Mark and Lexie are following their instincts, all right -- things seem to have progressed nicely since they started making out at Joe's, as they are now doing the horizontal mambo in Lexie's attic bedroom. They're both happy and lovey to a nauseating degree; as he pretends to try and go to work she keeps pulling him back to bed.
Not everyone's reunions have been quite as happy as theirs, though. Callie opens the door to find Arizona waiting out in the hallway with coffee in hand. She admits she did leave long enough to shower and grab a few winks but then she came back really early to sit outside her beloved's door. Her beloved, however, isn't impressed and instead tells Arizona she should really just go back to Malawi. Arizona contemplates this chilly reception as Mere tells us, "Extreme measures. That's where science ends and art begins."
Only slightly less awkward together are Henry and Teddy, who are waiting somewhere for their shotgun-insurance-wedding. Teddy's shaking her foot nervously and assures Henry that "he'll" be there; the "he" in question is Owen, who does show up to be her witness but who is seriously confused about Teddy's decision. Teddy is determined to go through with it, though, and even though she gets a page she decides to ignore it so that they can get through the fastest and least sentimental marriage ceremony of all time.
Cristina heads out to the streets of Seattle armed with a map, and while she can maneuver her way through a patient's heart we're to believe she can't find the Space Needle. She stops to ask a cyclist for directions, but as he gives them to her a bunch of ambulances scream by. She's distracted by them and after a moment, heads off in the opposite direction of where he directed her to follow the sirens almost as if she's in a trance.
Arizona has gone to the hospital to talk to Richard about getting her job back but he's only slightly more receptive than Callie was, and that just means he'll actually listen to what she has to say before shutting her down. He points out that he hired Stark on a year contract and can't just eat that money to hire her back. I love Arizona. And clearly, as she is a regular on this show, and her "replacement" is just a featured guest star, she will get her job back somehow, but seriously, did she figure that the job would just be waiting for her when she changed her mind on a whim? You're smarter than this, Arizona! Alex walks by and is totally stoked to see her, and it's a huge relief to Arizona to have someone finally give her the reception she felt she deserved. When the Chief goes to answer a page, she tells Alex to give her all of the dirt on her replacement.