George is still hanging out with the dress, still incredibly unamused. Cristina walks in and joins the husbands-to-be, Meredith, Alex, and the contest judge (who is reading a newspaper) to gape at him. She asks if this is it, and Meredith admits that she thought it would be more exciting. Cristina announces that a monkey could hold a dress. A monkey would also be far more entertaining and probably less petulant. George tells them it's a lot harder than it looks and Helena nicely tells him not to let them psych him out. Her fiancée protests that he's the competition, and the judge asks Alex if they're allowed to give morphine to non-patients. If that's the case, they should also give it to recappers for the pain that still lingers from Season Three. Alex is enjoying heckling over Meredith's protests, but Cristina is able to lure them both away by dangling the disk that contains Rick's video of his ill-fated skydive.
They've gathered in a lounge; Mere has made some popcorn, and they settle in and watch. Izzie joins them and when she hears what it is, she declares that they're sick. Cristina contends that it's not a snuff video since he lives, and her tone of voice implies that this makes it not sick at all. Izzie can't not watch, in the end, and the three of them narrate the action on the TV as neither of his chutes open. They marvel that there isn't any screaming, but then think he might be saying something, and turn up the sound. Why on earth would they wonder why there's no screaming if they're watching the video without the sound? It makes no sense, other than that they needed to turn up the sound mid-fall to highlight that Rick is yelling about how much he loves Sally and he can't believe he never told her. Izzie asks who Sally is, and they say she's the instructor. Cristina then realizes that Izzie's there instead of in surgery; Izzie explains about the anesthesia allergy, which clearly sets the wheels turning in Cristina's head.
Meredith and Cristina are left alone in the room, and as Cristina searches on the computer, Meredith muses yet again about how she drowned, actually died, and then realized how stupid her issues actually are. They're even more stupid if all you do is talk about them and never make any effort to change, and they're starting to give me a headache every time this subject comes up. If this storyline doesn't get shaken up a bit soon, it's going to get dangerously close to last season's levels of waffling and stupidity. Cristina asks Meredith how these problems apply to her. Of course they don't; Mere just answers by continuing the subject. She's amazed that Rick nearly died and only wanted to tell Sally that he loved her. She got the same chance and what has she done with it? And God bless Cristina, she finally informs Meredith, "You know, being aware of your crap and actually overcoming your crap are two very different things!" Meredith agrees, which in itself means she didn't hear a word, since it's yet more being aware without doing; meanwhile Cristina rips a paper out of the printer and runs out.