Back at Mayo, as they operate Feeny announces to Cristina that though he's old, he knows how Google works and he looked her up and learned that she was in a plane crash. Again, I ask -- how could this have been something that didn't get around the hospital before she arrived? It rings about as true as the Boise Chief only calling Owen's phone all day when the doctors never showed up. Regardless, it's good for Cristina because she really doesn't want to talk about it, especially with Feeny. She tells him she'd rather focus on the medicine and so he goes along with that and points out some fancy stitch he's doing on Pop Pop's heart. Cristina marvels at his technique, and Feeny tells her that he's the only one who can do it because he dedicated his life to learning the method and didn't bother with silly distractions like family. I can't tell if her awe is sincere but I think it is supposed to be because she seems embarrassed that she doesn't have a signature move when he asks her. He tells her that life is short so she'd better get on it, and I wonder if this is going to point her focus back to her work and away from Owen, Mere and Seattle. As he wraps up the job he takes the chance to remind her that "Po Po" now has an actual chance at life rather than dying while hooked up to an LVAD, waiting for a transplant.
Later, Callie and Arizona are again eating a meal from TV trays -- Callie on the sofa, and Arizona in her wheelchair still facing away from her wife. Callie remind her about the meeting the next evening and gently asks if she wants to go, but when Arizona finally musters up a response it's that Callie is going so she doesn't have to. Callie points out that she's going for Mark since he can't speak for himself, and since Arizona can speak for herself she should be there. Unfortunately she walks right into a trap when she says that it's not a decision she should be making for her. Arizona sneers that Callie wasn't shy about making other decisions for her and starts screaming at her to say it again. And yet again, I say to my living room that Arizona was unconscious, convulsing, and in fact crashing, so at that moment she couldn't speak for herself and in "death versus amputation," amputation seems the better choice. Callie gets up and throws her dishes in the sink while Arizona rolls after her, screaming about how it was easy for her to decide to hack off Arizona's leg. Unsurprisingly, this ruckus wakes Sofia and she starts crying. Callie finally yells that fine, she'll go and she's voting to take the money since she thinks that's what Mark would want. Arizona snidely replies that she thinks Mark would want her to go get her crying daughter, but he'll just have to learn to live with disappointment like the rest of them. Well no, he's dead, so he doesn't have to learn to live with anything. And to be honest, I think Mark would have given Arizona what for about her treatment of Callie long before this.