Spamalot. FULL. 2005. Original broadway cast, including Sara Ramirez. . Pretty good quality. Probably the best we’ll get. Better than the ‘09 upload :) (part 2)
22:44 of part two…Sara, that…is that even legal?
It would be helpful if the fandom was a place to go to for comfort tonight. I think it’s safe to say that anyone who is invested in Calzona will be hurt by what Callie and Arizona say to each other. Maybe devastated.
And it would be nice if there was no bashing of Callie or Arizona. Everyone in the fandom is a little more attached to one than the other and tonight isn’t the night to see really nasty things said about either of them.
You’re entitled to your opinion but so is everyone else and they’re allowed to respectfully disagree with you, and you, them.
Now, somebody hug me, please!
Good luck, all of you. I’ll see you tomorrow, once I’ve gathered myself and/or worked up the nerve to actually watch the episode.
Sara Ramirez on Access Hollywood (x)
Sara Ramirez on Access Hollywood - 05/16/2013
It light of recent events, it is easy to forget the complexities of the Calzona relationship from a holistic perspective, as the ultimate act of matrimonial betrayal distracts the viewers from otherwise candid observations. The microscope has been turned to Arizona, sparking debate while highlighting her faults, as well as the dismal fact that we will never see our bubble-bound, dimpled surgeon the way we once did. As the reality of the situation sets in for the audience, debates are sparked, blame is placed, and the loss of a character’s morals are mourned. The speculation that has been incited is all readily justifiable, but the attention cannot be solely placed on the drastic changes we’ve seen in Arizona. Calzona is a relationship between two people, and Arizona is simply part of the whole.
This post is not about blame. The purpose of this is to explore the road less traveled: what we’ve seen of Callie. She is damaged too, and receives unwarranted criticism for her own trauma.
40/50 of calliope torres