The next heart-tugging home video is supposedly from 2009 when Mark is toasting Arizona and Callie at their wedding -- if that is true, then this show has continued to monkey with dates like no other since that episode aired in May of 2011 and we seemed to be fairly on a consistent timeline by that point. Regardless, it shows Mark telling a story about a wedding he attended where two sets of grandparents in attendance had been married over 60 years. He raises a glass to the mothers of his child and tells them that will be them at their granddaughter's wedding. The videographer then asks Mark if he'll be dancing at that wedding, and Mark sad-sacks that you need a partner for that. In a completely inappropriate and contrived moment, the guy then asks Mark if he did have a partner, who would it be? Come on, who asks that? I wish someone asked me that in the wedding I was in this summer so that I could have answered, "Ewan McGregor." But this is TV, and so Mark says the answer is an easy one: Lexie Grey. Which isn't awkward at all with her attending this same wedding with another man. I mean, come on. No one asks a single wedding attendee that question.
Alex finds Callie in the hospital and wants to talk to her about the new peds attending; Callie warns him repeatedly that it's not a good time but he forges ahead anyway to tell her that the dude is shipping off the orphan program and he knows Arizona wouldn't have wanted that. He starts to suggest Callie could do something but she cuts him off and announces that she's got too much going on and the program doesn't mean anything to her. "Sometimes things die and there's nothing you can do about it." He's finally silent, while we are left to continue to ponder Arizona's fate.
Duchess Catherine manages to remove the appendix and her fellow interns cheer from the gallery, but Mere reminds her that she's not finished and she freezes and can't remember the next step. The patient shows signs of distress so finally Mere shoves her out of the way and takes over the rest of the procedure. Owen watches from above while the other interns file out, dejected by their colleague's failure.
Feeny and Cristina are getting ready for their own surgery both sporting forest-green scrubs, so we know that this is totally a different operating room than the ones we usually see. He disagrees with the method she wants to use on her infant patient and drones on and on and on about her generation liking everything the quick and dirty way. She finally cuts him off and agrees to use his method but points out that since it is a baby there's only room for one headlamp, which equals only one surgeon. He agrees and then smoothly moves to steal the surgery out from under her -- under the guise of it being a favor -- until she yells at him to stop and then as courteously as possible tells him to back the fuck off. She demands that the nurse give her the headlight, and Feeny just gives her a doddering nod in reply.