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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 10 spoilers: Arizona’s bad day causes Calzona problems

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 10 spoilers: Arizona’s bad day causes Calzona problems
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It doesn’t look like Arizona is going to catch a break with Callie when “Grey’s Anatomy returns from its hiatus. According to a Feb. 24 post on Enstarz, Arizona is going to have a really bad day in an upcoming episode entitled, “Throwing It All Away.”

It’s been nearly 2 years since Callie made the decision to amputate Arizona leg during a medical emergency. That single decision has born the blame for a myriad of relationship problems culminating with the affair Arizona had with a visiting doctor. The couple is still trying to work through their issues but an upcoming patient is going to bring everything into the foreground once again.

Why did Arizona cheat in the first place? Jessica Capshaw who recently did an interview with TV Line said, "There was someone outside of her little world that actually thought she was, like, a hot little piece. Someone who didn't know her as the whole person she once was or the disabled person she is now. And then it was just a rabbit hole. And this season has been about her trying to figure out how to climb out of the rabbit hole."

As for their current situation, we can get a clue from the synopsis for the show:

“Arizona’s bad day escalates when she advises a patient on a potential double amputation; Derek breaks a promise; Stephanie and Jo find an abandoned baby; the non-fraternization rule leads to a suspension.”

“Throwing It All Away” airs Thursday, March 13. Grey’s Anatomy” returns from winter break with “Take It Back” on Feb. 27. We’ll keep you posted on news and season 10 spoilers as they become available.

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