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Debbie Allen Cast as Jackson's Mom on Grey's Anatomy
8/25/2011 5:03 PM
FINALLY some storyline for Avery.He has so much potential as a character but other then being Lexie's rebound in an overdone stale love triangle and holding the nursing station prop up(and looking dashing wile doing it) he hasnt had much show. I love the beautiful and supremely talented Debbie Allen and I look forward to her appearance.
Coming to Grey's Anatomy: An "All-Boys" Episode!
8/23/2011 1:08 PM
Thank the heavens. As a Grey's fan who is indifferent bordering on not liking Meredith and who tends to find the males more interesting at times then the females I look forward to this. A few of the male characters are underused or used as vessels to aid a more female s oriented storyline so maybe this will flesh out some of these characters that we see but don't really *know*. I'm all for a bit of the boys club action. I hope this idea works and reaches the full potential that has.
Leverage Review: "The Cross My Heart Job"
8/23/2011 12:40 PM
Nate was intense,handled himself well and yet was so intimidating I shivered. I loved the unexpected moments of this episode, Hardison not having any tech gear whatsoever(I was expecting him to pull out something that he forgot he brought with him). Sophie encouraging Nate to drink and not being preachy(their friends with bennies works for them), and Parker wearing a bra!
I always giggle when Hardison acts. He and Eliot's banter is always a blast and grumpy Eliot grunting at Parker is always a highlight. I was half expecting the server at the restaurant to be involved and what was the eighth contingency plan?
Leverage Review: "The Boiler Room Job"
8/15/2011 2:28 PM
I love how this show manages to balance out the action and drama with humor and hilarity.As you said it made for a great episode that was well written and wrapped up nicely.Great story telling. Parker hopped up on chocolate and caffeine with Nate and Sophie acting like reluctant,weary parents and Hardison's teen-like 'I told you so' in response to her not being supervised was hilarious. Sophie walking Hardison through the interview process with his usual ad-libbing( he'd come back to steal the mark's grandmother's walker and depends?Damn!*g*) was fun to watch. As was Sophie's chocolate whisperer and how everyone deliberately butchered the mark's moniker(only jackasses nickname themselves). The revelation of who is bugging them was good.Definite 'bad' guy to me because he's still profiting!creepy. agree about sophie and nate's relationship I get the FWB but more seen on camera would be nice.Eliot is hot no matter what he's wearing. Yummy indeed!;-)
Leverage Review: "The Grave Danger Job"
8/15/2011 2:10 PM
Not since Nick was buried alive on CSI have I freaked out so much watching a living person in a coffin. The show is fabulous and the chemistry amongst the team and actors is what makes it all the better but Aldis Hodge should be getting Emmy buzz for his performances this season.It has undoubtedly been the season of the Geek. His fear was palpable as was Parker's and Beth deseves accolades as well. I loved her spiritual introspection and how those moments were bounced off of the 'parents' . I admit I wanted to see Hardison in peril because he's often one of the characters the others take for granted and it lived up to my expectations. Eliot's genuine concern,gruff hug, and coverup with a threat was so Eliot. I was expecting Parker to be more affectionate in her Parker way by keeping him close and not leaving his side, they dropped the ball on that. Hand holding, a brief hug before running away..something. She did it in the premiere.They could make them move forward w/o it screwing up the show.
Rookie Blue Review: "The One That Got Away"
8/11/2011 3:34 PM
I thought this was a decent review, though I still continue to be baffled as to why Jo is reveled as a fine character when she isn't. I admit that she's good at her job and for that I respect her but the lack of accountablity that this woman has for her actions is equally as deplorable if not even more despicable then Luke's cheating. She's actually who I find the most dislikeable in this entire situation and that speaks volumes since I'm usually uninterested in both Luke and Andy as characters. I find myself being rather defensive of them both now. And never would I have ever found a way to defend or excuse cheating but I honestly believe that Luke got exploited and contrary to the situation and his actions (which he also needs to take accountability for) his being a nice guy actually got him screwed both literally and figuratively this season.
I'm not even a huge fan of Andy, I'm indifferent to her character at best, but I in no way thought she was behaving too childishly in regards to how she interacted with Jo in this episode. Jo instigates and spars her on and that seems to be completely ignored which is rather unfathomable to me. I also didn't think Luke's interactions with Jo were childish either. And that little shove of Jo (one of the guys Rosati) wasn't inappropriate or unacceptable to me.
I don't see Jo as a woman who knows what she wants so I can't even respect her for knowing what she wants and going after it. I see her as indecisive,impulsive, and flaky. She can't commit or stick to anything and there's nothing desirable about that. She wanted her promotion so she went for that and then later decided it was a mistake and then she wanted Luke (although most likely just because he was with someone else), and surely after this she'll decide she wants something else. My point is Jo doesn't know what she wants, and before you go and ruin relationships and jobs and everything else you better be darn sure it's what you want. I also don't like that she's a manipulator and she power trips. I actually felt bad for Luke because all I can think about is if the roles were reversed and Luke was the female and Jo was the male in this little scenario Luke would have so many supporters and so much sympathy because he was being manipulated and exploited. I like equal relationshps and Jo's overbearing and dominating. She wreaked havoc and played with Luke's heart in the past and then just when he got himself back together she comes in and does it again and takes advantage of the fact that he still loves her, and her arrogance in knowing that she can toy with him and that she can manipulate him to get what she wants is disgusting. It makes him weak, yes, but she's far from admirable and respectable as a character. I resent the fact that to some degree she's an insult to strong females, when she's behaving no differently then a jerkwad male with narrowed views on women and society. She's a certified bully in some respects with the way that she treats Andy and Luke both and I just don't quite understand the Jo fanfare.A fine detective, she has some of the traits that make her a great detective but the lack of morals or any sense of loyalty or respect for others, the downright cattyness and bitchiness, lack of decency makes it almost unbearable to watch.
This show is often referred to as the cop version of Grey's Anatomy so I don't have high expectations as far as them not focusing so much on relationship soap opera-like drama. I actually think they do a pretty decent job at balancing out the cop stuff with the relationship stuff considering the nature of the show.And I think season 2 has been very strong.it's actually developing other characters and making characters I didn't like (Gail) become more tolerable. Especially since outside of Sam and Dov I wasn't invested in any of the other characters.
Sam Who? Glee Finds Mercedes a New Man
8/11/2011 3:05 PM
I'm in concurrence with Sez. I wasn't fond of the nickname "Bubba" and the like. I also hope that they make Mercedes happy and that they develop her character since she tends to be unfairly shoved in the background and the girl deserves more. She has the chops, she has the talent, she has a strong character, and her character interacts well with the other characters so there is no excuse for her to fall by the wayside in writing and screentime. I've heard promises of more for her so in that sense I'm really looking forward to the upcoming season to see the character development for other characters outside of the "main" ones.
I look forward to Mercedes in a relationship and though I haven't seen FNL I'm sure this fellow is talented and I respect him and the oppourtunity he's being granted. I'm still reeling from Sam no longer being on the show though. It's hard to tease the audience with such an unorthodox and wildly intriguing pairing and then never get the chance to see it come to frutation. I was looking forward to the focusing and addressing an interracial pairing. Mercedes and Puck barely appeared to be a couple in that one episode and the only other example of that is Santana and her host of relationships with white guys and girls, and the short lived Artie and Tina. I just think it would have been something nice to see for a change instead of pairing Mercedes up with a heavy set black guy. I'm sure they'll have their differences but I enjoyed the exploration of such contrasts that the Sam and Mercedes storyline would have presented.
Covert Affairs Review: Movin' Out (Annie's Song)
8/11/2011 2:34 PM
I enjoyed the finale and was pleased that it didn't leave us with a major cliffhanger. They'll undoubtededly save that for the winter finale.
I am probably one of the few that preferred Danielle in the dark. In my opinion, shows that involve major characters having huge secrets work best when at least one person is in the dark. Part of the appeal of Annie as a covert spy was the fact that when she got home she had to act as though she had a typical 9-5 everyday job and her sister was none the wiser. But what's done is done and Danielle's in the know, and even though I hated the fact that she kicked Annie out, I understood it 150%.
Auggie makes this show to me. If he weren't on it I probably wouldn't have stuck around as long as I have, and I loved the scenes that he and Annie had. They thrive when on scene together. He's the supportive best friend and it's great seeing their relationship grow. Whether you ship them or not you have to admit those two onscreen together just rock and I take it any way I can get it.
Jai. I agree with the other poster that said that it's a colossal crime of nature that he is so underused. Sometimes it seems like he's merely around to add a touch of beauracratic conflict and to look pretty. There aren't too many South Asian actors out there playing roles that aren't cliche and he needs more. I know from spoilers that he'll get more but it shouldn't have taken so long. He's being wasted.
One issue I had with the episode. I was trying to piece together the significance of Annie scratching her shoulder twice. One time she touched the scratch with the hand that had previously touched Polonium so I was just waiting for something to come from that and it never did. Either that was a poor excuse for a cheap decoy plot or it was just dropped and inadequate writing. I just didn't get the purpose of showing it so much if nothing would result from it.
Suits Review: Getting Mocked
8/7/2011 4:23 PM
I am in complete concurrence with Robert T. While to some degree I get that the sex question posed is legitimate I don't see where it was problematic. I don't see where the sexual content in this one episode hampered the episode or detracted from the bromance that this show revolves around. I don't see where it implies that it will focus on love triangles and romantic relationships more than it would the cases,clients, bromance, or evolution and growth of Mike Ross as a character. If anything I commend the show for blending everything in and letting it all flow effortlessly. Everything was a healthy balance. There was just enough focus on each part of the series, witty bantering between Mike and Harvey along with their usual disputes that don't last, a glance at the interesting friendship between Harvey and Donna, the growth of the undetermined relationship between Mike and Rachel, Mike's struggle to prove himself and deal with his colleagues and peers, Lewis being Lewis, and so on. They fit all of that into one episode w/o any of it negatively impacting or detracting from anything else. How many other shows can do that? And have proven to pull that all off in an hour during their freshman season? Obviously sex is a part of life, and in a series that will most likely focus on the two leads personally and professionally I don't see where the sexual content in this episode somehow derailed the show from it's path. harvey is an established player and bachelor and his relationship with Scotty is what contributed to the merger debacle and Mike's relationship with Jenny imo wasn't solely for a love triangle purpose, it was also the catalyst for him entire trial experience and his speech to Harvey about deciding what type of person he wanted to be. I'd also like to point out that I agree with the sexual content being relatively tame compared to the other crap they show on tv now.And I didn't think twice about it.
Covert Affairs Review: A Tale of Two Auggies
7/20/2011 10:11 PM
Hands down best episode of the SERIES! (so far, that is). Chris Gorham's "Auggie" is and has been the ultimate screen stealer in this show. I enjoy the others a great deal but I'd be lying if I said I watched for more than just him. He shined like no other in this episode and it was just brilliant. It was thrilling, suspenseful, and emotional. In fact I wish they pulled off that same emotional ride each episode when they send Annie on missions that are fastly becoming redundant and stale. It was a truly fantastic episode and Chris was exceptional and beyond worthy of an Emmy nod if not an Emmy win with this particular episode. I agree with the reviewer on that 150%
Leverage Review: A Break from the Norm
7/18/2011 1:26 PM
Hands down the best episode of the new season thus far.It did not disappoint with a talented guest star (Danny Glover) and Aldis Hodge did a truly exceptional job. Beth was a gem as well.
Criminal Minds Burning Question: How Will Prentiss Return?
7/14/2011 3:00 PM
I agree with Michael. Undoubtedly it will affect Morgan and Reid the most. Those two spent more time with Prentiss, they shared the same space in the bullpen, they tend to get partnered up the most. Honestly, I think Morgan is going to be livid. I felt he would be the most pissed off over it all (and I've been looking forward to seeing it because I feared the others would take it all graciously and realistically people would be super pissed off over the level of dishonesty and mistrust). I'm glad to hear that Reid will have a tough time taking it in too, for the mere fact that it will make things interesting. The man's always getting left by people in his life so I love that they'll explore the realistic aspect of him being hurt and betrayed.
Leverage Review: Bring on the Cheese!
7/12/2011 10:10 PM
I LOVE this show. I love the characters and how they interact. I smile from the time the show comes on to the time it ends and then I usually find myself watching the same episode multiple times and still enjoying it as if it were the first time I've seen it. I love that it's so fun and different then the usual dark cop drama type of stuff (which I also happen to be a huge fan of but Leverage is a nice reprieve).
All that being said, I've been kinda disappointed with this season so far. I kept hearing (and at first bought into) the hype that this was their best season yet. So far I just haven't really seen it. I enjoyed the premiere.It left me a tad confused at times, but I enjoyed it for what it was, despite it being light on the humor. The second episode I literally fell asleep on and this one was better than the last two but still not nearly as good as any of the episodes in the previous three seasons.
I love that they are giving Parker and Eliot more scenes together, because Hardison, Parker, and Eliot are the most enjoyable when they are sharing time with one another. I find Sophie to be more nagging than usual though, to the point where I just don't care anymore about hearing about Nate. I'm kind of over Nate's functioning alcholism and bitterness too, they can't dwell on that as much as they've done. Hardison, hands down usually has some of the best witty quips in lines in the series, and while he's had some enjoyable ones, he's been lacking. I miss seeing Eliot fight. There is something magical about watching Christian Kane, swing fists of fury, flashing feral grins, and grunting, or barking out orders in his southern drawl. The cons haven't been all that interesting either. It fell so flat.
I'm still a die hard Leverage fan and will be until the bitter end. Next week looks to be an emotional and poignant episode. It appears to be a good one. I hope to see that! I hope to also see a little bit of headway being made with whoever's bugging them. I hope that the episodes to come will have the same amazing balance of action and humor that the previous season's have had.They can still grow as a series and grow as characters without abandoning the charm that they're known for.
Will Thomas Gibson Return to Criminal Minds?
6/10/2011 7:24 PM
As disgusted as I am with the CBS suits they can't be responsible for TG's departure if negotiations don't work out. I'm a tad more cynical because the productions seem to be shockingly inflexible this year which has lead to the surprising departures of many actors of varioous shows on nearly all the networks. I don't know what he's asking for but I fear that if he doesn't bite the bullet he'll be out. If that happens though I don't see where MGG is getting that Emily of all people will take over. She's low on the totem pole as far as seniority goes. I would guess that it'd be between Morgan who is senior agent, Rossi who has his own form of seniority, and as off putting as it would be to me, JJ because of her alleged new skillset and the fact that she's equipped to juggle an administrative job. I remember thinking the show wouldn't survive after Gideon's departure but it did. I wouldn't want to see Hotch gone but if it were to happen I think things could still work somehow.It was fine w/o JJ,Em.
In Plain Sight Review: Double the Blindside
5/23/2011 7:11 PM
They really gave us a healthy dose of Mary's sarcasm and charm in this episode.I thoroughly enjoyed it.It was great seeing her take on the near maternal role once again. She pretends as if she doesn't like kids or teens but she gets pulled in and is just so good with them. Also love seeing her engage with her (now stable) family members. It's tolerable watching the other Shannons now.
The Marshall and Mary dynamic is always so fun and engaging.It fell a little off last season so love that it's back in full force this season. I also like that Abigal hasn't impeded on that. That being said I'm not a fan of her. While I love the idea of seeing more of Marshall's personal life, I hate that it involves an annoyingly perky,vapid character. It's like a deliberate ploy to make Abigal the anti-Mary and the ploy wasn't needed. They already wrote in the ever sunny Delia. I also find her rather intrusive. She makes me miss the lovable and cranky Bobby D.
Breakout Kings Review: The Hits Keep Coming
5/23/2011 6:52 PM
Lloyd continues to be the star of the show and the ultimate scene stealer. He has some of the best quips on the show,which says a lot for a show that is fastly becoming known for its wit. His bedroom scene w/ Charlie was hysterical as was his coffee quips during interrogation.
I don't know if Charlie defending Ray (more vehemently then anyone else) will help the others respect him more.Not when he continually treats the others like crap.My one problem is the blatant disrespect that both Ray and Charlie have w/ Shea and Lloyd.Every week it manifests itself. Also the disrespect Charlie exhibits w/ Jules. I at least commend Charlie for extending the very rare apology,even though it isn't as often as he should, but Ray doesn't even do that. They ride and instigate Shea and they schoolyard bully lloyd. It can be fun sometimes but very annoying other times.perhaps because lloyd and shea ( &jules) are my personal favorites.
Grey's Anatomy Review: "White Wedding"
5/6/2011 4:38 PM
Megan- thank you for explaining the mark thing.
@Kip- I get annoyed with fans who blame Mark for interfering with Callie and Arizona. Whether you like Mark or not if you look at the situation OBJECTIVLY you'd note that he isn't to blame for being in the middle. Mark has always been there and around,he's Callie's bff. I can understand arizona's annoyance but the blame was on Callie if blame was to be had at all because she didn't ask for spce from mark.she didn't want to. So instead arizona was rude to mark. and she was rude long before the baby stuff. she told him she didn't like him long before the baby stuff. he up until the musical episode had always been cordial with her. and yet he's continually berated by fans and its undeserving. how is it callie isn't held responsible for friction in her own relationship? I just find it interesting because if Mark was ever as disrespctful to Arizona (as he was that one time) as she was to him from the beginning he would catch more flak then he ever did. its sexist.
Grey's Anatomy Review: "White Wedding"
5/6/2011 11:53 AM
I was pleasantly surprised with this episode. I am not a Calzona fan. I just don't like Arizona at all so I didn't want to see them married initially. I also hate the fact that calzona has dominated the entire season, detracting from other characters that could have really used the development. For the record I'm not a MerDer fan either so it isn't because of that.
I thought the wedding was nice though. For once they balanced out the episode beautifully and everyone got a chance to shine, not just Calzona. I was appreciative of that. I can take any character whether I like them or not in the right dosage. I thought the parallels were interesting between the weddings but I still hate that Mer/Der's wedding was just that emotionally detached. I wouldn't want to see that for anyone.
The colonel was a jackass. Plain and simple. I wanted to smack him as soon as he opened his mouth. He's just rude for no reason and I hate, HATE when anyone refers to Mark as a sperm donor because he wasn't. I found his behavior more deplorable than Callie's mom's. I hate homophobia especially when religion is dragged into it but given the fact that she didn't get the chance to ease into accepting things the way Callie's father did I can give her a pass, reluctantly so.
I also secretly was pleased that they've shown just how mature and respectable Mark is. NO matter what he's always taken to Arizona as family, even when she was treating him so horribly, because he clings to any close enough people as a result of not having a family of his own. The scene he shared with her showed just how great he is, because most people wouldn't be comforting the person that steadily treated them like crap and openly told them that they didn't like them at all. Shows how great of a person he is, imo. I also loved that he saved the day. Another jab at everyone who wrongfullly kept assuming that he was deliberately interfering with them being together. He was never getting in the way. Their own issues were what was getting inbetween them.
Baby Zola was beautiful. Realistically I don't see them being the appropriate parents for adoption given their work schedules but she's a doll so can support them going Bradgelina and adopting her.Once again Derek seemed more excited than Mer though.
Teddy needs to get over herself. When it comes to saving lives you can't keep letting pride interfere.
Hopefully now that the big Calzona wedding is done and over with (and how cute was Bailey playing Mama bailey again and officiating? love her) we can move on and spread some of the screentime around so I don't have to pull my hair out. 14 regulars afterall...plenty of other people to focus on now. : )
NCIS: Los Angeles Review: The Mysterious Max Gentry
5/5/2011 11:12 AM
Deeks is one of my favorite characters on this show so I loved getting affirmation once again on just how complex he is. I adored him in this. I think it's so easy to underestimate him because of his overall goofy act he has going on but this week we got to see a darker side to him that nobody expected. He surprised his partner and his team so much that they didn't even approach him the same as they usually do. I also loved how easily he slipped back into his usual self by the end. One of my fave episodes to date.
Rachael Taylor to Appear in Final Two Grey's Anatomy Episodes This Season
4/6/2011 12:12 PM
Not a fan of her character and she isn't needed as a series regular so perfetly okay with her not returning. They already have too many series regular cast members as it is and they can't even write for all the ones they have.
Grey's Anatomy Scoop: Cristina's Obstacles, Callie's Prognosis
4/6/2011 12:10 PM
It does seem to be a crime to be sick of the calzona storyline. Not to mention if you express any disinterest or distaste in one or both characters you're immediately accused of being homophobic. I'm getting sick of the Calzona storyline. I despise Arizona, I think they suck as a couple and that Callie needs a new girl. Plus tney do and have dominated the show since last season. Oh and for the record I'm actually not a fan of Mer/Der so it has nothing to do with that either. I was deluded to believe that a break from excessive Mer/Der could lead to an equal distribution of storyline for all the characters but instead they jumped to a new couple to pummel the viewers over the head with and Calzona has exceeded Mer/Der in screentime and detracting from other characters. I didn't think it could be possible given the short time of them being together but they have.
Grey's Anatomy Season Finale to Focus on Three Characters
4/1/2011 2:21 PM
Oh thank the heavens because if I had Calzona and Mark shoved down my throat (and I'm a fan of Callie and of Mark) I would have lost it. I'm so sick and tired of exploring the push pull of the Callie and Arizona relationship and Mark being villianized as a result. Finally, back to the originals. I'm looking forward to that.
Criminal Minds Review: "With Friends Like These"
3/31/2011 3:17 PM
Okay. Im gonna say this one time and one time only. Seaver, in no way, is a replacement to JJ or prentiss. Has it ever occured to either of you that her role was not calling for that type of position. It is obvious to any viewer, while paying attention to her lines, that the purpose of her role is to shOw how difficult it is for a new person to blend with a group so close that theyre family. Add on the fact that she just graduated to the fbi along with the latter. She is just trying to find her place so give her some slack. Also in Rachel Nicoles defense, the writers dnt give her much to work with except a couple of mediocre lines and confusd looks.heres a wild thougHt maybe the writers make u hate her on purpose so in the future she will do something awesome and make u love her. All in all, prentiss and jj are gone, their time on the show is over,they have left thier marks and are sorely missed sorely. so i say this with love and respect, get over it and shut the h**l up.
-I couldn't have said it better. I think it's unfair that Rachel is getting blamed for things that aren't her fault and that as hard as it is for most fans, no one can move past JJ and Prentiss..
Breakout Kings Review: Series Premiere
3/7/2011 2:14 PM
I'm a sucker for a good Con working with the police thing. I'm a fan of Leverage and White Collar for that very reason. I was interested in the premise of the show but hesitant about it being a write off of Leverage. I was thankfully wrong.
They did a spectacular job of introducing the characters. They did just enough to give us the vibes that we kinda "know" the characters but not enough to make the characters any less enigmatic. It worked. While it was easy to try and compare each character with another version on some other crime show...Dr.Lowery being a cross between Patrick Jane from The Mentalist and Dr.Reid from Criminal Minds....the characters still seemed to come off as fresh. The dialogue was risque and edgy enough to be interesting w/o going overboard or trying to come across as "cool". It was a great balance with humor and drama...which is what makes for the best crime shows imo (Castle,NCIS,Criminal Minds, The Mentalist). It was fun, and I'm looking forward to watching more and learning about these rather interesting characters! Dr.Lowery is a standout character, as is Shea. Ray and Charlie will be the perfect partners to balance one another out and get the job done. Philly wasn't remotely interesting and not an impressive Grifter imo. I'm curious as to what the new girl will be like, they've nailed the other characters so hope they'll do the same with her.
I was surprised that Ray was pretty much a criminal like the others. I wonder what will come of their overall vibe if the others figure that out and he loses his authority over them. It seems like they are all in the same boat, as there has to be a reason for Charlie riding the desk. I don't believe Ray is still a cop but they are giving him a lot of leeway.
Grey's Anatomy Review: "Not Responsible"
2/26/2011 3:13 PM
They're stretching to give people storylines. I think April and Stark is just strange and offputting. Teddy once again had to take a backseat role because of the absence of Henry in this one. Two examples of characters not having anything written for them to further their development. Jackson and Lexie was predictable and I can't say that I'm for or against the pairing. I like their friendship. They always seemed to have had a bond so I thought it was interesting and no telling where this is going. I have a feeling it'll lead to a heartbroken Avery.Instead of focusing on giving him a temporary bed partner I hoped they would give him a story revolving around his unaddressed PTSD or something along those lines. I love the Meredith and Alex friendship in this episode. Owen and Yang were due for some sort of something but I don't know if the baby thing should have been it. I'm a bit tired of the three parent fiasco. I'm sick of Arizona all together. I don't think she and Callie should be together. They can't defy the odds no matter how much they try. I don't think she deserves say in this baby stuff. I don't feel bad for her because she's in this position where for once she's the one that has to compromise. I don't like the fact that she doesn't grasp that Mark is and will be a permanent fixture in Callie's life, baby or no baby. I don't think it's fair to expect Mark, the guy who has lost three kids, to take a backseat so his best friend can work out her relationship for her gf. If this was a case of him proving the sperm so that Callie and Arizona can have the baby I would cut Arizona some slack, but this kid is his kid and no matter what happens it will always be his kid and he deserves to be a part of this kids life because it's his kid. So many guys in the world who'll abandon their own kids and for some crazy reason people expect him to just step back and not be a part of his kids life because they want Calzona to work it out! That's absurd to me!
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