We’re less than 24 hours away from saying “so long” to the iconic Cristina Yang. As fans gear up to say goodbye, Sandra sat down with TV Guide to salute the character she’s spent 10 seasons making unforgettable. Check out a bit of what she had to say below!
Though Oh says she has no regrets about her time on the show — “There are certain episodes where I wasn’t so crazy about [things], but I guess that’s the same thing with life,” she says — trying to describe the impact that Grey’s Anatomy has had on her gives her pause. “The thing that I feel most fearful about is not being able to act every day,” she says. “I love it. I feel that’s the risk that you take of having a safe and known entity at least for another chunk of time. It’s the ability to come and do your job and everything that goes along with it. It’s a certain amount of routine, people that you love, being familiar with the character.”
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A few days from now, we Grey’s fans will bid farewell to one of the greatest, most masterfully constructed female TV characters of all time, Cristina Yang. And though we’re not really ready to let her go, her impending departure brings to mind some of the other notable exits that have occurred on the show. Below are a few of the ones Entertainment Weekly has ranked amongst the most memorable.
Here’s what we know: In two days, Grey’s Anatomy fans will be forced to say goodbye to Cristina Yang. But what we don’t know is exactly how her exit will play out. Will Grey’s pull a George and decide to kill her? Will she simply walk away from the hospital like Erica Hahn did years ago?
Although we can’t answer those questions, we are preparing for Cristina’s exit in other ways. And today, we’ve ranked some of Grey’s Anatomy’s most memorable exits.
17. Heather Brooks: I’m sorry, but there’s no way it gets worse than getting killed off by being an idiot. Brooks saw Richard lying on the ground electrocuted, then she saw sparks, and decided to step into a puddle? Even Brooks wasn’t that dumb. Plus, dramatic impact on the show was minimal, because let’s be honest, who really noticed she was gone? (Other than Shane.)
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10. Ellis: Ellis’ death had a large impact on the scope of the show. With Meredith also dead — at the time — Ellis was finally able to tell her daughter, “You are anything but ordinary,” which we know would change Meredith forever. Honestly, how Ellis went didn’t matter much to me. It was more about that moment with Mer.
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9. Henry: Henry! Poor beautiful Henry was so lovable, and yet as soon as Teddy started really loving him, he went and died. And in terms of the death itself, this was a big one. Teddy asked Owen not to tell Cristina that her patient was Henry so that she’d go into “robot Cristina” mode and save the day. And when Henry died and Cristina realized what she’d done? I get chills just thinking about it.
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Any exit you think should have made the list that didn’t? Where do you think Cristina’s exit will rank after Thursday’s finale? Sound off below!
The end of Grey’s Anatomy season 10 is among us. And with the many season finale’s airing this week, TV Guide thinks one in particular is the one to watch! The following is a bit spoiler-y, so read at your own risk.Read More
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