Um, 'Grey's Anatomy' Fans Have a Theory Zola Might Die Soon

[There are spoilers ahead for last night’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy. If you haven’t watched yet, feel free to return to this post at a later date!]

On last night’s Grey’s Anatomy, the writers seemingly remembered that Meredith’s daughter Zola has spina bifida, and she had emergency surgery to repair the shunt in her brain. And while the surgery went off without any complications, Grey’s fans aren’t necessarily convinced.

Meredith has been *through it* on this show, and she’s lost a lot of people incredibly close to her. I mean, the list is long: Derek, Lexie, Mark, her mom, George…. It goes on, quite literally. So when Zola had to have emergency surgery, it was easy for fans to assume things would not go well. And when the surgery did end up being successful, that still wasn’t enough.

One person wrote on Reddit, “I think Grey’s has given me trust issues, because I have a horrible fear that Zola will somehow die from some rare post-op complication from this and I WILL sue.”

And they weren’t the only person to say that. Another person on Twitter wrote, “Yeah, I’m not celebrating Zola’s successful surgery just yet. I’m not new, I’ve been at this for 16 seasons now.”

Yeah, I’m not celebrating Zola’s successful surgery just yet. I’m not new, I’ve been at this for 16 seasons now. 👀🥺 #GreysAnatomy

NOPE NOPE NOPE!! I can’t trust #GreysAnatomy. Zola is a miracle baby don’t even …. we love Zola! pic.twitter.com/JIAzh2QgyU

But here’s the thing. Grey’s hasn’t been nearly as doom-and-gloom in the past few seasons as it was in the first, say, ten, and one person on Reddit pointed that out. “That’s something the old Grey’s would do…. The show is way too lighthearted to make that happen. Which I guess is kind of a good thing because that would be absolutely devastating.”

Great point. So valid. Also, RT if you cried at this line last night…

“derek did a beautiful job with her shunt the first time”- #GreysAnatomy pic.twitter.com/YzJCmxWpms

SOBBING. It’s fine.


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