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LOL! You made me laugh there!..people loose perspective 'coz it's a gay couple but when you try to imagine that it was a straight couple it becomes really creepy.
So please Shonda make Mark go away & have life, he's clinging on to Calls like a dog shit on your brand new shoe, come on!
Bazuka84. I know right, why don't Mark talk to Lexie about starting a family and if she won't forgive him, why don't he start dating and find someone to start a family with!
He don't even knock on the door, he just walks straight in! Even when Christina and Owen shared with Callie, he would just walk in. Earlier in the series he walked in on Callie and Arizona in bed.
If it was me I'd be locking that door to keep Mark out, whether he was the baby's daddy or not LOL
I agree.Mark is supposed to be hot, so why doesn't he go & find someone else to have life & babies with?
I mean if Calls & Az were a straight couple that would have been totally inappropriate for the guy who made your girl pregnant to walk in & out, do dinners together & rub your girl's feet, don't you think?
I'm all up for a modern family thing, however am I wrong to expect a line in there somewhere?..there's got to be some limit, seriously!
I must admit, I like Callie and Arizona together. I really thought the baby storyline was going to ruin their relationship. But at the end of the previous episode, seeing how Arizona responded to the baby's heart beat and how Callie and Arizona made up, for me the ending gave the storyline some hope.
But then last weeks episode, seeing how Mark and Arizona were doing their best to look after and do whats best for Callie and the baby was really sweet. But Callie's lack of appreciation, kind of annoyed me. Callie deals with loads of blood, broken bones, but she was put off by a smoothie, it just did not seem to make sense to me. I understand she's hormonal and not herself, but the previous episode Callie was worried that Arizona would leave her, but if Callie does not start showing a bit of appreciation and respect to Arizona soon, she may well leave. Like Arizona said, she'd been left out of too many decisions.
But I loved Arizona giving Callie the guilt treatment in the hospital wh
Yes if it was properly represented like it was before, now it seems like something from a horror movie.A nasty Bermuda Triangle.Need I say more?
greys anatomy has been part of my life...each episode has something that each viewer should look after to it.. its full of twist and turn.. each character portray has its own uniqueness that make it more exciting to watch... specially dr. arizona robbins and dr. callie torres.. i really enjoyed watching their scene together.. its something that is out of the norm yet its full of reality that was must be accepted by the society now adays..
For one I think that the threesome between Arizona - Callie - Mark is annoying , however , they have their funny moments together (The milkshake scene was funny at least for a few hahas). I think that Arizona and Callie aren't even in a relationship anymore when you add Mark . They have very little screen time together as a pair and are now being overshadowed by Mark . As for him and Lexie , I think Lexie should have at least a fling with Jackson for the simple fact Jackson has no real storyline to me and is just there for decoration . If they give him a storyline with Lexie it would add spice , drama , and a much more need for him to take off his shirt more often (yummy!). As for Alex and Dr. Fields , I'm going to throw a big no in that path . Alex has been hurt in the past and he needs a steady girlfriend who will love him and respect him . Sure they have great chemistry together but as a couple it wouldn't work . Besides isn't the actor who played her leaving soon anyway ? She has a
I would like to know why in all the showns that have Lesbians,why the writers seem to think they need a male?As much as I like Arizona and Callie togther I really really hate,hate how they brought in the baby story Mark really who did not see that coming give us a break get Mark out of thier life and let them be what they are a gay couple(together)not have Mark in their life,All can say is I think Arizona no the writers need a big, big brick or maybe just a samll eraser to get Mark out of thier lives,and as for the foot rub how could you not get pissed if she was your partner,come on wriers lets get a little more real and not do waht every other show does.(I love Greys Anatomey by the way I just cannot stand senseless story lines)
grey's used to be about epic and dramatic medical cases, a code-black situation with the bomb threat, and interns cutting l-vad wires for the patient she fell in love with.
Now it's about coffee and babies.
New to this page, but here goes. The writers really need to do something, I went back to my book midway through Thursday's episode and did the same during Private Practice. This year has not been good. The Christina storyline went on WAY TOO LONG before resolving. Arizona had a line wherein it was made clear that Callie is a bisexual woman is this going to lead to a three-way marriage? Once McDreamy and Mer "married" they've become dull and boring.
I hope the writers are able to paint themselves out of the current corner they've written themselves into.
I agree with you thoughts flow absolutely & there's no way I'm gonna argue about them.The show used to be really fab & grounbreaking just like you've said but it's been ebbing for a while now...it's ok though I'll suck it up and I'll stick with it all the same.
I only hope that the writers will prove me wrong somehow & recover the show if not to its former glory than at least to the levels when it becomes believable & realistic, & I'm not talking just about C/A/M triangle.
I love my gay friends dearly & non of them is very happy with this SL.At the same time I think we all need to give the writers a chance, they could create something amazing out of it all (I doubt it though), we'll see...not like we have another option here, lol.
However, things like musical episode aren't helping either.
I forgot to say that I loved the vagina vote and when Christina is bitching to Owen about hpw Mer has to pick between the 2 trials and she does not even have 1 then Owen reminds her that she has a husband that loves her and Christina says Mer has that too!
Ok, so I am happily married and have kids. However, I have to agree that the CalzoSloan SL is totally messed up and I have to agree with Boston#1. Callie and Arizona are a couple. For all you out there that are straight and can't understand why Mark being presence in their relationship is annoying, let's use an example.
There is a couple, man and woman. The man cannot have kids but the lady desperately wants one. The couple slips up for s short time and during that time this lady jumps in bed with her bff and ends up being pregnant. The man and woman get back together and the bff is excited about being a dad so is always with the couple. How would this make you feel? It is just wrong!
As far as Lexie, she does need to sit down and have a heart to heart conversation with Mark. One thing that does bother me too is the fact that you would expect doctors to use condoms. I don't think they had sex so that Callie would get pregnant but to "forget" all the worries Callie w
I've been thinking about an issue I think the show is having for a while and I was just wondering if anyone feels the same. To me it feels like now days there are just too many characters for the show to follow and portray each week. In the first 3 series, (which are still the best in my opinion although I have loved many story lines/episodes from later series), it seemed like there were less people to worry about.
You had the 5 interns, Bailey, the chief, Burke, Derek & Addy, then eventually in season 3 Mark and Callie became solid fixtures too, although you didn't see many regular surgeries from them in comparison to the others.I know some characters left but Avery, April, Teddy and now Dr fields replace characters whose specialties were already shown. The introduction of Arizona, Owen and two new specialties of surgery, then adding Dr Stark, has made it a little crowded to give each surgeon a good surgery every episode and do it justice. I also noticed lots of the old nursing
Ooooh p.s I'm not looking here anymore as I'm dreading the backlash I may receive for my suggestions!!! ;) Hope you all get the storyline you crave in some form whether it's on Grey's or elsewhere, but in the mean time, chill out and let it roll....
First things first - in this message I do not mean to be rude at all so please don't take it that way if it appears rude!!!
Yes I'm straight but also British - may this also reflect the differences in opinion of this storyline? I don't know whether the writers of these comments are British also or American, and I also do not know how gays are represented in American TV or in some states. My opinion of English TV is that gays are represented quite well (quite) now although, being straight I wouldn't actually know this but I may guess that we have better representation than America perhaps?? Also perhaps why my views are more laid back on the storyline as it does make sense to me and means the same to me as a man and woman getting married, having a child, breaking up then the woman pairing with another woman (e.g. Private Practice!!) as Callie hasn't always been with women! And perhaps I'm not so angry at under-representation as I have seen it represented??? Perhaps??? I don't mean to s
@Laura (cc: bazuka74, DG, Jana):
I think I can help clarify some of the reaction you got to your post. Without know you at all, I'm going to assume for the sake of my current post that you are straight/write this for straight people who have had the same thoughts about it being a win-win situation.
That kind of response is exactly what I am talking about when I posted that SR's presentation of Calzona's + Mark's relationship is the exact stereotype about lesbian relationships I and others are against. The "Oh, that's perfect! They get a baby and the guy is a part of their life and three way parenting!!! I don't see what's wrong" response is exactly the kind of response that I, and others, are trying to end. Because, for the most part, that is not who we are. But that's what pop culture thinks that we are. Grey's has and awesome opportunity to depict members of the LGBTQIA to the world in a way is real. And, trust me, as a lifelong member of that community, there is still plenty o
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Avery/Lexie story line and the drama that it will bring when Mark finds out. I have been waiting for this story line for a loooonng time. So refreshing!
I just want to clarify that I wasn't being over analytical on Callie/Mark/Arizona and who was right/wrong/whatever, their storyline isn't the one that interests me the most so I'm not particularly critical of it. All i wanted to say is that they are all having a baby and they all want a baby. I did not condone having a baby for the sake of it and I did not say that (it's not up to my to pass judgment on ANYONE).
I agree with DG, too. I have been in a committed same-sex relationship for 15 years now and one would think I would be more invested in the Callie-Arizona-Mark-baby storyline. Guess what? I'm not. That storyline irritates me to no end.
I don't know why in this show, characters have to always be shown using sex to fix problems. Do many people do that? Is that the norm? Because I certainly don't, so this really puzzles me.
Mark has always said he loves Lexie. At the time he and Callie indulged in the sexual sorbet thing, it is true he and Lexie were not together. But he continued to pursue her and make it known that he was very much interested in rekindling their relationship. And even after Lexie decided to give him a second chance, he didn't even tell her anything about what he did or was doing with Callie. And all that time, Callie was shacked up with Mark in Mark's apartment. Unbelievable. I don't know where the writers are going with this mess of a storyline.
Btw I've been in love & I had my heart broken too, I didn't jump in beds with my friends 'coz it hurts like hell & it was the last thing on my mind.
I know everyone is different & maybe Calls wanted to fix it with sex ( even though she's old enough to know better), but goodness me Mark shouldn't have done what he's done 'coz Calls was at her lowest & vulnerable.I agree with DG.
COMPLETELY agree with you over Mer's decission to stick with Alz she didn't do this for herself she didn't do this for her husband she is doing it for her mother and the fact that she realized what she wanted to do seeing someone else's mother suffering with i, suffering to the mother daughter patient that came in towards the end, that in itself says it all I am mad at whoever who wrote this review because by saying all that crap he or she is taking away the tremendous growth Mer has had and not just growth they are taking away the deep rooted love she feels for her mother
Also in the writer's blog this week the writer talked crap about Mer being happy for Thach and his PYT coz it meant she wldnt hav to be there for him when he had his kidney stones removed OMG i felt like banging that writer's head He freaking wrote the epi the story line that very scene where Meredith for the first time called herself as "HIS KID" she for the first time accepted her father and was genuin
The thing is of course 'happy ever after' is great but boring.
I just want things to be more realistic between people & C/A/M triangle just isn't or at least it doesn't feel like it.Plus Mark's been on top of Calls & Az is so very annoying.He's just suffocating & if Shonda or whoever writes the scripts do not intend to piss gay people off, hmmm...they are doing a pretty good job to do just that - to piss them off.
I hope Mark is gonna be paired up with someone & soon.I used to like the man, what is happening to him?.. go on Mark shag somebody already & don't be shy about it. Give girls some breathing space!
I'm sorry but I have to disagree. Just because two people have aching wombs, does not mean its a good idea to have a child together. I shall list the many reasons. Firstly, they are not in a relationship, if they were then it would be a completely different story.
Secondly, they are both immature boundary-less children themselves who claim to love other people yet don't have a problem jumping each other. Gross. I'm sorry but BFF's don't do that to each other. I would think that my bff has enough respect for me to know what's in my best interest and not take advantage when I'm at my lowest and begging for sex. That being said, I would never regress like Callie has either. Has she not learned anything from the Erica debacle?
Thirdly, it is not the baby but how it has come about. Callie slept with Mark, the one person that AZ had always been insecure about. Yes, yes they were broken up but that doesn't mean it hurt any less. Not only has AZ has to deal with the sorbet but
I don't think the Callie-Arizona-Mark storyline is meant to piss off lesbians/gays or bad storywriting necessarily. Callie wanted a baby. Mark wanted a baby. Callie and Arizona want to be together, Arizona in the finale of last season agreed to having babies. Callie is now having a baby and Mark gets a baby too! Win-win all round, end of.
I don't think, like this review suggests that Meredith chose the Alzheimer's cure because of what she suffered growing up or because she didn't want to connect to her mother. She obviously found the choice difficult, but in the end she said her mother was writing everything down because she was scared and so she wants to cure her mother's disease. That implies a more mature line of thought and that she is doing this for her mother, not for herself.
Everyone seems to be whining about the season and how it's going, yet it's not yours to decide how it goes! If it was I'm sure it would be a lot less interesting... everyone would just be happily ever
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