When "Grey's Anatomy" picks up in Season 10 (two-hour premiere airs Thurs., Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC), the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial are still very much in the weeds, superstorm style.
I caught up with stars Chandra Wilson and Sara Ramirez -- who both had explosive Season 9 finales, in very different ways -- to talk about where we pick up and how everyone's dealing. And just talking about it inspired a poem! But that doesn't mean things are happy and zen -- in fact, it's quite the opposite. Watch the video interview, above, to see what they said.
The lights are back on in the hospital, but now there's a mudslide that's happening when the show picks back up and it takes out a bunch of firefighters with it. ("Because we have nothing else to do!" Wilson says with a laugh.) But beyond the natural disasters and death, there's also the aftermath of Callie (Ramirez) discovering that her wife Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) cheated on her.
"Callie is enraged, pain, anger, hurt, devastation ... and she's not afraid to show it," Ramirez said. "So she does not hide this from the rest of the hospital. She makes it loud and clear how she feels about it."
Watch above to hear more, including what's making this season "more fun, more interesting ... and possibly chaotic."
"Grey's Anatomy" two-hour Season 10 premiere airs Thursday, September 26 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.