In case we weren't sure that a Big Emotional Moment was coming, the music swells as Callie walks in to talk to a still-angry Arizona. As Arizona works, Callie softly tells her that she gets it, that Arizona watched her parents go through the horrible pain of losing a child and watches other parents go through horrible pain all the time, but that if they had a baby that wouldn't happen to them. Is Callie all-knowing, now? Jeez. Callie goes on and smiles as she says that their baby would be so happy, but Arizona just starts making her duck lips again, signaling that she's about to lay the smack down. She informs Callie that she's only going to say this once, and then tells Callie that she's not broken for not wanting kids, and that her lack of wanting isn't something that Callie can proudly diagnose and fix. She just likes her life the way it is and doesn't want it to change. "I thought I liked it with you in it. I hope I'm not wrong." She then gets up and walks out to let the semi-ultimatum sink in.
Sloan is in bed, twiddling her thumbs nervously, when Mark appears in the hallway and announces that he called her mom. Wait, is someone finally acting like a responsible adult in this situation? Sloan freaks out but Mark assures her that she was worried and misses her, and says she's on her way. Mark admits he is worried too. Sloan asks if her mom convinced Mark that keeping the baby was a bad idea because she's young and irresponsible, and her super defensive tone only works to validate that theory as she's trying to deny it. She then guesses that Mark figured he didn't have time for a kid, and pouts that she can handle him on her own. I guess this is where we're supposed to feel sorry for her and her trust issues, but I still think she's just brat. Mark, though, really has gotten his common sense back, and tells her she totally can't handle a kid on her own and that she IS young and irresponsible, and that keeping the baby probably is a bad idea but if that's what she wants to do, he'll be in, and he's not too busy for family. She starts to tear up as he adds, "But don't keep the baby for me. You'll always have me. And I'll always want you." Aw, I do still love Mark even though he lost his senses for a little while. It's just a shame that they made Sloan such an insufferable pain in the ass. He takes her hand, and tells her he's so happy to have gotten to know her, and she smiles back at him through her tears.
Cristina -- Teddy's words having sunk in -- finds Owen and steers him towards Derek's office while telling him that he has to tell Derek to hire Teddy instead of Evans. Owen is clearly not happy about this plan but Cristina is too worried now to pick up on that, though he's pretty obviously unhappy. After Evans and Derek shake hands, and Cristina gives Owen some unasked-for advice about how to act, Evans leaves, complimenting Cristina on her work on his way out, and Owen walks in and shuts the door. Derek cuts him off to say that he thinks Teddy is a "fine surgeon" -- the medical equivalent of a girl telling a guy she thinks he's, "really sweet, but..." -- and Owen asks if Evans is in. Derek thinks so, and Owen tells him he thinks it's a good move for the hospital because Evans is good and would draw patients from all over. Derek is glad, but confused and not sure how to react when "righteous and misunderstood" is taken off the table. Owen tells him that Teddy has lots of connections, though most are on the East Coast, and will be fine if Derek decides against her. He walks out, Cristina runs up and kisses him as thanks, and his shoulders droop. Obviously he's thinking it will be easier for him for Teddy to be on the East Coast. Dude, again I remind everyone that this storyline was pretty effectively written, acted, and RESOLVED earlier in the season and that this feels like a retread, and a predictable one at that.