Richard then tells the other doctors that they saw 26 patients and didn't have a single casualty. Lexie starts crying again, followed by April, and pretty soon everyone is either crying or trying pretty unsuccessfully to fight their tears. Everyone, that is, except Derek and Meredith, who grin and look like the smuggest of smug married couples. They actually start to giggle, which at first seems appalling but then serves to break the tension, and eventually all of the doctors are laughing. Stark had joined the group but when he sees this show of semi-hysteria, he finally declares that he hates this place and walks out. This only makes everyone laugh harder, of course. Meredith voiceovers about surgery being extreme, and then Richard admits to Arizona he was holding a grudge and of course she can have a job there, but she'll have to work under Stark. He leaves her with a clap on the back and everyone starts laughing again, because it's so funny that he hired a guy whose laziness has contributed to all sorts of near tragedies! Arizona clearly isn't sure if he's joking or not, and I'm not entirely sure myself. I guess we'll see if Peter MacNicol's name is in the credits next week or not.
The patient whose arm Mark was stitching up earlier is still asleep, and Mark is there stitching her up once again, undoing the stapling that Owen did earlier. Lexie walks in and Mark tells her that the girl is just a kid, and shouldn't have a big ugly scar. Something about the way he says it is so sweet and sincere, and Lexie obviously thinks so too. When Mark asks if she'll wait until he's done there, she whispers that she loves him and then adds that yes, she'll wait. Mere's voice is glad life has no scalpel because then when anything hurt we'd just get to cutting.
Teddy walks over to Joe's and meets up with Henry; she tells him he looks exhausted but he tells her that she looks exhausted, and adds with a cheeky grin that he looks handsome. Man, on Felicity Noel started to bug me so much that I forgot about Scott Foley's inherent charm, but I'm very happy to be remembering now. He's adorable! Teddy isn't really in a lighthearted mood, but she pulls out the paperwork to get him some insurance. Henry suggests they get a drink first but she's not in the mood, and Henry's jokes about how they didn't have any vows, rings or sadly even cake, so the least they can do is have a toast, don't sway her. She finally tells him she spent the day saving someone who was really not a good person, and tries to get him back to the paperwork. But he tells her sincerely that she also saved his life that day, and he thinks that deserves a toast. She finally has to give him a little sad smile about that, and he beams at her. As I said in my recaplet, these two are so actually falling in love.