Surgery at the hospital just seems so downright boring now. As they all help out with Callie's surgery, Richard tells them he has to leave so that he can pre-order the duck for dinner, since it takes six hours to cook. Callie realizes with breathy excitement that it's the night of the residency dinner and asks to come, but Richard happily tells her that she had her dinner and now it's their turn. The three of them look like they'd rather be anywhere but there (they have no idea that compared to their comrades they are in Heaven right now) but try to fake excitement when Richard asks if they are looking forward to it. He's either choosing to ignore their tones or he's just so excited about his six-hour duck that he can't hear the sarcasm oozing out from behind their surgical masks. When Richard leaves, Alex cracks that he'll give one of the others $10 to stab him in the face. Callie realizes they aren't excited, and she's not happy about it.
Owen walks up to Teddy as she works on a chart and after watching her a moment, says that now he understands why she was trying so hard to get Cristina to stay. He guesses that if Cristina stayed, Teddy would take this job, and she doesn't answer so it seems to be true. That said, I think Owen is being a little simplistic because I think Teddy would have wanted Cristina there anyway if for no other reason than that she is Owen's wife, so she would have wanted them to patch things up because that's what you do for your friends. But Owen can't really tell up from down at this point, so he can only see that she wanted to be able to go. He tells Teddy he'll be fine but she tells him sadly that he won't, because he's losing the love of his life. Owen finally admits that he already misses Cristina terribly, and she's not even gone yet. Teddy tells him she wishes that she could say that the feeling will go away, but it won't. On that cheery note, she leaves him to his thoughts.