Heading into the Grey's Anatomy Season 10 premiere we knew Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) would be at odds in the wake of their giant, devastating fight in the Season 9 finale, and one of the sneak peeks of the premiere proves just how brutal things are going to get.

In the video, which you can watch here, the docs are having a board meeting. Doctor Lauren comes up, and Cristina unwittingly asks who that is. Callie's response? "The woman Arizona slept with last night." Oh. Snap.

If you haven't already watched it once or twice (or ten times, just to make sure it really goes down like that), check it out for yourself here.

Here's what we want to know: What's your response to this devastating moment, and the Callie and Arizona conflict in general?

We're of two minds. On one hand, it was clearly very wrong of Arizona to cheat on Callie — cheating is never a good thing, and it's particularly cruel because Callie has a history with it, and they'd already had a painful, difficult year. In general, we understand where Arizona's anger is coming from, but in many ways we think she's been really unfair to Callie. Yes, losing her leg has been a huge, life-altering event, but if Callie hadn't told Alex to go ahead and cut, Arizona probably would have lost her life.

On the other hand, Callie airing her dirty laundry in front of Arizona's friends and coworkers is just about the worst way for her to handle her feelings of hurt and betrayal. Again, we understand why she would want to humiliate Arizona in that moment, but that doesn't make it OK.

So what do you think? Are you Team Callie, Team Arizona, or Team Please Work Out Your Differences Before You End Up Divorced?

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Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!


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