ABC has released sneak peeks from Grey’s Anatomy season 9, episode 22 “Do You Believe In Magic,” featuring guest star Hilarie Burton. Watch them here!

Fans will get to see the after effects of the CDC investigation of Bailey in Grey’s Anatomy season 9, episode 22 “Do You Believe In Magic.” She’s refusing to talk to anyone and has Weber taking care of her patients. Meanwhile, a new doctor comes to help Arizona on a infant. Turns out it’s someone from her past!

Get a look at the drama with these Grey’s Anatomy season 9, episode 22 “Do You Believe In Magic” sneak peeks below:

The doctors are amazed when a patient is rushed into the hospital after being sawed in half. Turns out she’s a magician’s assistant who was injured during a magic trick.

Arizona is surprised to find that she knows the new craniofacial specialist called in to help with one of her patients. From the way Arizona acts when she sees the specialist, they had some sort of past!

Alex and Jo are still upset with each other and Jo can’t seem to decide what she wants from him.

The synopsis for Grey’s Anatomy season 9, episode 22 “Do You Believe In Magic” is:

THERE’S MAGIC IN THE AIR AT GREY SLOAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL,
ON ABC’S “GREY’S ANATOMY”

Guest Starring Hilarie Burton (“White Collar”), Jason George (“Sunset Beach”)
And Jennifer Bassey (“All My Children”)

“Do You Believe In Magic” – The doctors reach out to Bailey but she continues to shut everyone out; after an incident with Ethan’s grandmother, Owen fears the child could end up in foster care; and a new craniofacial specialist (Hilarie Burton) arrives at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital to work on a young patient; meanwhile, a magician’s assistant is rushed into the ER after a magic trick goes terribly wrong, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 2 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Where do you think Arizona knows the new doctor from? Do you think Bailey will forgive the rest of the doctors in ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 9, episode 22?

Photo credit: ABC/Ron Tom

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Edited by Karen Rought