Grey's Anatomy Photo Gallery: "Sympathy For the Parents"

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The action is really picking up on Grey's Anatomy, as we saw in last week's promo for Thursday's upcoming "Sympathy For the Parents." In the gallery of promotional photos below, it's clear that when Alex's brother comes to town, there's going to be serious hostility.

We're talking physical blows. As in a fist fight.

From what little we've learned about Alex's background so far, it isn't pretty in the least. And as the first family member of his to visit Seattle Grace, Aaron may be bringing more baggage than his older brother is ready to deal with. Should be very interesting.

Click to enlarge the Grey's Anatomy pictures below, then follow the jump for a bunch more and leave us a comment with what you think/hope will happen this week ...

Merizona
Family Rivalry Brewing
Karev vs. Karev
Bent Over
Meredith, Aaron and Arizona
Sympathy For the Parents Pic
Alright, Break it Up
Karevs
Callark
In a 'Zona
April and Lexie
Lexie and April
Mer-on
McChief
A Sexy Lexie
Doctor Mer Grey
Aaron Karev
Getting Floored
Rich Webb.

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I'm only excited about Alex. It's about freakin' time we know more about this guy. I don't even want to get any sort of excitement about MerDer (we know it's not going to end our way) or anything else. How sad.

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I'm not excited, I'm only excited to see Alex's story, I know that everything else is going to disappoint me. @anuflas
April is getting on my nerves. Especially on the last episode.

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Excited! Can't wait to see this. I hope that inspired by Aaron and Alex, Meredith beats up April. Who is the guy sitting in Derek's office? I think I've seen him before but can't remember... Bailey's back. I hope that she gets more airtime this episode. I've missed her.

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