"This is the episode! Callie and Arizona need to have sex!"
That's exactly what Grey's Anatomy boss Shonda Rhimes said when she walked into the writers room earlier this year while prepping this Thursday's episode (9/8c on ABC). Why all the excitement? The married couple has had plenty of sex before, but Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) haven't done the deed ever since the latter became self-conscious about her amputated leg, but that will all change Thursday.
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When Grey's Anatomy returns Thursday (9/8c on ABC), there will be plenty of changes going down at Seattle Grace. First and foremost, Jackson (Jesse Williams), who was only promoted to attending this season to fill the void left by Mark Sloan (Eric Dane), is now actually in charge of the whole hospital.
The plane crash survivors on Grey's Anatomy may want to use their settlement money to save Seattle Grace from bankruptcy, but it may not be an easy thing to accomplish.
Callie (Sara Ramirez) first pitched the idea when she learned that the hospital could be bought by Pegasus Horizons, a company that values the quantity of patients seen over the quality of their treatment. "They...
As if Arizona hasn't already had a rough year, Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy will see her stricken with an ailment that could be incurable: phantom limb syndrome.
How will Arizona handle the latest hurdle since her amputation? TVGuide.com caught up with Jessica Capshaw, who also discusses how the plane crash survivors may be able to save Seattle Grace and Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona's future. Get the scoop:
She's not just an overnight princess, she's an overnight success! The new Disney Channel fairytale series Sofia the First, about a simple village girl whose mom marries the king, will premiere Friday morning (9:30am/8:30c) to great expectations. This is not only one of the most ambitious and sophisticated animated series ever attempted for the preschool crowd — the Broadway-esque song score alone is a marvel of pop, swing, bossa nova, jazz and hip hop — but it's already a ratings monster. The pilot movie, Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess, drew 5.2 million viewers in its November premiere and was the highest-rated program for children ages 2-5 in the last five years.