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Grey's Anatomy - Season 10 - Sara Ramirez and Jessica Capshaw TV Guide Interview

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When the ABC medical drama returned, Callie (Sara Ramirez) immediately showed just how hurt she was by Arizona's (Jessica Capshaw) cheating by moving out of their apartment and taking baby Sofia with her. Will the two be able to work through this? TVGuide.com turned to Capshaw and Ramirez to find out what's in store:

Can Callie and Arizona recover from this?
Jessica Capshaw: Last year, Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) went through the infidelity, and I think this infidelity is different. Arizona has done something so terrible and so tragically divisive that there's really nothing that she can do besides be penitent and present and say everything she can to try to rectify it. But there's just a gross and deep amount of pain and hurt. She is doing the best that she can to show up for the relationship and give as many answers as Callie needs. But, at this point, Callie's nowhere near being able to really get past what happened at the end of last season.

Could we see them go to therapy?
Capshaw: Callie is not interested in making this better. She's not there. What Arizona has done is too bad, it's too horrible, it's too unimaginable. She's not in a place where she can entertain that.

What is it like now that Callie is living with Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey)?
Sara Ramirez: Now you've got a house full of three adults and three children, which is hilarious and makes for some fun scenes that we got to shoot. There's some comedy in there, but [she won't be there] very long. I think that because of all the life changes that they've all experienced including almost dying, near-death experiences, buying of the hospital, being on the board of the hospital, they have more things in common than they used to, specifically Meredith and Callie, now they're both mothers. There is a moment when Callie confided in Meredith early on and it's a moment that surprised me because I don't see a lot of that with Callie and Meredith, but it made sense. In a sense, Cristina and Meredith are two people that Callie is close to during this. Interestingly, Callie feels betrayed by them at one point.

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How is Arizona processing Callie being out?
Capshaw: She has her relationship with Alex (Justin Chambers) and she has her relationship with medicine as a doctor. That's the only time you see her paying attention to herself. Most of her energy is being put on being able to say she's sorry. Everyone, at the end of last season, was saying she went from being the good man in the storm to the bad man in a storm, but I think who Arizona is still remains. She did something horrible, but she's trying to be a good person through it. She's not denying it, she's not being angry about it. She's trying to deal with it, but something's are undealable.

Will Arizona have anyone to lean on?
Capshaw: It's not a matter of who so much as is it what. She's not going to deal with why she ended up in that room. She's going to keep trying to be the good person and say how sorry she is. But she's not really ready to deal with why it happened. Why it happened is probably going to spin her into doing a whole lot of other things before she figures out what's going on.

She's not going to cheat again, is she?
Capshaw: They're not in a good place. They're not together. I don't think Callie has seen them together from the season finale. They are not on the same page. The infidelity didn't happen for no reason. For them to be able to find out why might be the best direction for each of them to step for themselves.

Source: Full Article @ TV Guide

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