Richard is eating alone in a conference room and when Mark sees this, he pops his head in to gossip about what happened between Teddy and Hunt, since everyone is talking about it. Richard calmly points out that no one is talking about it to him, as when he walks in all conversation stops. I still don't really believe that Mark (or at least someone at that table) would have just ignored Richard's clearly wanting to join them for lunch, but it's good for the story, so Mark explains to Richard that you don't talk locker room talk in front of the coach. Richard tries to insist that he's just a regular player now but Mark quietly tells him that mostly he's still the coach, and that it's a sign of respect. "You'd be wrong to take it any other way." And I believe all that is true, but I still don't believe they'd leave him hanging with a lunch tray in hand like an unpopular seventh-grader.
Despite Teddy's outburst, she still has to run this test on Kim and she explains to her that she knows the procedure already -- she'll be sedated and then they'll stick a tube down her throat. Sean is confused since they already ran this last week, and asks if there is a chance the results could have been wrong. Teddy says that it's unlikely, and tries to shut down the conversation, but he's a desperate man and he wants to know who is asking questions or why they are doing this, because he needs to know if his wife might get better. Cristina finally cuts him off and says there is no chance she'll get better, that this is unnecessary and just the hospital covering its ass. He's stunned into silence and then nods -- I would think this would cause another round of questions but I guess it's all less important when your terminal wife is going to end her life later that day. A shaken Teddy thanks Cristina for the help and she brushes it off as nothing. Thanks, Owen, for making all of this even harder on every single person involved.