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Erica Hahn, M.D. is a fictional character from the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) She also develops a friendship with Callie Torres which becomes temporarily strained when Callie is led to believe Hahn has romantic designs on her. Although. Calliope Iphegenia "Callie" Torres, M.D. is a fictional character from the medical drama Torres forms a friendship with Erica Hahn (Brooke Smith), the hospital's new chief of cardiothoracic surgery. The two embark . Callie then goes on to date Penny, who was the resident in charge of Derek Shepard's case. She comes to. Look back on Dr. Torres' highlights as Sara Ramirez says goodbye .. With the introduction of Dr. Erica Hahn at the end of season 2, Callie's.
In the aftermath of discovery, both Callie and Arizona share their feelings and it is revealed that Arizona does not forgive Callie for making the call to amputate her leg.
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Callie is heartbroken and Arizona states that Callie lost nothing in the crash, to which Callie responds that she, apparently, lost Arizona.
Callie takes Sofia to live with Meredith and Derek, Zola, and Baby Bailey for a while before kicking Arizona out of their apartment and celebrates by dancing in her underwear. Callie also left Arizona at therapy, telling her that she was the only one that needed to go.
After being hit by a lawsuit, her father, Carlos, visits and tells Callie that he cheated on her mother but she took him back and Callie wouldn't be here if her mother didn't give Carlos a second chance. Callie goes to Arizona's apartment and invites her to come back home. Callie finds out during surgery that Arizona was sleeping with Leah, a second year resident, while separated.
Although angry at Arizona, Callie still agrees to work things out. After April's failed wedding to Matthew, Callie and Arizona bought a house together, a fresh start, away from the memories of their apartment.
They later decided to try again for a second child. After talking about it, the couple agreed to postpone their dream to have another baby until they're on more solid footing as a couple.
At the beginning of the eleventh season, Callie and Arizona gave therapy another chance in order to help mend their marriage. They were made to go 30 days living separate lives in the same house with no sexual activity with others or each other.
They come close to breaking that rule and had to start over and before the 30 days was up they eventually gave in and connected sexually again. At the end of the 30 days at the final therapy session Arizona realized she couldn't live without Callie; however Callie didn't feel the same and stated she felt suffocated and eventually walked out of therapy, ending their marriage.
Callie then goes on to date Penny, who was the resident in charge of Derek Shepard's case. She comes to a dinner party hosted by Meredith, who recognizes her. It is then discovered that Penny is going to be working at Grey Sloan Memorial. When everyone, including Callie, finds out who Penny actually is, they protest and try to get her off of the Grey Sloan Memorial residency line. She manages to stay on the line despite all the others' pleads and wishes. After Callie discloses her desire to move to New York with Penny and take her and Arizona's daughter, Sofia, with her, Arizona takes Callie to court for sole parental custody.
Callie loses custody of her daughter to Arizona and Penny moves to New York. After Arizona decides that both Sofia's moms deserve to be happy, Arizona presents Callie with plane tickets and offers a custody agreement that keeps Sofia in Seattle for the summer and then sharing her every other school year and Christmas.
Callie is referenced occasionally by Arizona and Sofia after her departure from the show. At the conclusion of season 14, Arizona departs the show to move to New York and it is implied that the two will ultimately reconcile after Callie and Penny are mentioned to have broken up.
Development[ edit ] Casting and creation[ edit ] As a Latin person, I was really proud to see the ethnic people on the show. I thought, Wow, there are no color limits. Nobody's making comments about how there are African-Americans on the show and an Asian on the show.
However, I did think, Where's the Latin person? Due to their admiration, the network offered Ramirez a role on any ABC television series, of her choice, and she chose Grey's Anatomy.
The weird thing about working in television is that you only see the people that you're in scenes with. It's not like you're all running around the set together.
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So if you're going to hang out together, you kind of have to make an effort. And I think people have families, people have lives. She seems to be a very strong personality, someone who really believes in herself and has worked very hard to get where she is.
She's very competitive but does have a sense of self, so she doesn't need to win all the time. When asked of this, Ramirez said: Obviously, I've heard some negative stuff.
We wanted to see what would happen if a woman suddenly had feelings for another woman. Williams of After Ellen noted: This is also the first time that two regular characters on a network show have begun a lesbian romance, as opposed to one becoming involved with a new lesbian character introduced expressly for that relationship.
I don't think they did it as a stunt to get people back to watching after the strike. You could tell that in the room.Grey's Anatomy: Callie & Erica - Kisses
They definitely have a chemistry. Series writer Peter Nowalk offered the insight: I totally understand why Arizona wouldn't want to date a newborn.
It's like getting a Freshman as your Physics lab partner even though you're a Senior who not only knows the Laws of Motion but has mastered them in ways that would rock that Freshman's world.
Which is not to say the Freshman won't grow to be really good at Physics, or that Callie won't catch up to Arizona on the lesbian front, it's simply that Arizona might not have the patience to wait that long.
Rhimes commented on their reconciliation: Those words were among the last actor Brooke Smith spoke on "Grey's Anatomy. Hahn, and fellow surgeon Callie Torres, only to get snuffed quite suddenly. Smith was written out of the show, sparking a debate that has raged in the press and the blogosphere. It boils down to this. Was the character's homosexuality cause for her dismissal?
The show's producers have issued strenuous denials, chalking up their decision to the long-term creative viability of her character. In an ironic twist, Grey's is the same show that kicked up controversy last year when another cast member, Isaiah Washington, was dismissed not long after he addressed a gay actor off-air with a homophobic slur.
What's most unfortunate is Hahn may have been the most richly-drawn character the show ever yielded, finally played by a respected character actor like Brooke Smith. Hahn's sexual awakening provided what's otherwise a pretty vacuous soap opera some real moments of dramatic heft. Erica Hahn My whole life, my whole adult life, I have been with men, and it has always felt, you know, fine, good. But I never - I mean, I did, but not - not like this.
Now, you might be thinking, what's the big deal? Gay is almost cliche these days on TV. So many of the medium's best-known personalities are openly homosexual. But I would submit there are degrees of gay. Take someone like Ellen DeGeneres, who doesn't make it a secret, but isn't seen being overtly sexual on her program.
That would make no sense. It's a talk show.
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Yes, they're all filled with gay characters, but none of them really delved into the intimacy of a serious relationship. In recent months, Grey's was doing just that. It's not the first drama to depict gay characters, but in this genre, gay is played more for shock value, like the requisite lesbian kiss that one show or another seems to try every sweeps period. Grey's may have been doing something more provocative by normalizing a gay relationship.