If there's one thing you can be sure of on Grey's Anatomy, it's that relationship drama is everywhere.
In just a few episodes, everything can change on that show, especially when it comes to the couples and their ever-changing minds and hearts. Even when you think a pair is happily married, they might suddenly barely be speaking just a couple episodes later.
That's why we're here to keep you (and ourselves, to be honest) updated on all of the show's current couples—who's together, who's not together, who could be together, who's having a baby together but not together together, etc etc.
You can find it all below, and above, you can see one of those very much together couples weighing in on what it's like to finally bring a gay couple to the forefront of the show.
"It's been amazing. We've both been welcomed into this community with open arms in different ways, and it's just been continuing to happen every day," Jake Borelli told E! News at the 30th Annual Glaad Media Awards. "We read all the comments on Instagram. We hear everybody's stories. I have felt more included than any other time in my life."
Borelli, of course, plays Schmidt, formerly known as Glasses, the intern who suffered from some seriously low confidence. Then he met Nico (Alex Landi), the openly gay surgeon—the first openly gay male surgeon the show has had—and fell in love. Landi also happens to be the first male surgeon of Asian descent that Grey's has had.
"Being the first male Asian surgeon as well, the Asian community as well as the LGBTQ community have been very welcoming, open arms, and I'm truly very grateful," Landi told us.
Hit play above for more from the pair, and scroll down to catch up on the romances of Grey Sloan (before the next episode screws them all up again).
Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.