The chemistry between Dr. Callie Torres (Sara Ramirez) and her girlfriend, Dr. Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) is one of Grey’s Anatomy’s strongest facets. In last week’s season premiere episode, Callie asked the commitment phobic Arizona to move in with her, and that natural progression might put a damper on their relationship. Callie’s strong desire to have a baby strongly conflicted with Arizona’s priorities, and the couple spent most of last season bickering. Ramirez credits Grey’s Anatomy’s writing staff for turning the stubborn doctors into a believable couple. “The writers have found a really brilliant way to bring a very human relationship and a story that reflects the real world out there to a show in a way that is romantic, that is sexy that is thoughtful that has universal messages in all relationships,” says Ramirez. Click on the media bar to hear Ramirez talk about Grey’s Anatomy, which airs on ABC tonight at 9 pm et/pt.
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