The alarms are still ringing in Teddy's OR but Sloan goes about his business and tries to get the others off his back while he works. He's like a kid who had his favorite toy taken away, just pouting and offering up passive aggressive comebacks to everything Teddy has to say. Of course, as she is really starting to freak out, the alarms stop and Todd's pressure comes back up. Mark finishes up and then dramatically rips off his gown as Teddy compliments his work. He tells her it's a hobby: "Professionally I'm more focused on my work as a male escort." He's not really making a good argument for wanting a mature woman, here, since he's acting like a petulant teenager whose girlfriend dumped him for his lab partner.
Hunt goes back to Audrey and Don and explains the surgery while Richard listens. She picks up on the improvisational nature of it and figures it's a death sentence rather than a plan. Don, who has been by her side every moment and supportive, has clearly finally had it as Hunt reminds her that this could give her way more of a life than just a month. She starts yelling that he's gambling away her daughter's wedding, so Don jumps in and says that he'll call the daughter and a justice of the peace and that they can do the wedding here and now. He reminds her that she doesn't like weddings, and that their daughter will be mad at her that day anyway because that's how brides handle their stress. She yells at him to stop but this is clearly what he's wanted to say for a while, and he says their daughter doesn't care about her wedding because her mother is dying, which makes Audrey physically recoil. Even though he's yelling, it's obviously out of love and caring and he's not a jackass like our other husband this week -- he reminds her that their daughter will need her around for grandkids and the like, and that he needs her too. Richard finally pipes up and says that Don and Hunt are both right here, and that Hunt will solve things as they come and his plan is a good one. She hugs her husband while Hunt looks at Richard, grateful for the support.
Arizona and Lexie come out to tell Noah's ridiculous parents that he is going to be totally fine. Kelly is worried about hugging or wrestling with him, already trying to explain (clearly more for her idiot husband) that Noah is a boy and he initiates it, so Jim reminds her not to throw him on the ground. Man, this is down as one of my least favorite recent storylines to have to recap -- these people are idiots. Arizona looks like she wants to punch him but assures Kelly she can do all that and that if he's in pain again now they will know what to do. Jim tries to cut her off and there's another fight, which Lexie breaks up by offering to take them to see him. Arizona stays behind, and drops her head back in the chair, exhausted.