Sarah: (On being hired, fired, then hired on Grey's Anatomy) I definitely did my fair share of sweating in the past year. It's all been really good news, though. Shonda wrote April for me because I've worked with her twice before. I walked into this role knowing it was only two episodes. I knew my character was going to be fired, so I wasn't expecting anything beyond those two episodes. And then they called me the morning after the "firing episode" aired to check my availability and talk about a contract, and I was just floored. It was wonderful because when I came back to work I had so much support. A lot of the cast members were like, "We were rallying for you to stay. We're so glad you're back." It was a wonderful surprise to move past those two episodes.