Grey's Anatomy: Trouble in Paradise for Callie and Arizona?
Grey's Anatomy: Trouble in Paradise for Callie and Arizona?
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Things have been going quite swimmingly for Seattle Grace's resident lesbian couple Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) on Grey's Anatomy, but Capshaw herself advised fans to hold on tight and not be too complacent.

"This is a drama, of course," she says, "there will be conflict."

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For the mean time, however, the couple seems to be doing OK and things look "stable" she admits. The upcoming episode of Grey's Anatomy, for instance, is Arizona-centric, when a very rich and generous father of one of her patients donates a very handsome amount to research on his son's condition and the hospital. And all this happens on Arizona's birthday.

So far the couple have survived Callie's bible-carrying dad and near-transfer to Mercy West, and Arizona's "awesome" comments on the news of George (TR Knight) joining the army. But it won't stay that way this season. And Callie's vacillating sexuality may even have something to do with it, just because "her playing field is vast."

"Obviously the halls of Seattle Grace have been well known for missteps. These are doctors, they're in intense situations and their personal lives follow suit. They make mistakes. They kiss the wrong people, they sleep with the wrong people, they sleep with the right people, they kiss the right people. We get to see how things unfold and if there's forgiveness. Callie could find another guy or girl."

Is there a chance, though, that Callie might return to the arms of Sloan (Eric Dane), who now appears to be happy with Lexie (Chyler Leigh)? She might, but Arizona won't really take it seriously. "It's much more Arizona's style to find it very amusing."

Do you like this couple at all? Or would you rather have Callie chase guys again on Grey's Anatomy?


- Glenn L. Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: TV Guide
(Image courtesy of ABC)


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