Here's our point/counterpoint of why you should or shouldn't be shipping Alex and Meredith. Derek Mc Dreamy Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey), the ABC medical drama jumped ahead a year in last night's episode to show how everyone moved on from their grief and sadness.
While the other Grey Sloan Memorial doctors mourned and moved on in various ways, Meredith had her surprise baby somewhere that was not Grey Sloan Memorial (because clearly we still haven't learned to avoid any other hospitals after Mc Dreamy's disaster) after living alone for the whole pregnancy. Things are going to be okay for her despite her losing the love of her life. This isn't a matter of it being "too soon" for Meredith to move on, because the show has already jumped a year into the future.
It's not the future any of us envisioned for her, but it was bearable. As in, they want them to hook up and get together romantically. He is her new "person," her shoulder to cry on, someone who will listen to all her problems without judgment, who she can vent to and gain an instant ally no matter if she's wrong or right.
"We're also in this amazing situation of having a whole new generation of people who are discovering it in different platforms, and that's incredibly exciting where we'll be noticing on Twitter, a lot of those followers are very young, they're in their teens," Beers gushed about the expanding fanbase.
"And then we'll also hear from people in their 30s and people in their 50s.
(FYI, it wasn't, it was just De Luca trying to put drunk Jo to bed.) Karev then beat De Luca to a bloody pulp (goddamnit, Karev!
), and let's just say things aren't looking good for either of them.