Not to be outdone by Derek's best-man clichés, Izzie peeks through the door into the church as Meredith gets Cristina ready. She's looking for George, which clearly grates on Callie. Alex comes out and compliments the bride with a dash of sincerity and a pinch of lechery, which is just how I like my Dr. Karev. Callie finally confronts Izzie. With a big smile, she says George might be late because of their big day, and proceeds to tell Izzie excitedly that she's Chief Resident and that they're going to try for a baby, rubbing in that they already tried earlier that day. Izzie -- having hoped "emotional day" meant that George had been so moved that he'd dumped Callie in the last 20 minutes, I guess -- can't seem to process the words that she's hearing. It's a kick-ass move by Callie, and I appreciate her finally standing up for her man without having to resort to begging.
Behind them, Meredith checks to make sure Cristina is good to go. Everything is fine until Cristina realizes that when she scrubbed in to make her cut, she scrubbed the vows right off of her hand. Did she not shower between the party where Callie was writing them and now? Even if it was really strong ink, I think they would have been gone long before that. Maybe Burke likes his ladies really "natural," if you catch my drift. Cristina begins to melt down, and inside the church, the crowd turns, totally hearing the shrieks coming from the other side of the door.
Inside, Derek offers to see what's going on, but Burke just assures him calmly, "Cristina wouldn't be Cristina if she didn't need a little push." The idea of that gives me the heebie-jeebies. Their relationship is firmly in the "disturbing" column at this point.