Izzie walks into Denny's room and says she has some news for him. Denny: "Am I getting a new television? Because this one is ridiculously small and it doesn't get the porn channels." Hee. Izzie tells him he's getting a heart. Denny drops his head and can't look at her for a second. He says he doesn't mean to be dramatic and all, but he needs her to repeat that -- slowly, because this is one of those moments in life he wants to remember. Izzie wastes no time breaking Bailey's first rule (no flirting!) and gets very, very close to Denny's face. "You. Are getting a heart. From Mercy West. Dr. Burke already left to get it." Denny guesses this means he's going to have to start taking her on some real dates. Izzie guesses so, and gets all giddy at the thought. Webber's assistant comes in with some papers for Denny to sign. They're DNR papers, and Izzie goes apeshit. "Why are you signing these? You're getting a heart!" Denny has been in this situation before, though, and if this heart doesn't come through for some reason, he's done. Izzie reminds him that the LVAD could give him two more years, at least. Denny says he's tired, and he's done. Izzie says she's not going to let him make this decision right now. Denny: "That's funny, because I thought DNR was a patient's choice." Izzie rolls her eyes and tosses the papers on his tray table. Denny tells Izzie that he believes in heaven, and if he had to choose between the life he has now, and one in heaven? He'd pick the place with the pearly white gates. "Okay?" Izzie tearfully says okay, and Denny signs the papers.
Cristina tells Deborah, the poor girl with the chickenshit fiancé, that she's probably fine, but they need to see if the bullet that went through her arm hit bone. Neal, over in the next bed, says however this turns out, he wants them to operate on his fiancée first -- he doesn't care if he's dying. Cristina tells him he's not dying. Deborah: "And I'm also not your fiancée anymore." Neal whines that they already sent out the invitations, and pleads with Deborah, and says that he loves her. Deborah looks like she's softening up, but Cristina tells her not to fall for it. "That's how they do it, huh? With the 'I love you's, and the 'move in with me's, that's how they suck you in. And it melts your resolve, and the minute you actually need something? Forget it, it's not gonna happen! Because they're gonna pass you over for surgeries, or they're gonna duck behind you when someone's shooting!" Deborah, who is both kind of cool and also annoying, tells Cristina that she's very very bitter. Neal says that's exactly what he was thinking, which means that they're meant to be together. Deborah rightly tells him to shut up.