Hot Man Nurse pages George to Mrs. Seabury's room and informs him that she was caught shoplifting chocolates from the hospital gift shop. George can't believe it, but Mrs. Seabury is all, "I've never done that before! It was exhilarating!" She is annoying me. Hot Man Nurse says she's also planning to leave. George tells her she can't leave -- she's supposed to be resting. Mrs. Seabury is not interested in either surgery or her 60% chance of survival. She says she's spent her entire life stifling every impulse and following every rule, and she's done. "I'm claiming my life, Doctor. I can't do that from a hospital bed." George says she doesn't actually know she'll die. Mrs. Seabury: "Maybe. But at least when I do, I'll know that I have lived." She takes a bite of one of her stolen chocolates and experiences another, uh, moment. Mrs. Seabury really does need to get out more often.
Meredith arrives home and calls out for Izzie. Instead, she discovers Izzie's crazy baking frenzy in the kitchen. She picks up a muffin and the doorbell rings. It's Finn! Finn is cute. He asks Mere what she's doing there, and she explains that she is, she just came home to check on Izzie. Finn says he did too, AND he brought her lunch. Aw, Finn. He says there wasn't really anything anyone could say to make him feel better when his wife died, but the bringing of food actually helped. Meredith is immediately in love with him again because he brought Izzie food even though he knew she wasn't there. I can't blame her. She starts listing off all the things he is: sweet, kind, sensitive, et cetera. Finn tells her that he knows she has a decision to make, and he doesn't want to rush her, but he does want to make one thing clear. Mere: "What's that?" Finn: "I'm not all that sensitive." And then he KISSES HER. Because he's SO CUTE. Dear Lord, how am I ever going to make a decision about my two imaginary TV boyfriends? Commercials.