Writers have an ethical obligation to the characters they create. We don't kill them off just because we feel like it and we don't have them betray their own characters just because we want to change the story.
I feel strongly about this. So imagine my confusion and my anger when the character of Arizona, of the television series Grey's Anatomy, just before boarding the plane to take her and Callie to Africa, told Callie to take a hike. Okay, I get it that perhaps contract disputes made it necessary to get the character of Arizona out of the series or any other issue that might have made that necessary but come on. At least be true to the character. The character of Arizona would never, as created, done what whoever that was at the airport last night did to Callie.
Okay. It's just a television program and television programs aren't noted for fine script work but give us a break. At least give the plot time to not betray its own characters.