The finish has arrived. April Kepner (Sarah Drew) and Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) mentioned their ultimate goodbyes Grey’s Anatomy on the Thursday, May 17, season 14 finale. After her near-death expertise, April decided to quit her job to do “God’s work,” serving to the homeless. Then, after Jo and Alex’s marriage ceremony was a catastrophe, Matthew (Justin Bruening) received down on one knee and proposed — and he or she mentioned, “Yes.” But they didn’t simply get engaged. They determined to get married proper then, with Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Arizona there to look at and assist them.
Meanwhile, Arizona revealed during the penultimate episode that she was transferring to New York to be together with her household. While Callie (Sara Ramirez) didn’t seem within the episode, Arizona revealed that each time she heard from her ex, she couldn’t assist however smile. Their story ended with Callie seemingly sharing the identical emotions, texting that she couldn’t wait to see her.
The marriage ceremony episode did find yourself having the marriage that was deliberate on the finish. Jo (Camilla Luddington) and Alex (Justin Chambers) tied the knot on the ferry, because of a newly-ordained Meredith (Ellen Pompeo).
ABC introduced in March that each Drew and Capshaw had been leaving the present after 9 and ten seasons, respectively. Us Weekly caught up with Pompeo earlier in May to debate the forged adjustments.
“I had to just try to support everybody and be as supportive as I can. I have to think about other people before myself and think about the girls,” the actress advised Us on May 1. “Everybody we lose on the present … each time we lose somebody, it’s devastating as a result of we’re a household. And it’s tremendous awkward! It’s not like movies where you work for three months, and also you’re not going to see the individuals, otherwise you’ll see them on the junket and that’s it. You know, we actually are collectively, by births, by demise, day by day, illness and well being. It’s actually an odd household, that we’re thrown along with. So, when these items occur, there may be, there’s a lot of tumult. You know, inside, there’s chaos, and emotions, and unhappiness and anger, and it’s a lot to cope with.”
She additionally admitted that the end of the series could be near.
“We’re getting there. Shonda and I will make that decision together … I think that one of the biggest lessons that this show has taught me and being on this show for so long has taught me, is that relationships do change, and they do grow,” she continued. “They take work. Like any marriage, friendship. You gotta put within the work. You have to just accept different individuals’s flaws, and settle for your individual flaws and attempt to change and be a higher particular person. But I feel everything is worth the time and effort. And issues get higher.”
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Grey’s Anatomy will return to ABC Thursdays within the fall.