Well, let's just say she can use a little more loving care with her students, particularly Cristina.
[...] I found out in mid-September soon after shooting the monologue that aired last week where Erica has the revelation that she's gay.
They even came down and told me it was a great scene – one of the best they ever shot on the show. I was floored when they told me [I was being let go]. In fact, when they told me I asked, "When is this happening?
" And they said, "The [next episode] is your last," which is the one that airs this Thursday. Describing her character's personality, Smith has stated: "Dr.
Hahn is a workaholic and she's very professional [...] I think she feels that there should be professionalism at work, and when other people do things that aren't professional she gets a little upset.", Smith has explained that the show's writers "didn’t want to rush to make [Hahn] likable, and hoped I didn’t mind.
And I really hoped we were going to show what happens when two women fall in love and that they were going to treat it like any heterosexual couple on TV.
And so I was surprised and disappointed when they just suddenly told me that they couldn't write for my character anymore.
Unfortunately, we did not find that the magic and chemistry with Brooke's character would sustain in the long run.
The impact of the Callie/Erica relationship will be felt and played out in a story for Callie.
A lot of actors don’t want to be unlikable, even if they’re the bad guy.