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It's hard to believe it has been seven years since Isaiah Washington was fired from Grey's Anatomy. That was an interesting period in the show's history. You had Washington get fired after making homophobic comments about TR Knight which forced TR to come out. Then you had TR and Katherine Heigl both walk away from the show and neither has been the same since. I don't think Katherine and TR speak much either. She was the one who convinced him to go because she didn't want to be the only one. With Sandra Oh leaving at the end of this season Shonda Rhimes decided to bring back her old love interest who left her at the altar for one episode airing in May. It makes sense. One thing I'm wondering though is if this is a one time thing or if Isaiah will get his old job back. The guy has barely worked since being fired and only now landed a gig on the CW in a show called The 100. Shonda giving him this chance is going to open a whole lot of doors that had been closed.
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