“Grey’s Anatomy” is not done with booking guest stars with Constance Zimmer; as a matter of facts, they have just signed on an alum of another former HBO comedy in “Hung” to a multi-episode story that is still largely being kept under wraps.
Here is what we can tell you about this story thus far. According to Entertainment Weekly, Eddie Jemison is slated to appear in multiple episodes of the show as the character of Stan Grossman, an intelligent and “nerdy” man who is going to be at Seattle Grace for at a certain amount of time. It is not clear if he is going to be an employee at the hospital or a patient for the time being, but either way it should mark for an interesting twist on the sort of characters we have grown accustomed to seeing on the show as of late.
While it was pretty assured that the first half of this season was going to focus largely on the aftermath of the plane crash, whether it be via the lawsuit with the hospital, Arizona overcoming her insecurities about having only one leg, or Derek recovering from his hand injury. However, much of the spring season is still a mystery. We know that Bailey is going to have to figure out where she stands with Ben now following the wedding fiasco, but other than that we anticipate it being much about relationship growth between a pregnant Meredith and Derek, Cristina and Owen finding their way again as a couple, and Jackson and April figuring out whether they are better off as a couple, or as single people in the world.
What do you think about this casting? If you want to learn when Zimmer is going to first appear on the show, all you have to do is visit the story that is online over at the link here.