When "Grey's Anatomy" season 14 resumes this fall, don't expect to not see Dr. Eliza Minnick (Marika Dominzyck) in it. In an interview with Jessica Capshaw, who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins, Minnick is not a villain despite all the doctors at Grey's disliking her. Featured on the TVLine, Capshaw said the character of Eliza is not a villain; it just so happened she became a threat to Dr. Webber (Jeremy Pickens Jr.) position.

Included in the interview is Capshaw's reason for saying the character of Dr. Minnick on "Grey's Anatomy" is not a villain. Apparently, every doctor in the hospital has a soft heart for the aging Dr.

Webber and who ever seems to contradict him becomes the popular villain. Despite the growing number of fans hating Minnick, there's no confirmation whether she will still be cast on season 14 of ABC's medical drama.

As an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, Dr. Minnick was hired by Grey Sloan hospital as a consultant capitalizing on her double board certification. But despite her knowledge and expertise, nobody liked her, primarily because of her arrogant character. When she became attached to Dr. Robbins, the pediatric surgeon realized, she's not a bad person, but she has her own way with dealing with things.

Reasons why you should love Dr. Eliza Minnick

Despite her bad image, there are several other reasons why everyone can still love Dr.

Minnick. For example, the time she talked to Dr. Bailey (Chandra Wilson) in hopes of retracting her suspension of Meredith (Ellen Pompeo). Apparently, she wants everyone to feel at home and ready to board on her programs. Suspending someone will hurt her approach to doctors, especially those who really don't like her.

The future of Marika Dominzyck's character in Grey's

In "Grey's Anatomy" season 13, the final episode featured Dr. Minnick getting fired from the hospital. The news was a surprise especially to Arizona who didn't have any clue of what happened. The scene also left fans in a cliffhanger, wondering whether she will be back in the next season or is gone for good.

Dr. Minnick's relationship with Arizona may not have started on a positive note, but their growing fondness for each other had fans follow their story.

In "Grey's Anatomy" season 14, Dr. Arizona Robbins is expected to remain the person she's always been; the carefree and uncommitted doctor in Grey Sloan hospital. As for the seriousness of her relationship to Dr. Minnick; we will all find out this coming fall.