an interracial couple on the show and I didn’t want him. You could understand why she wanted to go — when you’re offered million a movie and you’re only 26.is the second-longest commitment of Ellen Pompeo’s life, second only to her relationship with husband, Chris Ivery, whom she started dating 17 years ago.And both hit major milestones Thursday: Her ABC medical soap — now in its 14th season — marks its 300th episode (8 ET/PT) the same day as their 10th wedding anniversary.“A commitment-phobe is something no one could call me,” says Pompeo, 47, who plays dark and twisty surgeon Meredith Grey, the brainchild of creator Shonda Rhimes, who announced this summer that she'll be partnering with Netflix for future projects.
The cutthroat cardiothoracic surgeon took a job in Switzerland in the Season 10 finale.“I really worried when Sandra Oh left,” she says. When the show didn’t suffer when she left, then I wasn’t worried when Patrick left (in Season 11).”Executive producer Betsy Beers calls Meredith and Cristina her favorite onscreen pair, which may come as a surprise on a show where sex is at least as important as surgery."They are each other’s person — and always will be," she says.Keep up that open and honest mouth in interviews, Ellen! I guess it's been long enough since Patrick Dempsey's unceremonious exit from "Grey's Anatomy" that we can all laugh about it — especially given all the gossip about his character being killed off because he was just too difficult to work with."Everybody thought because Patrick was leaving that it wouldn't do well, but it's doing very well," star Ellen Pompeo tells Ellen De Generes about how the long-running series is holding up.But Katie’s problem is that she should not have renewed her contract.She re-upped, took a big raise and then tried to get off the show.