Dec 20, 2016 09:09 AM EST

'Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Spoilers: Jessica Capshaw Reveals Reason Behind Character Entering Prison; Details For New Season Unveiled!

"Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 Part 2 will feature more twist and turns in the new season. In Season 13 Part 2 of the tv series it is revealed that the doctors will be brought out of their comfort zone for a reason plus Arizona Robbins played by Jessica Capshaw will have a short moment in jail but for a different reason.

According to TVGuide, Capshaw revealed in an interview that her character in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 will go to jail but not as a prisoner or a sentence from something done wrong but for a special and intricate ask. Though in reality it should really be the other way around as the inmate/patient will be the one to go to the hospital for check up.

But in this case, Arizona Robbins who is played by Jessica Capshaw will be the one to go into a maximum security prison since the prisoner is said to be very dangerous and could harm the general public. With that being said, Robbins will be placed outside her comfort zone, meeting with an inmate/patient who is very dangerous.

According to Gamenguide, Arizona Robbins will be accompanied by Miranda Bailey played by Chandra Wilson and Jo played by Camilla Luddington. The three doctors will enter the maximum security prison for one main purpose and that is a simple procedure to be done to the patient. "Grey's Anatomy "Season 13" Part 2 will be risky for the doctors plus it will be out of their comfort zone making it more dangerous for them as they try to deal with the inmate who is said to be very aggressive.

In conclusion, "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 Part 2 will feature Arizona Robbins going to jail for medical purpose. It might be very risky for the doctors but we will just have to see and find out ourselves when the season is ready to be shown. For more details about the latest news and updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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