Burke and George are conversing on the glass walkway, like you do at Seattle Grace, and Burke small-talks about Callie being a bridesmaid. Burke then asks George if he was the one who needed more urging to get married, but George says he didn't even think about it. "It just seemed like a good idea at the time." The bruises from my being clubbed over the head with the idea that Callie isn't the right one for him and that he rushed into it are getting awfully bad at this point. I need an ice pack. I guess I was being naÃ¯ve when I thought that he finally had sacked up and made a good, if rash, decision and could make this relationship work. Thanks, writers, for correcting me and for correcting the storyline you seemed to be going with a few weeks ago before you decided George and Izzie were in LUV. This being the case, he mentions that Burke and Cristina have been together a while. Burke's still on the subject of George and continues that they got married fast, and George says maybe it's better to know someone for a while before legally binding yourself to them for the rest of your life; Burke says that isn't a guarantee. But the two agree on one thing, and that's that they don't believe in divorce. No, Burke, you just believe in forcing a marriage that doesn't seem to be the actual wish of your girlfriend, but divorce is a no-no. George asks if it's possible to love two people at the same time, and Burke tells him, "I'm still hoping it's possible to just love one person." And I'm just hoping that no one watches this show and takes it as a lesson of how marriage works.
George's wife finds his True Love in the hall and asks to make sure it's not too weird that they are bridesmaids together, and it's actually done in such a way that it's a really nice gesture. To her credit, even though she's clearly trying to end the conversation as quickly as possible by agreeing it's fine, Izzie takes it without getting mean like she usually does. She leaves just as Cristina walks in and asks Callie if she thought the last dress was okay and begins to sound a little bit like a real bride as she talks about the fit. But then she snaps back into being Cristina and quips, "A wedding's just one day, right?"