“Grey’s Anatomy” has reached its 300th episode — joining an elite group of prime-time series including “CSI,” “Law & Order,” “ER” and “Gunsmoke.” So when series creator Shonda Rhimes told cast member and producer Debbie Allen that she should direct Thursday night’s Very Special Episode, Allen realized the stakes were high. “Oh, no pressure, no...
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