George tries to talk to her, saying her name a couple of times, but Meredith is inconsolable. Suddenly, his bruised ego can't take anymore, so he climbs off of her, saying, "Sleeping with me is really this awful for you?" Ouch. Meredith tries to explain to him that it's not him, but he's already run out. And I get it from both sides, you know? I do. I get that she's upset and that he should try to console her, but I also get that the woman he thinks he loves just dissed him in the sack WHILE HE WAS NAKED and that if that happened to me? I'd walk out too. I wouldn't whine about it as much as George does, but I'd walk out on a sobbing person who asked me if I was DONE yet. I mean, really.
George enters Meredith's room in the present and picks up his shirt. The shirt that Mere removed the night before. Aw. When he turns to leave, Mere's in the doorway. "There's a suitcase in the hall," she says. George just says he was getting his shirt and that he doesn't live there anymore. He goes to leave, but he stops in the doorway. "Why?" he asks. "I just want to know why you -- if you didn't want to " "I didn't know I didn't want to," says Meredith. "You were there, and you were saying all these perfect things, and I was sad. And so I thought, maybe. Maybe I've just been overlooking what's been in front of me. And if I just give it a chance, because you're George and you're so great I didn't know I didn't want to, until I knew I didn't want to." George is like, yeaaaaah. Great. Thanks for that. Buh-bye now. Mere wants to go back to the way things were, but George says they can't because he doesn't want to go back. "I'm done," he says. "We're done." THANK GOD.
George's voice-over says that karma will force us to face ourselves. Izzie is putting on lipstick in the locker room. Alex walks up behind her and asks if she's ready and Izzie's all, the huh? Alex says that he thought they had plans, but Izzie conveniently forgot them and asks for a rain check. Alex acts like this doesn't bother him at all and walks off. Burke goes to check on Mark and his heart, and Mark calls out for Amy. Burke says she's not here, but Mark is, and that's what counts. "She left?" says Mark. "She really left? Who does that? What kind of a person does that?" Sniff. George's voice-over says that, one way or another, our karma will always find us. Izzie shows up in Denny's room with a bag of goodies. She sets up a little picnic with wine glasses and juice, and Denny says that this isn't quite how he envisioned their perfect first date. "Are you kidding?" quips Izzie. "Do you know how hard I've had to work to get a cute guy in bed before?" Aw.