Mere hands Hunt some lab results; nearby, Mark walks up to Teddy to talk about the surgery. She pauses a moment and then asks him to scrub in and place the implants for him, and when he agrees she stutters a bit and then tells him she might actually be free that evening. Hunt's ears perk up at this and he watches as a happy Mark tells her there's an Italian restaurant they could try, but Teddy shoots that idea down as fast as possible and suggests a drink at Joe's, "and then..." When Mark tells her he wants them to get to know each other Teddy stutters, rescinds her availability, and bolts. Hunt then walks over to demand to know what Mark is doing, and then tries to defend Teddy's honor by saying she's not the kind of woman Mark can just bang and leave. (Fine, there's some paraphrasing there.) But Mark informs Hunt that in this situation, he appears to be the respectful adult and that maybe Hunt should talk to Teddy about how she treats men. He smirks and walks off while Mere glares death rays into Hunt as she saw the whole exchange.
Callie leaves her dungeon long enough to go grab lunch with Arizona in the cafeteria, and when Arizona brings up the idea of Mark and Teddy Callie happily says she had the very same thought. They have a few smug moments about how they are the most in-sync, brilliant couple ever in the history of romance but then there's the proverbial record scratch when Arizona says that Teddy needs someone to cleanse her palate (her surgical field, if you will) and Callie replies that Teddy needs someone to father her children. Callie explains that Mark wants a family and Arizona fesses up to the whole "candy" analogy, her excuse being that she had no idea about this new fatherly side of Mark. Speak of the devil, he comes in and throws himself into a chair to lament how Teddy said no, then yes, then no, and is treating him like a piece of meat. When he asks who would do that, Arizona ventures that in fact he would, but he says he has changed. One can understand her confusion as it was only days before that he was acting like he was trying to win the gold in the Sex Olympics. Alex comes up to tell him the time of the surgery and when Mark pats his arm, a scared Alex flinches away from him. He obviously doesn't quite believe Mark's promise that he'll stop being a jerk. (An understandable fear given that he was caught with Little Grey two seconds after said promise was made.)