Hey, Gabbler family!
So, we here at GG know that MANY of you would love to know what’s peculating in the mind of Grey’s Anatomy boss, Shonda Rhimes, concerning one of our favorite dynamic duos, Callie and Arizona. Things were left pretty murky when we last saw these ladies during the season 9 finale. Check out a little of what Shonda had to say to The Hollywood Reporter about it. It’s a bit spoilerish, so it’s below the cut.
Hey, fab Gabblers!
It’s been less than a week, but no doubt many of us are stilling reeling from the events of last week’s Grey’s Anatomy season 9 finale and have already formulated in our minds what we think season 10 will look like. Well, so has WetPaint! Check out some of their predictions for what they see taking place this fall!
We loved the Grey’s Anatomy Season 9 finale, and the subtle shocks that were thrown our way were totally worth the weeks of secrecy from the cast and writers. We can’t wait for the next season to begin, and we’ve been thinking a lot about what might happen — even though it’s months away!
Here are our predictions for what’s in store for us in Season 10:
April and Matthew? Not gonna work out.
Richard is probably a goner.
Cristina and Owen will go their separate ways.
We’ll finally get to see a happy Alex.
Callie and Arizona’s relationship will be changed forever.
To read that explanations behind each of these predictions, please click the source link below!
Okay. This is where I stand on their predictions: April and Matthew are over as well as Cristina and Owen (sorry Crowen fans). It would only seem right that Richard die if season 10 will be GA’s last. A happy Alex? YES! And my Calzona? *sighs* Maybe a separation for a time, but I’m HOPING all roads will lead them back to one another. Okay, your turn! GO!
The Huffington Post took a moment to spotlight the Beauty that is Jessica Capshaw!
Beautiful actress Jessica Capshaw plays Dr. Arizona Robbins on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy. The drama was recently renewed for a 10th season. Jessica was in New York City last week on a whirlwind press and pleasure trip. She donned some pretty and stylish looks. Check out the beauty breakdown for each one here!
Day 3: Appearance on The View
Outfit: Roberto Cavalli Jacket, Willow chemise, skirt by Proenza Schouler and shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood.
Hair: Stylist Owen Gould sprayed 1-inch sections of hair with L’Oreal Elnett medium hold hair spray, using a 1.5-inch curling iron wrapped each section leaving about 1 inch at the ends, so they wouldn’t be too curly. The final touch was brushing through the hair with his fingers to give it a soft finish, and a more tousled look.
Makeup: I used a blend of Nano Eyeliner pencils by Sephora in Gold Sand and Iced Brown. I gave the face a light dusting of Chanel Soleil Tan De Chanel Moisturizing bronzing powder. For her lovely pout Nars Velvet Matte pencil in Cruella, blotted for a sheer wash of rich color.
For the full article, visit the source link!
Loved her style not just last week but on a consistent basis!
xoxo !Rolling On! xoxo GreysRcksMyWorld
So, here we are, at the end of another season of Grey’s. And it is very clear our girls are in a bad place, I still believe they are endgame and I’ll get into that at the end of my review, but for now, here we go: They aren’t in scenes together until the end so forgive the bouncing around. Overall episode note: the word “fine”, which is Grey’s speak for it’s all about to be everything but…. used so many times in this ep that I yelled at the TV. And the opening titles with the lightening and flashing between white and black…very cool. And again, this episode required me looking at it from a shipper’s and show fan view.
We see Callie first, when she happily tells April about pinning her ring inside her scrub top. While this comes in to play in a huge way later, for me here, it made my heart ache a little…. what happened isn’t even on Callie’s radar. Yes, she’s wondering where Arizona is but her being with Lauren isn’t a thought. And we cut to the on call room where Arizona is getting dressed, because yes, she did have sex with Lauren. Yup, I will admit I had hoped she wouldn’t go that far, but she did. And now she can’t wait to get away from Lauren. As for Lauren, I really, really don’t like her. She’s all calm and relaxed, and plain old doesn’t care that Arizona is married. Lauren offers to help in the NICU and Arizona tells her no, and gets out of the room quickly.
The NICU: Arizona arrives to an understaffed NICU and tells Alex, Jo and Stephanie about keeping the makers of the tiny humans happy. It’s a callback to S6 finale when she gave the same speech about the lockdown. Lauren shows up to help, and Arizona obviously doesn’t want her there. Alex lets her help..” keep the makers of the tiny humans happy, right?” I think he senses something is up but not sure exactly what. And the NICU is in trouble, there are no spare batteries for the ventilators. No generators, no batteries, things are about to get intense. And a side note: Alex’s everything’s fine smile: creepy.
Back to the front of the hospital and while Callie is telling a patient that she can’t discharge him and along comes a flying bus, actually a crashing one but you get the picture….. and notice, Callie is right at the front of the people running to it. They evacuate the passengers, except the one Hunt and Avery go back for.
Arizona and Alex in the supply closet. Arizona confesses about Lauren to Alex, and Alex tells her she’s not the most horrible person standing in that closet. Now, I took a few things from this scene: the first being that yes, Arizona has been struggling for a while. Why do I say that? Because having her stuff together Arizona would never not have spare batteries on hand. She’s been back at work, yes, but she hasn’t completely been herself there either. The second: I think that we will get more of the Arizona/Alex relationship in S10, but with them more as colleagues than teacher/student. Of course at this point, I realize that my ability to guess what the Grey’s writers are going to do is completely shot. They have no batteries and Alex asks what they are going to do…. Arizona has no idea. Again, a sign that while she is standing there, she isn’t all there.
Back in the NICU the batteries are starting to go as Derek arrives with the baby. Yeah, still don’t like Lauren, but again she is there as pre-crash Arizona… when she says “We can do this” reminded me of Arizona knowing Ruby needed surgery and doing it in an exam room in S6 finale. The one of the dads, Tim, notices the low battery light and announces it to the entire NICU. Panic of course sets in. Derek steps in and suggests the parents do the bagging. We are reminded again that Arizona isn’t quite herself, needing Derek to step in like that.
Callie is taking care of Jackson and has to get April to leave the area. Can we just take a moment and love how hardcore Callie is through this… Steady, calm and focused. Callie as an admin person, not so much. Callie in doctor mode: awesome. And while not seen a lot, it’s a telling contrast to Arizona. While Arizona constantly seems to be overwhelmed by the effects of the storm, Callie is indeed focused and zoned in.
Hey Grey’s Army,
Shonda Rhimes has spoken! She chatted with the folks over at Entertainment Weekly about the fates of Webber, Calzona, and Crowen.
What she had to say about Richard:
So have we said goodbye to yet another member of our beloved team of doctors? “That’s such an interesting question! I love that people are asking that question,” Rhimes told EW last night at an event at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences that honored the second season finale of her latest hit drama Scandal. “I’m not going to answer it because I like that it’s a question. I will tell you that you will see Jim Pickens again, but I’m not going to answer the question.”
On the upheaval of Calzona:
Rhimes says, “I feel like a lot of LGBT characters on television — and I hopefully don’t fall into this category — are sort of sanitized for our protection. They are happily in love and they hardly ever do anything wrong and they never cheat and they’re never too sexual and they don’t have any other storylines except about them being gay. I felt like I wanted to give them a complex storyline that wasn’t about that.”
Discussing the end of Crowen:
“I think Owen and Christina have been on a very very long journey that’s been really complicated for both of them,” Rhimes says. “I feel like there’s a sense that this is the end of the journey that they’ve been on for two seasons that was sort of messed up by the fact that she was in the plane crash….they were finally forced to have the conversation that neither of them wanted to have and it was a very honest conversation. She walked away and he did not follow, so how they’re going to cope with that is going to be something.”
Please be sure to read the full interview by clicking the link above.
As per usual with Shonda, I have more questions than answers…
What do you make of what she said about Webber’s fate? How about her thoughts on the effects the plane crash had on Arizona? Do you feel like Crowen is really done or is Shonda going to leave that door open?
What say you???
Yours in Grey’s, Pam Fier