Richard and Katherine’s ceremonial dinner through the Feb. 6 episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is the definition of awkward. Richard and Katherine’s relationship takes a flip and Maggie seems to be forward to a brand new chapter.
Maggie returns to Grey Sloan and runs proper into Jackson. He asks her if she’s coming to Richard and Katherine’s anniversary dinner. Maggie isn’t going to overlook the dinner, even when it means one other awkward run-in with Jackson. When Maggie arrives on the ceremonial dinner, there’s a clumsy stress within the room due to Richard and Katherine’s ongoing points. When Jackson will get there, it doesn’t get any higher.
Vic reveals up and brings Dean along with her. Just while you assume this ceremonial dinner can’t get extra awkward, it does. Vic didn’t know the main points of this ceremonial dinner. The precise dinner doesn’t get off to one of the best begin, particularly with Dean’s unintentionally impolite joke about Vic. There’s a lot not being stated between Jackson and Maggie, in addition to Katherine and Richard. Poor Vic and Dean.
Levi learns his beloved Uncle Saul is dying and races to see him. Levi tells him Nico is his boyfriend. Uncle Saul actually flatlines after listening to this and dies. They quickly meet a person named Daniel Schwartz, who was the love of Saul’s life. Daniel and Levi instantly hit it off and Daniel presents to show Levi learn how to put together Saul’s physique. Levi has so many questions on Saul, Gertie, and Daniel. He desires to know why Saul and Daniel weren’t collectively publicly. Daniel says he would have married Saul immediately however he didn’t know “how to be with someone who hated himself for loving me.” While Gertie knew about Saul and Daniel, it didn’t change the best way Saul felt about popping out.
Later, Levi and Nico go house. Levi tells his mom that he’s not going to cover who he loves like Saul did. He deserves to be beloved brazenly and with out judgment. She’s not really accepting him if she’s conserving him a secret. He says he’s shifting out and Nico proudly stands by his aspect.
In the center of dinner, Jackson makes a toast to Richard and Katherine. “You two are the gold standard,” he says. If solely Richard and Katherine felt that method. After Jackson’s toast, Katherine begins having second ideas concerning the separation. He thinks it’s the wine. She says it’s not. Richard desires her to apologize for not standing by him, not exhibiting any loyalty, and making him depart behind the hospital that he constructed. She does apologize — however not fully. Richard says it’s too late for them to make this work.
Later, Katherine and Richard start bickering on the dinner desk. Katherine admits to everybody that she thinks Richard has a girlfriend and that’s who he’s been texting. Richard reveals her proof that’s not the case. He’s truly been texting Alex about Maggie working the cardio division. This doesn’t change the present animosity between Katherine and Richard. Katherine will get up and walks out of the room. “It’s over now,” she says. Katherine and Richard’s separation and impending divorce is formally out within the open.
Jackson comforts his mom and Vic walks in. They have Katherine’s blackberry cobbler collectively. Meanwhile, Maggie and Richard speak. She asks him if he thinks it’s actually over with Katherine. “I do, unfortunately,” he admits. As they’re sitting there, Maggie decides to take the gig that Richard provided her earlier.
When Maggie and Jackson depart, Katherine and Richard proceed to speak. Katherine is stuffed with bitterness and tries to get below Richard’s pores and skin by saying he’s dragging Maggie down with him. Richard is aware of that Katherine seems like she has to regulate every little thing and might’t stand that she’s not controlling this. Things between them get hostile. Katherine takes it to a brand new stage by inserting a name asking to place out feelers about shopping for Richard’s hospital. Katherine is a decided girl and isn’t going to offer Richard a simple time. Before she walks out the door, she makes positive to inform Richard, “I’m not sorry about a damn thing.” Now that’s a mic drop.