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Discuss the "Puttin' on the Ritz" Episode from Season 10 here.

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Last season's writing seemed better; characters were more relatable, but it's all adolescence again. A colleague dies, an infant is born, a friend is on the brink of death and none of it stops Owen and Cristina from having sex in nearby rooms. Naturally, Cristina blasts Alex for not pushing sex on his girlfriend within a few days of her roommate/friend's dying. His girlfriend "in mourning" went _a whole week_ without it, but couldn't talk about anything else. Owen and Cristina both want to stay together and therefore have decided to see others, and Callie goes to couple's therapy because she needs to move past where she was stuck in the relationship, made a speech to that effect in the waiting room, and then left without the therapy. Writers, your audience has enough attention span to appreciate realistic, coherent characters.

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