Izzie finds Mrs. Arnie and tells her that the procedure went really well. Mrs. Arnie is relieved, but then spills that she's sure Arnie will never forgive her, and beats herself up for thinking he was lazy and boring. Izzie comforts her but she maintains that as his wife, she should have realized he was sick. Izzie sits down to wisely counsel her, explaining that people are terrible to those that they love, and when they are having a hard time, they take it out on one another. Izzie assures her that she's not a bad wife, she just made a mistake. Naturally, Mrs. Arnie is totally comforted by Izzie's magical personal touch and great wisdom. I just threw up a little, myself. And from across the room, Alex watches her as she leaves. Remember kids -- it's okay to be cruel to someone on a regular basis as long as deep down you love them! Sheesh.
That night, Mere and Cristina are back on the couch in dermatology. Izzie runs in to join them and asks what she missed. Cristina fills her in that one resident gave away a case to another since they thought the other would find it interesting. Izzie wonders if they would be happier if they transferred, but Cristina seems to have seen the light a bit and tells her they'd die of boredom. Mere points out they'd also die with great skin. Cristina tells them that she had about the biggest dermatological emergency one could have that day, but that ultimately all that came of it was the woman needed a biopsy. It's a little less exciting than Izzie tearing a guy's face off and Mere reattaching a child's artery to his heart and Cristina is jealous. They agree that they aren't "happy glowy people" and that they need to get out of there. However, none of them actually moves from the sofa.
Outside, Lexie asks George if he's heard about the test and when he says he hasn't, she reassures him that she's buying him a beer and it will be okay. Just then, Richard shows up and hands him a sealed envelope with his results, then walks away. George just stares at it so Lexie opens it for him and squeals that he passed. From a ways away, Richard smiles. George is stunned as Lexie tells him he's not an intern anymore and that they're going to celebrate. But once it sinks in, George jumps up, saying he's got to go tell Izzie and Meredith. Lexie agrees, but before she can tell him they'll get a drink after he tells the girls, he's already gone.