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As a throwback and to let new fans of Justin know how cool it is that Lindsay Wagner is playing Alex Karev’s mom in this Thursday’s (tonight!) episode of Grey’s Anatomy, I tweeted this clip of Justin talking about Lindsay.

Justin retweeted the clip and added that it was a dream come true to work with her on Grey’s. So happy for Justin that he got this opportunity to work with Lindsay on the show, and even more so because she plays someone so important for his character.💖

Nayah Damasen, who played Kimmie in several episodes this season, posted another BTS pic from when she was filming episode 14.19 (“Beautiful Dreamer”) with “awesome dude” Justin, and wrote a really sweet caption.


This Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy episode is titled “Fight For Your Mind.” It’s an important one for Alex fans because we’re finally meeting his mom, Helen Karev, played by Lindsay Wagner. This is the episode synopsis:

“Fight For Your Mind” – Alex and Jo go on a road trip to Iowa to find Alex’s mom, whom he hasn’t heard from in a very long time. Meanwhile, Meredith gives a presentation on her mini-livers project, which attracts a ton of attention; and Jackson works to rebuild the foundation after its reputation is threatened, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

It’ll also be Jesse Williams’ directorial debut, and he posted this BTS photo of himself directing Justin in a scene. Jesse will be live-tweeting during Grey’s this week, and he promises stories and more photos from set.

There are two Grey’s promos for this episode, a TGIT promo and a sneak peek featuring Alex searching for his mom with Jo. Check it all out below.

Grey’s Anatomy Promo #1

Grey’s Anatomy Promo #2

TGIT Promo

Sneak Peek


Screencaps from last week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy have finally been added to the archive.

Screencaps > 14.21 – Bad Reputation
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Here is another behind-the-scenes photo from episode 14.21 posted by young actor Harlo Haas (source in the tweet) on the set of Grey’s with Sarah Utterback and Justin.

Sarah Utterback wrote an essay for the Shondaland site about her life, revisiting her Grey’s character, and she mentions Justin too. I’ll only post the part related to him, but it’s a great piece and I recommend reading it in its entirety at the link.

Shondaland: ‘Not Yet…’

Even my character, Nurse Olivia, has lapped me: Spoiler alert, but in my return to “Grey’s Anatomy,” we find out she’s moved, she’s married, she’s had a child. Naturally, this is what she’s been up to in her years since leaving Seattle Grace, so wouldn’t it make sense that I’d be up to the same?

I decided to get real with one person on set — Justin Chambers. And getting real always has its rewards. In response to his marriage and babies inquiry, I said, “No. I’m pretty much in the same place. I don’t know what that tells you about me, but I do know I’ve grown and feel like a much more present, grounded, and grateful person.”

“Because you’ve lived your life,” he said.

And he was right: I have. Rather than looking down at what little I felt I had to offer, Justin helped me acknowledge my evident personal growth, the comfort I now feel in my own skin, the self-awareness and confidence and sense of purpose I now carry — all things that will make me a better partner and parent, if I choose to inhabit those roles in the future. Even if my life looks pretty much the same, I feel completely different, and though it’s not a conversation starter, it’s still a milestone. Why don’t we value inner landmarks of growth in the same way we value outer achievements?

Below are tweets from Justin and Sarah about working together again.


In quite possibly the best Grey’s Anatomy news all season (for me at least), the legendary Lindsay Wagner, a.k.a. the Bionic Woman, will be playing Alex’s mom in next Thursday’s (May 3) episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

As many Justin fans know, he’s a longtime fan of Lindsay’s (his childhood crush) and she’s become a friend of his, so this news is especially cool. Check out what TVLine had to say about her casting:

nullGrey’s Anatomy found a literal Bionic Woman to play Alex’s estranged mother. As confirmed by TVLine, TV vet Lindsay Wagner has been cast in the pivotal role, and is set to appear in the May 3 episode.

Directed by Grey’s co-star Jesse Williams, the episode finds Alex (Justin Chambers) and Jo (Camilla Luddington) embarking on a trip to Iowa to find Alex’s mom, Helen, whom he hasn’t heard from in a very long time. The hour is a sequel of sorts to the March 15 ep, in which we caught a fleeting glimpse of a younger version of Alex’s mom, played by Emily Rutherfurd (The New Adventures of Old Christine).

Per Grey’s canon, Alex spent much of his childhood coping with a drug-addict father and schizophrenic mother (the latter of whom he had committed). He made his way through more than a dozen foster homes, spent time in juvenile detention and lost his virginity to a nurse at his high school at 15.

Lindsay Wagner’s official Twitter page confirmed the news and promised stories and pics from set! 😃


ABC released the promotional photos and synopsis for the penultimate episode of Grey’s Anatomy season 14. The link to the two photos featuring Justin is below, as well as the synopsis for episode 14.23 “Cold as Ice.”

“Cold as Ice” – One of Grey Sloan Memorial’s own is seriously injured, making the team reflect on what is truly important to them. Meanwhile, Nicole Herman pays a visit to Grey Sloan and talks to Arizona about an exciting opportunity, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 10 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

Promotional Photos > 14.23 – Cold as Ice
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The screencaps from last week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy, episode 14.20 “Judgment Day,” have been added to the archive.

Screencaps > 14.20 – Judgment Day

This week’s episode has the title “Bad Reputation,” and a familiar face from the past returns – nurse Olivia. Last Thursday, Sarah Utterback, who plays Olivia, posted this selfie with Justin from when she was on the set of Grey’s shooting this episode.

So good to catch up with this guy! One week from tonight! Woot! @greysabc #greysanatomy

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The synopsis, Grey’s and TGIT promos for the episode are below. There was one promotional photo of Justin released and it can be seen HERE.

“Bad Reputation” – The hospital brings in crisis management to help them sort out allegations against Harper Avery. Meanwhile, Nurse Olivia shows up at Grey Sloan with her son, throwing Alex and Jo for a loop; and Arizona decides to spend more time with Sofia who is having a hard time at school, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, APRIL 26 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.


Last Friday, ABC announced that Grey’s Anatomy has officially been picked up for season 15! It was already expected but still good to hear. The announcement also made it official that Grey’s now holds the record for the longest-running scripted primetime show on ABC. An impressive accomplishment that the show’s cast and crew should be very proud of. Congrats to all!👏👏

I added four photos of Justin in Beverly Hills last week to the photo archive.

Beverly Hills – April 17
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Justin posted on his Instagram about the short film Corazón which is based on a real-life patient story, and written by his friend Kelley Sane. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and can now be watched at corazonfilm.com.

#JohnHillcoat film. Written by @KelleySane. @Corazonfilm. See trailer… Corazonfilm.com

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