‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Boss Shonda Rhimes Drops Ominous Clue About Season 13 Finale

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Grey’s Anatomy season 13 is flying by and now we have a very ominous clue about the season finale.

While there are still a few more episodes to go before the season 13 closer, Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes recently gave a tiny, but scary, clue about what’s to come. Needless to say, we’re getting nervous already.

“[Grey’s Anatomy executive producer Debbie Allen] and I like to say that the episode is on fire,” Rhimes told Entertainment Weekly at the Scandal 100th episode party on Saturday (April 8).

She didn’t exactly explain if she meant literal fire, but she did reiterate the fire element.

“That’s the only way we’re going to describe it,” she said. “It’s a pretty exciting episode that’s very on fire.”

Okay, this is NOT enough information for us. Is Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital on actual fire? Will there be a fire somewhere else and the doctors have to treat the victims? Will someone’s personal life go up in flames?

We have so many questions!

If you’re as worried as we are about what’s to come, you should be — at least according to Allen, who directed the finale.

“You should be worried. Be worried, because it’s that kind of night. It’s going to be that kind of a ride,” Allen, who directed the episode, told EW.

Based on the many intense finales the series has already done, we wouldn’t put it past Grey’s to literally burn down the house (or in the case, hospital). What do you think will happen on the Grey’s Anatomy season 13 finale?

Grey’s Anatomy airs on Thursdays on ABC at 8 p.m.


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