Martin Henderson, Grey's Anatomy

ABC

Ohhhh myyyy. 

That's about all we can say about the end of that episode of Grey's Anatomy, even after we just watched Wilmer Valderrama('s character) die, and Jo reject Alex, and Calzona continue to ruin us. More on those things in a minute, because Mer got her groove back with the last person we expected. 

After a long day of tricky surgeries and destroying Amelia for taking over Derek's life (more on that in a minute, too), Meredith was about to head home, until she encountered Riggs in the parking lot. He told her he hoped she started to feel better. She said she felt fine, he said yeah right, and they got into a nice little fight in the parking lot. 

After some back and forth "what do you want"-ing, Mer grabbed his face and pulled him into the hottest parking lot makeout sesh we've seen in a very long time. 

"This could make things a little awkward," Riggs pulled away for one second to say, and Meredith's response was also ours. 

"Just shut up." 

This little hook-up was partly spurred on by Meredith's anger at Amelia. Amelia inspired Owen to sell Derek's trailer. Amelia had Derek's job. And now, Amelia and Owen--who was also Meredith's best friend's ex-husband--had started talking moving in together, and marriage, and kids, and all kinds of things that were just too much for Meredith to handle. 

Amelia, however, was over the moon, and she even ended up proposing to Owen after an hour of the both of them almost proposing to each other. Based on the previews for next week, which include a wedding, it looks like he said yes.

Now for the sad news. 

Wilmer Valderrama's time on the show has come to an end, as Kyle died on the operating table, right after he and Stephanie had rekindled their romance. Stephanie even watched it happen, and Amelia tried to explain what happened, but we did not understand the words she said other than "brain." It sucked. 

Callie, meanwhile, broke up with Penny, because now that she couldn't take Sofia with her, she didn't want to follow Penny to her fellowship. We kinda wonder how she thought she could take Sofia away from Arizona if she couldn't deal with the other way around, but we haven't understood Callie in a while. Arizona first dealt with Callie asking for changes in the schedule, but then she put her foot down: Arizona doesn't have to be nice anymore. 

Finally, Jo said no. She officially rejected Alex's proposal, even though Alex is the best and the sweetest, and it makes no sense. Damn you, Jo. Damn you, show. 

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

What did you think of tonight's episode? Sound off in the comments!

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