Arizona finds Teddy who does appear to have dozed off standing up. She wakes her up and tells her that if she's too tired, they can always postpone their plans. Her transparency combined with Teddy's delicate emotional state make Teddy immediately worry that Arizona doesn't want to hang out and that she's freaking out people in general. She basically pleads with Arizona, telling her she doesn't want to be the sad widow who ruin's everyone's fun. Arizona quickly backtracks and assures her she just thought she might be tired, but that everyone is really excited. Teddy is giddy, and runs off to find some more coffee.
Arizona then finds her wife and Bailey and yells at them that they are all bad, selfish people. This would be funnier if it wasn't so plain from the first that, well, they totally are. She tells them that Teddy is feeling vulnerable and needs them, and they are being shitty friends who want to have sex instead of hanging out. Bailey is still so caught up in her own plans that she actually chastises Callie for this until Callie points out where she got the idea in the first place. Arizona just yells at them that they are doing ladies' night, no excuses. And because they are all kind of selfish jerks, they all pout at the prospect of spending a single evening with their widowed friend.
Mere finds Lexie in the hall, mumbling about all of the charts she read and how the info all just seemed to fall out of her brain at one time. April sees them and demands to know why Lexie isn't in the library but Mere puts her foot down and tells April that they broke her.
Owen is finally, really leaving the firehouse apartment. He has his jacket on and picks up his bag, telling Cristina that he'll come back for the rest of his things another time. She just sits, not looking at him, and nods. He's terribly sad but finally tells her goodbye, and she whispers it back still without turning towards him. He then tells her that he'll always be in love with her, that she's the love of his life and he'll never love anyone else. It's unfortunate that he didn't think this out beforehand, but these two are just such a mess that even I can't justify their staying together at this point. Cristina finally looks at him and tells him, disappointed, that he didn't even remember the woman's name. I don't know if that's really that horrible a thing given everything else that has transpired but she obviously can't handle it; he also seems to have run out of comebacks and just tells her to take care of herself, and then leaves.