McDreamy and Meredith, they meet again in an exam room. Meredith tells him that she'd normally like the things he said to her, and normally would even think the bulletin board thing was funny, but he's married. McDreamy doesn't know about the bulletin board, but says he's not going to pressure her. "Take all the time you need. Whatever you decide, I'm ending it with Addison today." Mere reminds him that he's said this before. McDreamy says yes, but this time he means it, and he's coming clean with her as soon as he sees her. He gets closer and closer to Meredith as he talks, and nearly kisses her before they're interrupted by Callie. Who looks very annoyed. Because she's the greatest. Derek leaves, and Callie hands Meredith's panties back to her. "You guys should think about getting a hotel room or something."
Cristina busts into Burke's room, where he and his sweet-looking daddy are reading. She acts weird and jumpy, and Burke's daddy kind of gives her this half-smile and goes back to his paper. Cristina walks over to Burke's bed to inform him that his mother wants to have coffee with her, and also thinks she's a racist stripper. Hee. Burke laughs. Cristina says it is not funny, not funny at all. Burke: "She's just my Mama, Cristina." Cristina recoils. "Your MAMA?" Burke says Cristina will love Mama when they get to know each other. "Everybody loves my Mama," says Burke. That's hilarious, and also perfect, because the sheer number of mama's boys below the Mason-Dixon would astound you. Do you know how hard it was to find a husband down here who wasn't retarded in love with his Mama? Al Lowe had to ship hers in from New Jersey! Cristina glares at him, and grits, "You. Will save me. From this." Burke just grins. After she leaves, Daddy Burke joins his son in a good healthy Southern-fried laugh. Silly women!