At the bar, Mark and Addie are waiting for drinks in a very awkward silence. He finally asks her how it was in L.A. She tells him it was different, except that everyone still had wildly inappropriate romantic connections and way too much drama. But at least it was sunny. And then Addison tells him that it doesn't have to be awkward between them just because they failed as a couple. She still wants to be friends. He suggests they be friends with benefits, and she shoots him down. Oh, come on, Addie -- take one last ride on the McSteamy express before you head to California. Joe brings the drinks, and Addison asks him how things went with Potential Birth Mom. Joe thinks Walter wants to kill him for being so awkward and possibly screwing up their chances, but he won't know until Walter gets back from taking her to the bus station. Addison reassures him that he'll make a great dad, even if it doesn't happen right away. Joe asks her if she ever thinks about having kids. Addison: "All the time." Since last week, at least.
Richard walks down a corridor in the hospital and sees Adele coming from the other direction. He calls out her name and she ducks in the restroom. He calls out that he knows she saw him and that it's silly for them not to speak. He claims to have moved on, and further claims that he's dating. And then he remembers that lying is a sin, so he corrects himself and says that he will be dating any day now.
At Casa Grey, there's a little hen party going on. Cristina is looking at her margarita and wondering what she's supposed to do about her vows. Meredith is shocked, shocked to hear that Cristina hasn't written anything. She should talk. Cristina thinks it's stupid crap, but Izzie tells her that vows and weddings are important and gives a speech about love that has enough saccharine in it to give a rat cancer. It's mostly about how painful it is to not be with the person that you love. Cristina asks her to repeat the speech so she can use it as her vows. Meredith, noting the awkwardness in the room, points out that Izzie must be talking about Denny, her dead fiancÃ© and the love of her life. And not George, the pal for whom she has no romantic feelings whatsoever.