And now, here's a scene with McDreamy and Addison, in which I could not be less interested. I have somehow gone from liking them okay to hating them as a couple in the course of thirty-three minutes. It could, however, just be the wine. Addison has found them a place to have lunch up on a roof somewhere, with a view of downtown Seattle. McDreamy says he should have taken her literally when she said she found a lunch spot with a view. Addison says she found it in her "Best of Seattle" book, and it's hardly brown-bagging it on the top of the Empire State Building, but they do have cute little viewfinders. Blah blah, McDreamy tells her she always finds something to complain about, blah blah blee bloo, Addison wants to know if there's anything he likes about her anymore, blah blah McDreamy not so much. Addison asks him if he's going to stop talking to Meredith. McDreamy looks mcdreamily out over the water, and says he might not be ready yet. Addison asks him if he's ever going to be ready. McDreamy: "What if I say no?" Addison says if the answer is no, she won't be moving. McDreamy says he guesses they're at an impasse, then. Zzzzzzzz.
Burke finds Cristina in a stairwell. He tells her they never finished their conversation. Cristina says they certainly did; they decided they're not going to tell "you-know-who" about them. Voldemort?! I wouldn't tell him, either! Burke tells her that her career and reputation are in much more danger if Webber hears about them through the grapevine. Burke thinks, also, that maybe Cristina's hesitation is for some different reason, like not wanting to admit to the relationship at all. Cristina disavows him of that notion: "WE. Are a couple." Burke says fine, and walks off. The closed captioners tell me that Cristina sighs. They are correct.