Arizona and Callie are West Winging it, walking down halls and talking. Things are still a bit frosty, especially with Callie tries to get out of April’s shower (I get it Callie, it was a terrible movie). They both walk past Leah who bids them hello in her best, professional not-at-all-heartbroken way. Stephanie and Jo give her props for keeping it together, when she clearly wants to scream right there at the nurses station.
We open on bright, sunny Storybrooke and Belle is leading Ariel to where Gold had told her Prince Eric worked. When they find him, Eric is slicing fish like the French chef from the movie and Ariel is nervous to approach him.
A huge congrats are in order to some out women on their Grammy nominations. Mary Lambert‘s song with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, ”Same Love,” is up for Song of the Year. Also up for an award, R&B Divas for Best R&B Album, which Monifah sings on. Tig Notaro is nominated for her Live comedy album and Jessie J‘s “Silver Lining” is up against Regina Spektor‘s Orange is the New Black theme song (“You Got Time”) for Best Song Written for Visual Media.
The undead have a leader.
Last week on the premiere of Generation Cryo, we were introduced to Breeanna, a 17-year-old Nevadan with two lesbian moms who’s on a mission to meet both her sperm donor and the half-siblings she’s discovered through a website called Donor Sibling Registry. It’s the half-sibling part of this show—or “half-sibs,” as Bree refers to them—that’s the actual heart of it, and in Episode Numero Uno, we watched Bree fly across the country to meet Jonah and Hilit in Atlanta.