So how do you know when you’re up for a really bad read?
10. It starts with talks of threesomes and an elevator kiss.
9. Callie starts screwing Mark Sloan to prove her heterosexuality.
8. After Callie decides what she wants and kisses Erica, you have to wait for four months for the next installment.
7. After the long wait, you observe that Callie and Erica are awkward around each other, avoiding each other preferrably by covering one’s face with a newspaper.
6. Callie panics during an operation and Erica manages to calm her down using her rich, rich voice that drops atleast one octave lower and by staring at her with her blue, blue eyes. (Not yet proven to be feasible. Needs Mythbusters attention.)
5. When Erica asks Callie out on a date, the latter begins to talk about borders and embassies.
4. Callie asks Mark Sloan for sex lessons.
3. When Erica starts to be emotional and exclaims that she’s extremely gay, Callie runs off to screw Mark Sloan. TWICE. On the same day.
2. After going through the trouble of writing everything, the writer kills the storyline, with Erica walking off towards her car after uncharacteristically telling Callie that she can’t kind of be a lesbian.
1. You find no disclaimer stating that the writer is not making any profit from writing the story. You also don’t find “Story, characters and plot are owned by Disney, ABC and Shonda Rhimes et al” in the disclaimer. You find it in the opening credits.