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If you want to work for Shonda Rhimes, there's one important thing to know: don't be a jerk.
Shonda Rhimes has not one, not two, but three hit shows on the air right now – and they're all on the same night!
As the creator of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal and the executive producer of How to Get Away with Murder, Rhimes seems to have the magic recipe for making a hit show.
"I don't think there is any sort of formula to it," Rhimes modestly tells PEOPLE of her success. "I just try to make something I would want to watch."
What makes Katherine Heigl feel like a full-fledged adult? Being called "Mommy."
Katherine Heigl is not hard to work with. She promises!
Shonda Rhimes isn't your typical college commencement speaker – she's a cool commencement speaker.
That might sound like a joke, but we're serious – over the course of a 20-minute speech at Dartmouth College's graduation ceremony Sunday, the Scandal show runner shared a number of lessons about the nature of success. But instead of the usual "follow your dreams" talking points, Rhimes, who graduated from Dartmouth in 1991, was open and honest about what it took for her to get to where she is today.
For 10 years Sandra Oh has brought the sassy, snarky Cristina Yang to life on ABC's Grey's Anatomy, but after a decade watching the no-nonsense doctor, it is time to say goodbye.
Here are some of the best "Oh" faces from over the years to help you through the stages of grieving Cristina's departure.