Cringe time! Izzie goes into the locker room where George is putting on his suit, and checks to make sure they're alone so she can say something to him. Naively (and, I believe, hopefully), George lightly says that they already said everything they had to say, but Izzie shuts him up, and then takes over tying his tie. Inspired by Burke's dreary vows, Izzie counters them to George, saying she is an optimist and is hopeful. George tries to take his tie back in a really meek way, but she's having none of it. She announces that she's his best friend and loves him, and that if he wants to be with Callie, she'll support that. One could very well argue that in the many conversations they've had on the subject up until now, he's already told her very clearly that he DOES want to be with Callie and make things work, regardless of his feelings or whatever is going on with Izzie, but I guess this hasn't sunk in yet for her. George is like a mouse looking into the eyes of a very hungry cat. She continues that also because they're best friends and she loves him, she needs to say this. "I'm in love with you. I can't promise the future, I can't promise perfection because we're us and I'm me and who knows what will happen. But in my heart, I am sure. I'm in love with you, George. And I hope you're in love with me too." Honey, we've all been there, but saying it again and just in a slightly different manner isn't going to get you the answer you want, if you've already gotten the one you don't want. George looks literally green, and they stare at one another as the others all noisily file in to get dressed for the wedding.
It looks like someone finally decided that, if they were trying to get the real story out of the climbers, having them all in the same room and letting them shut each other up was probably not the most cunning idea ever, so Andy is in his own room with an older gentleman sitting in a chair by the bed, who turns out to be his lawyer. Andy asks about Lonnie, and his lawyer says Andy's name warningly, and Derek thinks he got legal representation pretty quickly. Andy orders, "Don't you dare judge me. You weren't there." He then begins to launch into his story, and though his lawyer tries to stop him, he keeps talking. Lonnie was in so much pain, they all thought he wasn't going to make it, so Andy took things into his own hands. "I put him out of his misery. If I was back there right now, I'd do the same thing. He was my friend. I put him out of his misery." Derek finally looks more concerned than condescending.