Grey’s Anatomy: Episode 13.17 Promo – Owen, Amelia talk it out

Are you ready for Grey’s Anatomy season 13 episode 17 to come on the air? It’ll be around in one week, and with an episode entitled “Till I Hear It From You” that is probably going to be emotional, important, and also one that constantly keeps you on your toes from start to finish.

Just as you would expect from us, we’ve also got some of the first details now in terms of what to expect from it.

Synopsis – “Diane Pierce returns to Grey Sloan, but Maggie is still in the dark as to why she’s really there. Owen and Amelia hash out their problems as they work a trauma case together, and Bailey tries to mend her relationship with Richard.”

This episode obviously is going to be a big one for the character of Maggie, given that she’s still not sure what’s going on with her mother after not getting much in the way of an update on her condition. We definitely hope that she doesn’t remain in the dark forever, mostly because the thought of that is rather depressing. We also think that Diane will clue her in eventually, given that there is no reason for her to do anything otherwise other than holding on to some emotions from a tense past conversation. Eventually, some of these feelings and sentiments eventually give away and allow some characters opportunities to be a little bit more reflective.

As for Owen and Amelia, we do hope that they figure this out for two simple reasons: We love the characters, and we also want to see an example of two characters on this show being able to work through some of their issues. This is not something that we tend to see on a regular basis, so it’d be nice to see that change here or there. These two characters are the perfect people to be at the center of it, mostly because they’ve both been in situations before where their relationship didn’t work as planned.

Promo – This is going to be a story very much about relationships, and Owen / Amelia aren’t the only ones that shine here. We’ve also got a glimpse of Meredith and Riggs in here.