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GREY’S ANATOMY
The matter of Derek and Meredith’s seemingly at-odds career paths will continue to intensify. “Derek is not wrong for wanting what he wants, and Meredith is not wrong for wanting what she wants,” explains series creator Shonda Rhimes. “It doesn’t make him a misogynist because he wants to follow his career. And it doesn’t make her wrong for wanting to stick to her guns and fight for what she wants to do. It puts them in a difficult position.” Between the marital woes, the “very interesting” complications triggered by the reveal of her surprise half-sister Maggie and the recent loss of her “person” Cristina, Mer will be on the prowl for a new shoulder to lean on. Enter Alex. “They’ve always had a very close relationship that didn’t need a lot of work because they had a million other people there,” she notes. “Now it’s just the two of them; they become closer out of necessity.” Callie and Arizona’s foray into surrogacy “brings up some issues,” while April and Jackson brace for their own new arrival later in the season — although how much later remains in flux, in light of Sarah Drew’s real-life pregnancy. “[Sarah] is more pregnant than April, so we have some math we’re trying to figure out,” shares Rhimes. “But we are not accelerating [April’s pregnancy]. We already have the first part of our season planned, and nobody’s giving birth in the first nine episodes.”
BONUS SPOILER | Rumor has it sparks will indeed fly between Owen and Amelia (newly-minted series regular Caterina Scorsone).
RETURN DATE | Thursday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c (ABC)
Source: TVLine



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Just a little reminder, therapy is mandatory for surrogacy (correct?)  If the “issues” revolve around superficial factors, it’ll be tough to watch.  I hope they release a spoiler soon that therapy is going to happen.  I’m scared the issues are going to be silly and petty and involve them disagreeing on the lady that tries to help them out.  Please bring back meaning-filled writing and eliminate the soapy trash tv, Shonda :) 

calzona-ga:

GREY’S ANATOMY

The matter of Derek and Meredith’s seemingly at-odds career paths will continue to intensify. “Derek is not wrong for wanting what he wants, and Meredith is not wrong for wanting what she wants,” explains series creator Shonda Rhimes. “It doesn’t make him a misogynist because he wants to follow his career. And it doesn’t make her wrong for wanting to stick to her guns and fight for what she wants to do. It puts them in a difficult position.” Between the marital woes, the “very interesting” complications triggered by the reveal of her surprise half-sister Maggie and the recent loss of her “person” Cristina, Mer will be on the prowl for a new shoulder to lean on. Enter Alex. “They’ve always had a very close relationship that didn’t need a lot of work because they had a million other people there,” she notes. “Now it’s just the two of them; they become closer out of necessity.” Callie and Arizona’s foray into surrogacy “brings up some issues,” while April and Jackson brace for their own new arrival later in the season — although how much later remains in flux, in light of Sarah Drew’s real-life pregnancy. “[Sarah] is more pregnant than April, so we have some math we’re trying to figure out,” shares Rhimes. “But we are not accelerating [April’s pregnancy]. We already have the first part of our season planned, and nobody’s giving birth in the first nine episodes.”

BONUS SPOILER | Rumor has it sparks will indeed fly between Owen and Amelia (newly-minted series regular Caterina Scorsone).

RETURN DATE | Thursday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c (ABC)

Source: TVLine

Thanks so much for keeping us up-to-date! You are our #1 news distributor ;)

Just a little reminder, therapy is mandatory for surrogacy (correct?)  If the “issues” revolve around superficial factors, it’ll be tough to watch.  I hope they release a spoiler soon that therapy is going to happen.  I’m scared the issues are going to be silly and petty and involve them disagreeing on the lady that tries to help them out.  Please bring back meaning-filled writing and eliminate the soapy trash tv, Shonda :) 

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nyladreams:

drtessarosetorres:

iphigeniaplantain:

there’s two different kinds of people in this world….

Oh, I see what the problem here is, clearly they are confused. They started wrong. See, they meant to start "When Arizona broke up with Callie and went to Africa…" Poor dear. All mixed up. They started all fucked up so the whole opinion was fucked up.

I like to refer to fans like Vanessa Castillo as Leah Murphy(s): a person/people who make stuff up and twist things around to fit their own likes and dislikes, as opposed to WHAT REALLY HAPPENED.

So true.  A lot of people speak and don’t hear themselves.  I don’t even think these people truly know themselves and are just looking for validation and self-esteem from others.  Whether it be in the forms of “likes” or “retweets” etc.  If it’s one thing I’ve learned about FB and twitter, strength truly doesn’t come from numbers.  They are just outlets for a lot of people to find some way to feel important.  

nyladreams:

drtessarosetorres:

iphigeniaplantain:

there’s two different kinds of people in this world….

Oh, I see what the problem here is, clearly they are confused. They started wrong. See, they meant to start "When Arizona broke up with Callie and went to Africa…" Poor dear. All mixed up. They started all fucked up so the whole opinion was fucked up.

I like to refer to fans like Vanessa Castillo as Leah Murphy(s): a person/people who make stuff up and twist things around to fit their own likes and dislikes, as opposed to WHAT REALLY HAPPENED.

So true.  A lot of people speak and don’t hear themselves.  I don’t even think these people truly know themselves and are just looking for validation and self-esteem from others.  Whether it be in the forms of “likes” or “retweets” etc.  If it’s one thing I’ve learned about FB and twitter, strength truly doesn’t come from numbers.  They are just outlets for a lot of people to find some way to feel important.  

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Love this! Even after all the pain and suffering, they still look for each other in a crowd & are the only one’s each other can see.  

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mpdays:

theluvlee1:

Question?  If the writers actually let Calzona explore each other in therapy, and of course, let them have a little bit of screen-time talking to each other, what do you think are their most important discussions to have?  They have so many things they need to discuss that were always brushed under a rug.  If the writers handle it right, what should be discussed in their therapy session.  Remember screen-time is limited to them :)

Don’t you think their big glaring issue dating all the way back to season 5 (and glaringly so in season 6 too) is the issue of being “enough” for each other. This great, once in a lifetime love they have pulls them back together time after time but their fears and insecurities about not being enough terrifies them to self-destruct or put bandaids all over their relationship rather than face the answer to that question…”Am I enough for you?” I think they are both running from asking that because through their own perceptions (not necessarily always reality or truth) there have been specific things that make them feel like they are not enough. To discover and rest in the knowledge that they are enough will free them in a beautiful way. If the writers do not FINALLY capitalize on Daring Greatly I will consider it a tragedy. :)
And welcome back Luvlee!

Thankyou ;)
I was just making a list of important topics that could or should be discussed.  ”Am I enough for you?” is the most important question for any couple who want to make it work.  But what will they discuss that will ultimately lead them to ask that question?
Possible discussions—what’s the most important?
1. Arizona’s private past (she’s mysterious to us; is she mysterious to Callie to?)
2. Callie’s true goals & desires in life (she tends to go through the motions without thinking anything through; she needs some serious self reflection)
3. Why do they choose each other?  (Are they really each other’s person or are they trying to mold each other to fit the other’s needs)
4. Arizona’s miscarriage  ( Was this the ultimate loss for Arizona?)  Was it her leg that lead to the infidelity or was it the loss of a baby?  Or was it truly Callie’s reaction to both?   
5. Mark ( does he have to be discussed in therapy?)
Callie and Arizona keep diving into situations and making decisions that anchor them together.  Even after their greatest destruction’s, they’ve made decisions that make it difficult for them to break apart.  So even though they ask that question, am I enough?, they make sure it’s quite difficult for them to break free of each other.  Rings, babies, a home, buying a hospital together, are surefire signs they will do anything to be enough for each other.

mpdays:

theluvlee1:

Question?  If the writers actually let Calzona explore each other in therapy, and of course, let them have a little bit of screen-time talking to each other, what do you think are their most important discussions to have?  They have so many things they need to discuss that were always brushed under a rug.  If the writers handle it right, what should be discussed in their therapy session.  Remember screen-time is limited to them :)

Don’t you think their big glaring issue dating all the way back to season 5 (and glaringly so in season 6 too) is the issue of being “enough” for each other. This great, once in a lifetime love they have pulls them back together time after time but their fears and insecurities about not being enough terrifies them to self-destruct or put bandaids all over their relationship rather than face the answer to that question…”Am I enough for you?” I think they are both running from asking that because through their own perceptions (not necessarily always reality or truth) there have been specific things that make them feel like they are not enough. To discover and rest in the knowledge that they are enough will free them in a beautiful way. If the writers do not FINALLY capitalize on Daring Greatly I will consider it a tragedy. :)

And welcome back Luvlee!

Thankyou ;)

I was just making a list of important topics that could or should be discussed.  ”Am I enough for you?” is the most important question for any couple who want to make it work.  But what will they discuss that will ultimately lead them to ask that question?

Possible discussions—what’s the most important?

1. Arizona’s private past (she’s mysterious to us; is she mysterious to Callie to?)

2. Callie’s true goals & desires in life (she tends to go through the motions without thinking anything through; she needs some serious self reflection)

3. Why do they choose each other?  (Are they really each other’s person or are they trying to mold each other to fit the other’s needs)

4. Arizona’s miscarriage  ( Was this the ultimate loss for Arizona?)  Was it her leg that lead to the infidelity or was it the loss of a baby?  Or was it truly Callie’s reaction to both?   

5. Mark ( does he have to be discussed in therapy?)

Callie and Arizona keep diving into situations and making decisions that anchor them together.  Even after their greatest destruction’s, they’ve made decisions that make it difficult for them to break apart.  So even though they ask that question, am I enough?, they make sure it’s quite difficult for them to break free of each other.  Rings, babies, a home, buying a hospital together, are surefire signs they will do anything to be enough for each other.

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Question?  If the writers actually let Calzona explore each other in therapy, and of course, let them have a little bit of screen-time talking to each other, what do you think are their most important discussions to have?  They have so many things they need to discuss that were always brushed under a rug.  If the writers handle it right, what should be discussed in their therapy session.  Remember screen-time is limited to them :)

Question?  If the writers actually let Calzona explore each other in therapy, and of course, let them have a little bit of screen-time talking to each other, what do you think are their most important discussions to have?  They have so many things they need to discuss that were always brushed under a rug.  If the writers handle it right, what should be discussed in their therapy session.  Remember screen-time is limited to them :)

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theluvlee1:

I had to do this, I’m sorry.  The difference in these reactions is so telling. She could break my heart & it could make me crazy to broken hearted & I am going to be sick.  They have become so dark after the last two years, such a contrast to what they once were.

This is what I was talking about on an earlier post of yours. In 8x18 it was cute and sexy jealousy (can’t say I wouldn’t mind seeing Arizona experience that kind for an episode).

In 9x24 it was - no one deserves to have their heart treated so carelessly like that. Huge difference. No commitments or vows were broken in the first one and in the end Callie realized that Arizona had committed to her ONLY. In the second one commitments were broken and Callie was left feeling their relationship was a lie at that point (see 10x2 and 10x3 for confirmation of that). Way too dark for them for too long.

Yes! Exactly what you were referring to in our earlier posts. The only time we’ve seen Arizona jealous was when she found out about Callie & Karev. And we all know how jealous Arizona reacts (bricks)

In Season 10, Arizona became careless, wreckless, numb, & empty. And she played with emotions and minds.  Apparently she wanted to start over and find a life that fit her.  And Callie reminded her of what she was before she lost her leg.  So maybe a piece of her wanted to eliminate Callie, to try and start over in her new life.  This could maybe explain her not fighting for Callie.  And the moment Callie gave an inclination that she wanted to fight for their relationship, there was no hesitation in Arizona.  She never questioned it for a second.  I think she could have had any woman in that hotel room with her, but the moment Callie asked her to come home, was the moment she knew where she belonged.  

Arizona doesn’t like to face negative truths about herself.  She’s become an expert at blocking out things she doesn’t want to remember. I think Season 11 is going to dig deeper into her past and trigger the root cause of her behavior.

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I had to do this, I’m sorry.  The difference in these reactions is so telling. She could break my heart & it could make me crazy to broken hearted & I am going to be sick.  They have become so dark after the last two years, such a contrast to what they once were.

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