Casts have since teased that the "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 Finale is going to be intense. It is going to be explosive, and it involves a fire and a character's death.
The show is nearing the end of the season and fans are eager to know what happens. The cast have remained coy when it comes to spoilers, but they have shared their own thoughts on the season-ender in respective interviews. According to Pop Sugar, Jessica Capshaw (Dr. Arizona Robbins) said something happens that is "quite explosive" but would not tell who it is about.
Suffice to say, the cast were shocked during the table read for "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 Finale. Caterina Scorsone (Amelia Shepherd) revealed that jaws dropped when the casts learned what happens in the last episode.
Meanwhile, Ellen Pompeo (Meredith Grey) had hinted at a pivotal death scene in the last episode. She teased that the finale is going to be very emotional and that she cannot wait to make viewers cry. It is interesting to point out that Capshaw hinted at a person when she talked about the explosive event in the finale. "But I can't tell you who it's about," she said. Perhaps she also referred to the character's death as being the explosive moment in the "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 Finale.
Meanwhile, Debbie Allen (Catherine Avery) said that "the end of this season is hot." Of course, she did not expound on her statement, but it aligns with what showrunner Shonda Rhimes described the "Greys' Anatomy" Season 13 Finale. She told Entertainment Weekly that the episode is on fire.
A scenario could be the hospital catches fire and a patient or one of the doctors die. However, Rhimes remained coy when asked for details. Regardless, Allen chimed in and said viewers should be worried because the last episode is "going to be hot for real." Rhimes added that the "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 Finale sets up the storyline for Season 14.