Teddy is up in the NICU examining a little baby, which gives her a chance to chat with Arizona -- apparently that's the only way we get to learn anything about her private life these days. She realizes that she seems more excited than Arizona does about her and Callie's moving in together, but Arizona protests with a big, overcompensating grin and promptly turns the conversation to Teddy's new man. Teddy is pretty cute as she dreamily tells her that the conversation never stops, but when Arizona asks what they talk about and what he is like, Teddy comes to the realization that mostly she talks and he listens. What she's saying seems to sink in after a moment but for good measure, Arizona gently reminds her that he should be a good listener, given that it's his job.
Mitch and Russ are doing well enough that they are now hanging out in Kerry's room, giving her a hard time about liking Warren. Both of them obviously don't get it since he's not as hot as either of them -- Mere was right, this really is junior high. Kerry hits the nail on the head, saying they don't really love her but they just think they do because she's a girl who likes to play flag football, and then they all got struck by lightning. She starts to cry and the boys start blaming each other and generally being doofuses -- they're totally not mean-spirited, but just clueless. Lexie finally can't take it any longer and tells them that she's crying because everything changed when the lightning struck, since Kerry used to be one member of a team but now everyone looks at her differently. The guys both look chastised, but Kerry speaks up with a shaky voice that no, she was just crying because she was worried about Warren. It's Lexie's turn to look sheepish, and Kerry sends her to find out if he is okay.