There is no way Callie was actually thinking “I’m gonna mess with Amelia’s head right now” when she stood up. She is NOT a public speaker and, as someone who isn’t either, I know the thoughts going through her head before speaking up were more like “Oh no I’m going to ruin my life by saying something” and “Everybody’s gonna laugh at me, I’m so ashamed” and often those thoughts are enough to keep you seated.

But the fact that her thought of “I have to know how big the risk is of Arizona getting hurt” was stronger shows that it was a powerful thought. It shows that she still loves and cares about Arizona. It does not show that she was after destroying Amelia mentally because she was so jealous.

If Herman dies...

There’s no way Arizona can actually mentally survive Herman dying. If she dies, Arizona will lose the only person she can talk to in a casual way, feeling like and equal and feeling understood. She had that with her brother, she had that with Nick and now she has it with Herman. It’s rare for her. (I don’t even think she had that with Callie - at least, not for a long time)

The only way I can imagine Calzona ever being happy again, is by them both having buddy. Just someone who’s not involved directly with the relationship, but who can listen to their small problems from within the relationship like everyone has them, so they can get rid of them instead of keeping them inside and building up the stresslevels eventually leading to another fall-out.

There is no way Arizona can survive a dead Herman, nor can she survive a relationship with Callie without a buddy.

So I hope Herman survives OR the writers finally invest in Arizona and give her an amazing storyline about grieving and finding her true self (and exploring that true self). But since that seems highly unlikely (when have they ever really explored Arizona’s side of the story?), I think her buddy should stay.


The episode 11x13 was really exciting.

We begin to say that the stars of this show are two wonderful women. Amelia & Nicole. It was nice to be nice to see step by step the path of both. Fears, expectations and the desire to fight. A hymn to life.

-Nicole & Arizona. Arizona finally is returning to be spontaneous and not as dramatic as in the last series. Perhaps the move away from Callie was necessary (and I say this as Calzona fans). In order to recover. Is stripping out the grit and passion never seen. JCAP Brava. Theirs is a wonderful relationship. They are my true Ship.

-Amelia. Being a fan of his from PP can say that finally is back. His determination is known. We like to do just that. Go Amelia! The eternal comparison with Derek with us for entire seasons of pp, up to these bets. I hope that shows how wonderful it is.

- Owen ( my love. my favorite man and character)- Amelia.
 You all know how many posts I published these days with doubts on this pair. The scene yesterday was very sweet. Except that Shonda national repeats. Coffee is now a sex object. ahahaha.

I would just say that coffee?

Callie. It is very difficult to understand the procedure. Will be jealousy? Or will it be the beginning of something else?

We’ll find out more later.
Thanks to all

"Most people think I was named for the state, but it’s not true. I was named for a battle ship. The U.S.S. Arizona. My grandfather was serving on the Arizona when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and he saved 19 men before he drowned. Pretty much everything my father did his whole life was about honoring that sacrifice. I was raised to be a good man in a storm. Raised me to love my country. To love my family. To protect the things I love. When my father - Colonel Daniel Robbins, the United States Marine Corp - heard that I was a lesbian, he said he had only one question. I was prepared for, "How fast can you get the hell out of my house?" But instead, it was, "Are you still who I raised you to be?" My father believed in country the way that you believe in God. And my father is not a man who bends, but he bent for me because I’m his daughter. I’m a good man in a storm. I love your daughter. And I protect the things that I love. Not that I need to. She doesn’t need it. She’s strong, and caring, and honorable. She’s who you raised her to be."