Karev befriends intern Jo Wilson in the ninth season. They start dating in the tenth season and break up in the twelfth season. However, they reconcile and marry in the fourteenth season. Karev later leaves Jo and remarries his ex-wife, Izzie Stevens, in season 16.
Meanwhile, Wilson becomes a surgeon and opens her own practice. She starts dating Jake Spencer, a fellow surgeon. However, when she learns that he has been seeing another doctor, she breaks up with him.
Later, it is revealed that Wilson was adopted and that she was raised by two lesbian parents. This makes her the first major character on Grey's Anatomy to come out as gay. Her adoptive mother, Dr. Meredith De Luca, appears occasionally during her relationship with Karev and their marriage. After losing her husband to cancer, Wilson decides to pursue her dream of becoming a surgeon and joins the hospital staff under Dr. Derek Shepherd. The two develop a close friendship and eventually begin an affair. When Dr. Shepherd learns of this relationship, he feels betrayed and ends their marriage so he can move on with his life. In the series finale, "Every Single Day", it is revealed that Drs. Shepherd and Wilson are getting divorced so she can pursue her dream of being a surgeon. Although disappointed, he supports her decision.
She goes through several surgeries and makes a full recovery from her injuries.
They become friends, but she develops feelings for Samuel, and they eventually become a romance in the third season before breaking up. They get back together near the end of the fourth season, but that is as far as they go with each other.
Rebecca's body is found by Samuel at the end of the fourth season. He believes she died in the plane crash but her death is actually caused by someone who wants him out of the picture so they can marry Elizabeth.
After these events, he decides to leave South Carolina to start over elsewhere.
Samuel is one of the main characters in the fifth season. It is revealed that Aaron's father, John Hancock, is still alive and that he is also a character on the show. The two meet when Aaron goes to New York City to see his father after being released from prison.
John tells him that she was murdered by Robert "Bobby" Charles, who has been working with Aaron's former girlfriend, Victoria Abbott. Bobby killed Rebecca because she knew about his involvement in the plane crash that killed Aaron's parents and wanted him to have nothing to do with Elizabeth, since she was already married to Thomas Neal.
Amber Millington handed Alfie the "Amber Millington Guide to Dating" book in Season 2, and Alfie had to do anything it suggested in the book to show himself an acceptable lover for her. They eventually became an official couple.
Jara Jara (J/erome and M/ara) is Mara Jaffray and Jerome Clarke's friendship/romantic partnership. Jerome has intense affections for Mara, as seen in Season 1..
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That appears to be out of the question for Season 16, at least for the time being. In terms of relationships, "love" as we know it has yet to emerge between Meredith and Alex. As of right now, Alex is in a relationship with his girlfriend Jo Wilson. He has been very secretive about her and doesn't seem interested in changing that.
However, this doesn't mean they can't end up together. After all, they are both doctors at the same hospital where people come first. And besides, love really isn't necessary to heal someone.
The opening episode of the program's last season flashes forward in time to show C.J. and Danny Concannon happily married and living in Santa Monica, California with their child. It is then revealed that this future scene takes place after both of them died in a car crash on the same day.
This leaves their son Jason concannon to pick up where they left off. As you might expect, things are not quite as happy between C.J. and Danny in heaven as they thought they were. In fact, it turns out that there is some serious trouble in paradise and it affects their relationship forever. The conclusion I came up with is that despite everything that happened, C.J. and Danny ended up together in heaven.
Heaven can only take us so far before we need God himself, who is always around to help us when we call him. So in the end, it isn't what we think that matters most but rather how we acted upon our thoughts during our lives on earth.