Grey's Anatomy: Details That Were Not Well Covered in Maggie Pierce' Story
On Grey’s Anatomy, Maggie Pierce (Kelly McCreary) has some great storylines that are easy to follow. However, a couple of details about her have not been discovered by fans.
Like most of the main characters in Grey’s Anatomy, the story of Maggie Pierce (Kelly McCreary) has been told in a open and direct manner, yet the flowing narrative didn''t prevented some details about her from going unnoticed, Here are some details about the character from the ABC series.
She has a genetic predisposition to Alzheimer's disease
The news in Grey's Anatomy was devastating for Richard (James Pickens Jr.), as it meant he could also lose his daughter. Fans may have noticed that he despaired of her much more after hearing the news.
Even though Richard is worried about Maggie's future health, it's not certain that she will suffer from the same illness as Adele (Loretta Devine) and Ellis (Kate Burton). A few scenes in the series also showed that people with genetic predisposition can still live healthy lives until they die.
She was a registered babysitter
There were many things Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) never knew about Maggie and one of those things was that she was registered with a child care agency as a teenager. Meredith found this out when she was looking for a babysitter to watch her stuff so she could visit Derek.
Maggie was always a motivated person who learnt to do most things at a young age, including reading, so this made sense. She graduated from both high school and college early, so it's no surprise that she learned how to make money early on.
Maggie hates camping
Jackson (Jesse Williams) never understood Maggie as well as Winston (Anthony Hill) did. Jackson's decision to take Maggie camping was wrong, although you can't completely blame him for that. It wasn't clear to him before he made the trip to Grey's Anatomy.