It may have been a while since Grey's Anatomy aired its winter finale, but don't worry – the doctors of Grey Sloane Memorial still relate way too much to the traumas that get wheeled in to the ER.
April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams) were still reeling after learning that their unborn baby has a fatal condition, and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) was as hot-and-cold about her relationship with Derek (Patrick Dempsey) as ever. However, she may have found a new Person. Or, well, a suitable stand-in, anyway.
Also, as ever, Dr. Herman (Geena Davis) is not here for anyone's BS.
After months of sweat, tears and exhausting workouts, a new Biggest Loser has been declared.
The Biggest Loser: Glory Days host Alison Sweeney began Thursday's live finale with three very different contestants in contention for taking home the $250,000 prize, but only one could be victorious in the end.
Toma Dobrosavljevic, a 33-year-old senior project manager from Addison, Illinois, faced off against Sonya Jones, a 39-year-old physical education teacher from Springfield, Illinois, and Rob Guiry, a 26-year-old rugby coach from Springfield, Massachusetts.
So who emerged victorious?
Despite being eliminated from The Bachelor on Monday night's episode, esthetician Juelia Kinney insists she has no hard feelings against the show's hunky star, Chris Soules.
"We both were fond of each other, but we just didn't have that chemistry," Kinney says.
While Soules’s lips may not have been completely in sync with Kinney’s, "Prince Farming" has proved that he is no rookie when it comes to planting – kisses, that is.
"It’s the worst thing in the world because you go into the hospital and you expect to leave with your baby," the Grey's Anatomy star says of Hannah's time in the NICU