Grey’s Anatomy S18 Proved The Sad Truth Of Meredith’s Happy Ending

Grey’s Anatomy season 18 showed how Ellis appeared in Meredith’s nightmares to second-guess her choices, to remind her of the time running out and her career not progressing as it should. In Grey’s Anatomy season 18, episode 19, Meredith’s mind even played tricks on her, letting her see Ellis belittling Meredith’s capabilities as a surgeon and instilling uncertainty in her. The only time Meredith didn’t see or dream of Ellis was in Minnesota, either connecting with Nick or when leading her Parkinson’s research. Her Ellis-ridden nightmares were absent in Minnesota, hinting at the possibility she could only be free of Ellis’ judgment if away from Seattle and what reminded Meredith of her.

Grey’s Anatomy season 19 might offer Meredith the chance to build a new, healthier relationship with Grey Sloan and the colleagues she always saw as her extended family. After all, Grey’s Anatomy season 18, episode 20’s cliffhanger ending with Meredith running after Nick following her attempt to push him away hinted at a different Meredith, one more inclined to follow her instincts and wishes rather than her default setting of dealing with her problems first and sort out her feelings later. If Meredith were to work through her issues with Grey Sloan in season 19, she could continue her life in Seattle in a happier state of mind if she wanted. Still, even if that epiphany were to finally offer peace to Meredith, Grey’s Anatomy season 18 highlighted her complicated relationship with everything that happened at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and Ellis’ judgment, making Meredith’s only possible happily ever after one that sees her get far away from Seattle.


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Grey’s Anatomy season 18 showed how Ellis appeared in Meredith’s nightmares to second-guess her choices, to remind her of the time running out and her career not progressing as it should. In Grey’s Anatomy season 18, episode 19, Meredith’s mind even played tricks on her, letting her see Ellis belittling Meredith’s capabilities as a surgeon and instilling uncertainty in her. The only time Meredith didn’t see or dream of Ellis was in Minnesota, either connecting with Nick or when leading her Parkinson’s research. Her Ellis-ridden nightmares were absent in Minnesota, hinting at the possibility she could only be free of Ellis’ judgment if away from Seattle and what reminded Meredith of her.

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Grey’s Anatomy season 19 might offer Meredith the chance to build a new, healthier relationship with Grey Sloan and the colleagues she always saw as her extended family. After all, Grey’s Anatomy season 18, episode 20’s cliffhanger ending with Meredith running after Nick following her attempt to push him away hinted at a different Meredith, one more inclined to follow her instincts and wishes rather than her default setting of dealing with her problems first and sort out her feelings later. If Meredith were to work through her issues with Grey Sloan in season 19, she could continue her life in Seattle in a happier state of mind if she wanted. Still, even if that epiphany were to finally offer peace to Meredith, Grey’s Anatomy season 18 highlighted her complicated relationship with everything that happened at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and Ellis’ judgment, making Meredith’s only possible happily ever after one that sees her get far away from Seattle.

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