Cut to Tim, Taye, and Kellerman at the police impound lot, inspecting Kellerman's shiny black penis-mobile, which has been completely stripped for parts. Kellerman wonders who would do that to such an awesome car. Tim: "A chick. A crazy chick." Kellerman: "But she was so hot." And as we all know, hot people are all emotionally stable and completely mature. Taye loved the car because it represented the romance of single life. Kellerman is upset because he thought he was done being single, because he fell in love with his internet hooker after one hookup. Taye asks what her name was. Kellerman: "Sexyboobs316." Tim asks if Kellerman is crying. He is, but he denies it. Taye: "You better be crying over that car, and not over Sexyboobs315." Kellerman: "316!" He's openly sobbing at this point, and Tim wants to just punch him. But Taye says that he can cry about the car and the woman, and kindly pats his back as he cries.
Seattle. Burke enters the bridal shop, where we find Cristina wearing a bedazzled monstrosity with puffy sleeves. There is no way in hell Cristina Yang is wearing puffy sleeves unless she's dressed as a pirate for Halloween. Cristina runs up to Burke. On the way, she passes both Mamas, who are lurking behind a rack of wedding dresses. Naturally, they both like the puffy-sleeved horror. I mean, the dress. Not Cristina. Cristina paged Burke because she's freaking out about all of the planning. Mama Burke has booked a chapel that seats 200, and Cristina has found herself saddled with bridesmaids: "Freakin' stupid, cotton-candy-colored bridesmaids?" She turns to the freakin' stupid, cotton-candy-colored Callie, Meredith, and Izzie and tells them, "No offense." She asks him what happened to the small ceremony she wanted. Burke tells her that he didn't think she was serious. Has he met her? When is she ever not serious? Meredith's pager goes off, and she announces that she has to return to the hospital. And Callie turns to Izzie and suggests that they wander off to give Cristina and Burke some privacy. It takes Izzie a moment to realize that Callie is suggesting they walk to some other place together, and she's pretty rude in announcing that realization. Cristina and Burke continue to talk, and she's pretty shocked to learn that he really wants a big, traditional wedding. When he confirms it, she just lets out a small "Oh." And then Mama Burke tells her that the saleswoman has more dresses for her to look at. Cristina very meekly thanks Mama Burke and walks away. Mama Burke tells Burke, "Cristina has certainly made quite an effort. Tried on, I would say, over a hundred dresses, and that certainly could not have been easy for her." Really, 100? Even at just three minutes per dress, that's five hours. I think Mama Burke is a liar. Burke thinks that Mama Burke is criticizing Cristina, but she tells him that if he thinks Cristina is right for him, she trusts his judgment. But Burke doesn't quite seem to trust his own judgment at the moment. Commercials.