‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Says Season 14 Premiere Is ‘Hysterical’

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Grey’s Anatomy is known for bringing the drama, but according to one star, come season 14 there will be some more light-hearted moments on the show, and we are SO ready for it.

During an interview with E! News this week, Jessica Capshaw, who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins on the ABC show, teased what’s in store for fans this season on the long-running medical drama, and it’s not as intense as you’d expect.

“We did a table read for both the first and second episodes and they are righteously hysterical,” Capshaw told E! News about season 14’s first two episodes. “They are so much fun and very, sort of, going back to first and second season Grey’s.”

While we love the current cast and vibe of Grey’s Anatomy, getting back to the roots of the first and second seasons — which featured a lot of laughs as the new residents were trying to make a splash at Seattle Grace Hospital — sounds awesome.

“It’s very funny. It’s very irreverent, and funny and sort of on its side,” the actress, who has been on the series for 10 seasons now, continued. “I think it’s what you remember and love about the beginnings of the original group.”

With all of the drama and cliffhanger moments that season 13 gave us, we really can’t wait to see the “hilarious” side that Capshaw is so excited about come September. What do you think will happen next season to bring on the laughs?

Grey’s Anatomy returns for season 14 with a two-hour premiere on September 28, 2017 at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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