Is Callie Pregnant on Grey's Anatomy?!

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The Grey's Anatomy rumor mill is buzzing today with a simple, but potentially huge bombshell that could have lasting, dramatic implications: Callie is pregnant.

But is this fact or pure speculation?

The rumor likely stemmed from the release of the synopsis for "Start Me Up," the January 13 episode (Grey's Anatomy returns one week earlier, on January 6).

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Will Arizona and Callie reconcile ... or is a MAJOR obstacle in the way?

"Arizona tries to reconcile with Callie, who has big news to share; Teddy faces an important decision; the residents receive new interns; the Chief makes an announcement."

That could mean anything, yes ... but what else could it mean? And let's face it, Callie getting pregnant by Mark is the kind of plot Grey's Anatomy would throw at us.

Think about it ... she's been longing to have kids. To have that dream realized, only with the wrong person? How could she and Arizona ever survive THAT twist?

Again, this is all speculation, but you have to admit, given that episode teaser, it's not the most far-fetched idea we've ever had. Share your predictions with us!

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