'Grey's Anatomy' season 13 spoilers: Bridget Regan to guest star in episode 6; Alex tries to do the right thing

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Actress Bridget Regan will be making her debut in the current season of ABC’s long-running medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy.”

According to TV Line, “The Last Ship” actress will be appearing during episode 6 titled “The Room Where it Happens.” However, details of her character remain under wraps.

Regan also took to her Twitter to share her excitement for guesting as she posted a cover of the script written by Meg Marinis and directed by Debbie Allen. The caption reads, “Lucky me #Greys AND @msdebbieallen #HELLO! (Also who else has @leslieodomjr’s voice in their head singing this episode title?)”

Following the exciting return of Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) after spending some time in New York, the narrative will focus on Alex trying to do the right thing. It can be recalled that he had an altercation with a colleague that led to him to being imprisoned.

Titled “Falling Slowly,” episode 4 will see the doctor doing the best he can to be on the good side; however, it appears that life does not want to give him a break. Meanwhile, Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April (Sarah Drew) attempt to adjust to their new normal as they are now parents to baby Harriet.

Elsewhere, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Nathan (Martin Henderson) will establish what is really going on between them as Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) questions the state of her relationship with Owen (Kevin McKidd). The latter two got married when season 12 came to a close.

Down the line, episode 5 named “Both Sides Now” features Amelia sharing important news with her husband. In the hospital, Meredith and Bailey (Chandra Wilson) will be at odds when both of their patients need a liver transplant. On the other hand, Owen seeks help from other doctors when he is charged with babysitting Harriet for the day.

Season 13 episode 4 is slated to air on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. ET, to be followed by episode 5 on Oct. 20 and episode 6 dubbed “Roar” on Oct. 27.