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Still find this scene doesn’t make any sense. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for a double-certified Dr. Robbins. But the two were talking about getting a surrogate the whole day, why did Arizona act so surprise when Callie brought it up? It seems the idea of having another baby has slipped off her mind since there’s something bigger for her present itself. Does she really want to have another baby, or is she going back to the selfish, only thinking about herself Arizona after getting the forgiveness from Callie?    

It was a badly written scene for a couple reasons. First they both thought each other was talking about the same thing. Why on earth would Arizona think that Callie had been thinking about her taking that fellowship when it hadn’t even been seriously discussed before that? They had been only discussing surrogacy between them that day. It is totally fine for Arizona to want to discuss the fellowship with her wife - she SHOULD do that - BUT after hearing what Callie was referring to she should have listened to her thoughts about that first (since they had been trying to sort it out that day) and then brought up the fellowship later that day or even later in the conversation. They really have such poor communication and listening skills. But bottom line I do not like it when the writers set up these dramatic moments that do not ring true. All the way back to putting Callie in the doctor/wife role in the amputation. So unbelievable that it would ever happen like that down to the a peds fellow making the cut. smh. It is moments like these that make it feel a little too soap opera-ish.

It is a bit jarring how Arizona can go from baby to fellowship in the span of a work day. Both are very serious, life-changing, time-consuming things - and not that she can’t have both, but I’d like to know why it’s so easy for her to quickly discard something that’s seemingly very important to her (and her wife).

Guys! But look at the whole day in context. You had Arizona ask Callie to consider surrogacy and twice Callie pushed it back. So maybe from that point of view I can understand Arizona’s hesitation. What I did not like was both Arizona and Callie did not hear each other out. Both were on thr own trip. That’s frustrating. Callie was like with a new baby you wanna go to school and Arizona was like oh how come you want a baby now.
What’s idiotic is that I have been waiting for 2 seasons for Calzona to just TALK! :-p
Whatever thr issues are it better be worth the damn wait! Lol!

All that tells me - if that is truly the case - is that Arizona does not know Callie very well. She always responds emotionally to something initially and then has a more rational approach later. SO….I think she deserved more than a work day to sort it out. She is clearly afraid of something and I am all in favor of surrogacy not happening. It is just that scene was set up poorly in my opinion. But you are right - real talk and listening need to happen and we only have the set up in the premiere. We actually have no idea which path this storyline will take for them personally. I am still cautious after the unexpected path of 10A. I am just trusting Jessica’s interviews right now. :)



If Arizona hesitated because Callie rejected the idea a couple times, they wouldn’t buy the house. Callie didn’t like it at first and even tried to stop it before they signed the paper. Arizona should know better that that is Callie’s way of dealing with things.I can’t agree more that this is a terribly bad set up. I bet that their opening of the next episode will be the two arguing over the fellowship, Arizona walk away frustrated saying she won’t do it. Then something happen to one of their patient and by the end of the day Arizona make a big speech or Callie simply realize how great this would be for Arizona… they come to an agreement and then kiss on the cheek or sharing a hug.Anyone watch enough soap opera can write the show now.

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wicked210:

nyladreams:

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in-toxication:

Still find this scene doesn’t make any sense. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for a double-certified Dr. Robbins. But the two were talking about getting a surrogate the whole day, why did Arizona act so surprise when Callie brought it up? It seems the idea of having another baby has slipped off her mind since there’s something bigger for her present itself. Does she really want to have another baby, or is she going back to the selfish, only thinking about herself Arizona after getting the forgiveness from Callie?    

It was a badly written scene for a couple reasons. First they both thought each other was talking about the same thing. Why on earth would Arizona think that Callie had been thinking about her taking that fellowship when it hadn’t even been seriously discussed before that? They had been only discussing surrogacy between them that day. It is totally fine for Arizona to want to discuss the fellowship with her wife - she SHOULD do that - BUT after hearing what Callie was referring to she should have listened to her thoughts about that first (since they had been trying to sort it out that day) and then brought up the fellowship later that day or even later in the conversation. They really have such poor communication and listening skills. But bottom line I do not like it when the writers set up these dramatic moments that do not ring true. All the way back to putting Callie in the doctor/wife role in the amputation. So unbelievable that it would ever happen like that down to the a peds fellow making the cut. smh. It is moments like these that make it feel a little too soap opera-ish.

It is a bit jarring how Arizona can go from baby to fellowship in the span of a work day. Both are very serious, life-changing, time-consuming things - and not that she can’t have both, but I’d like to know why it’s so easy for her to quickly discard something that’s seemingly very important to her (and her wife).

Guys! But look at the whole day in context. You had Arizona ask Callie to consider surrogacy and twice Callie pushed it back. So maybe from that point of view I can understand Arizona’s hesitation. What I did not like was both Arizona and Callie did not hear each other out. Both were on thr own trip. That’s frustrating. Callie was like with a new baby you wanna go to school and Arizona was like oh how come you want a baby now.

What’s idiotic is that I have been waiting for 2 seasons for Calzona to just TALK! :-p

Whatever thr issues are it better be worth the damn wait! Lol!

All that tells me - if that is truly the case - is that Arizona does not know Callie very well. She always responds emotionally to something initially and then has a more rational approach later. SO….I think she deserved more than a work day to sort it out. She is clearly afraid of something and I am all in favor of surrogacy not happening. It is just that scene was set up poorly in my opinion. But you are right - real talk and listening need to happen and we only have the set up in the premiere. We actually have no idea which path this storyline will take for them personally. I am still cautious after the unexpected path of 10A. I am just trusting Jessica’s interviews right now. :)

If Arizona hesitated because Callie rejected the idea a couple times, they wouldn’t buy the house. Callie didn’t like it at first and even tried to stop it before they signed the paper. Arizona should know better that that is Callie’s way of dealing with things.
I can’t agree more that this is a terribly bad set up. I bet that their opening of the next episode will be the two arguing over the fellowship, Arizona walk away frustrated saying she won’t do it. Then something happen to one of their patient and by the end of the day Arizona make a big speech or Callie simply realize how great this would be for Arizona… they come to an agreement and then kiss on the cheek or sharing a hug.
Anyone watch enough soap opera can write the show now.

— 9 hours ago with 25 notes
#grey's anatomy  #callie torres  #arizona robbins 
Still find this scene doesn’t make any sense. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for a double-certified Dr. Robbins. But the two were talking about getting a surrogate the whole day, why did Arizona act so surprise when Callie brought it up? It seems the idea of having another baby has slipped off her mind since there’s something bigger for her present itself. Does she really want to have another baby, or is she going back to the selfish, only thinking about herself Arizona after getting the forgiveness from Callie?    

Still find this scene doesn’t make any sense. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for a double-certified Dr. Robbins. But the two were talking about getting a surrogate the whole day, why did Arizona act so surprise when Callie brought it up? It seems the idea of having another baby has slipped off her mind since there’s something bigger for her present itself. Does she really want to have another baby, or is she going back to the selfish, only thinking about herself Arizona after getting the forgiveness from Callie?    

— 12 hours ago with 25 notes
#grey's anatomy  #callie torres  #arizona robbins  #1101 
I hate when people call GA fans hysterical like hi have you seen this show at all it’s not exactly unwarranted

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It was kinda quiet at work last Friday (my time zone is 12 hours ahead of US), only me, a colleague from my team and another one from the other team in the whole office. During our regular session of TBBT during lunch break (I started it months ago and my colleague is really hooked to it now), I told her how excited I was about the return of GA (I just finished it in the morning ‘secretly’), she started to ask question about the show. So, I showed her my favorite case - the cement boy. I walked her through the whole episode explaining the background stories and relationships of each character. To be honest, even I found it crazy of what the characters have gone through over the years.
And my colleague squeaked when Callie kissed Erica… can’t wait to show her the calzona first kiss.

(via thezenparadox)

— 3 days ago with 1221 notes
#grey's anatomy 

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11x01 Grey’s musings:

Shondland could we not afford a better wig for child Meredith or even better cast a child you don’t need to wig up? It looked cheap and fake.

Meredith is not hostile to Maggie because she knows she is her sister but because she has in a sense replaced Cristina. I am hoping this initial hostility will become something else when she does find out.

Owen’s hair is distracting me. In a Billy Idol sort of way.

Meredith are you sure you want to get in that bed where Jo was just naked?

Geena’s intro was a bit weird and confusing. Are we supposed to assume she is a regular attending rock star surgeon at GSMH who has been there awhile? Since Geena is just there for an arc will she just fade away into the invisible part of the hospital like she was in before? Did I miss something? Maybe we just don’t have all her details yet but they made it seem as if she had been there awhile.

The pacing was good and I enjoyed all of the episode - although the vending machine scene felt a bit forced to me and I hope for better MerDer interaction once Dempsey films for more than a day.

I loved Calzona in the episode. There was a relaxed and more organic interaction between them even when they were not “in sync” at the end. Felt normal - not traumatic and threatening.

I love the idea of Arizona doing something new because Peds has become a snoozefest (at least for me) with Alex getting on equal footing with his teacher now. It would be nice to see her raise her skills to an Addison level.

I am taking a wait and see approach with the direction this Calzona story line is going. Africa 2.0 seems too obvious right now and I don’t trust Shonda to be that obvious. I am not completely sure about Callie’s reasons for wanting a baby right now either. Her waffling about surrogacy and expecting the worst with that was unexpected, interesting and deeper than what it seemed on the surface I think. I am expecting some sharp twists and turns in their road ahead.

Was that side about meeting with the surrogacy counselor a fake or is that in 11x2?

I do still think the bottom line of their story is going to be highlighting the commitment between them.

I was thinking the same when Meredith climbed in that bed.

I have a feeling that they want to use Africa 2.0 to redeem Arizona. She dealt with Africa 1.0 very poorly, this is her chance to show us that she has grown and can handle the similar situation in a different, and better way. If so, that could ease Callie’s insecurity greatly.

— 5 days ago with 16 notes
#grey's anatomy  #calzona