Owen and Stark's patient is a little girl named Asha, 10 years old, who has some severe injuries from an explosive which then healed incorrectly and on top of that, she is HIV-positive. April is sitting on the girl's bed trying to say hello in Swahili, but Asha is terrified and physically recoils when they try to take her blood pressure. Owen gives some instructions but April is too busy trying to calm the girl in Swahili and doesn't hear him; after Owen repeats himself Stark pointedly tells April that if she spent more time doing her job and less learning another language that they wouldn't have to repeat themselves. April is mortified, though more from Stark's public chastising than from Owen's repeating himself.
Teddy is in the elevator and is none too pleased when Cristina catches the door as it is closing and hops on. After a moment of staring at the door, she sucks it up, turns around and apologizes. Well, "apologizes." She tells Teddy she's sorry for going over her head and putting her in a difficult position. Worse, she's clearly proud and thinks she just acted completely generously and is about to be forgiven. Teddy isn't impressed, and asks if she means it or if she just wants back on Teddy's service? After a moment of thought, Cristina asks if it matters. Unfortunately for Cristina, it does, and Teddy storms off.
Callie, Arizona and their parents are in the apartment for the wedding rehearsal, and The Colonel starts out by handing everyone a schedule for the next two days that is set to the minute. For as scheduled as her dad is, Arizona's mom is easily distracted by Sofia and Arizona tries to keep her on track so that they get through the rehearsal before she has to be back at the hospital. Once she reads the schedule, though, she's appalled that her dad hasn't put in a moment of silence so that they could light a candle for her brother. Arizona's mom just quietly tells Arizona to let it go; this is clearly an issue that has come up in the family before. Callie tries to smooth things out by getting them back on track, and when she mentions "Father Brooks" who will perform the ceremony, her mom is surprised and possibly slightly appalled that they found a priest. Callie clarifies that he's a minister but promises that it will all still be very "churchy." As someone who tends to try way too hard to please everyone else, I ache for Callie as she is clearly trying to do a lot of this for her mom, who is just acting totally weird. Arizona's is pissed when Mark shows up -- while Arizona has found peace with their strange little family, The Colonel obviously isn't ready to do so. The already uncomfortable atmosphere is made even more so when Callie's mom won't hold Sofia when Callie tries to hand her over; Mr. Torres swoops in and is happy to take the baby instead but even he can't cover up that this rehearsal is about as un-celebratory an event as could be imagined.