As it turns out, they were all on time - for someone else's wedding (I guess the fact they didn't notice a non-Alex groom standing at the alter the whole time can be chalked up to creative license). Not only are April and Arizona leaving the hospital, but Jo gets a fellowship offer in Boston, meaning she and Alex may soon move as well. Meanwhile, the stress from the past year has taken a toll on Bailey, and she will re-evaluate some of her decisions, on the season finale of "Grey's Anatomy", THURSDAY, MAY 17 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand. There are happy moments with Alex and Jo tying the knot at last, but this will also be the last time that the Grey Sloan Memorial staff, as well as viewers, see April and Arizona. The bride and groom got locked in a shed with a dead body, most of the guests showed up at the wrong location, and the wedding planner almost died from an allergic reaction.
Here's why that third wedding was important, though: After receiving a windfall of money from her Trailblazer invention, Bailey realizes that life's too short, so she decides to take a sabbatical from being chief, enlisting Teddy to be interim chief.
Despite all the obstacles they faced that day, Alex and Jo did eventually get married, but it wasn't at the location they had original arrived at. While the guests, some inebriated, were awaiting the arrival of the celebrants, the anxious co-wedding planner goes into anaphylactic shock after accidentally eating a shrimp. A reveal that reportedly happened "weeks" before the wedding.
You can also find a way to live stream the Grey's Anatomy season finale if you're a DIRECTV NOW, YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV, or Playstation Vue subscriber. (It should be noted that Chambers and Luddington are expected to return next season).
The wedding episode did end up having the wedding that was planned at the end.
The question is, is it Owen's? So what can you expect from Grey's Anatomy season 14 episode 24 and what do you need to know in order to catch every second of the action?