Richard is leaving his trailer and locking up as Meredith runs up to Derek's trailer calling for him. Richard tells her he's not there, and she's caught totally by surprise and clearly a bit uncomfortable after their last encounter. She pulls her jacket tight around her as he tells her, "I'm not a bad man. I know I'm the villain in your story, but I'm not a bad man." That said, he leaves. And it does seem to show that she's growing emotionally that she doesn't say anything back to him in response.
Callie and Mark are walking out of the hospital and Callie saucily asks him if he wants to finish what they started yesterday. He just tells her that she could finish what she started, and motions toward Hahn, who is rummaging through her bag at one of the benches. Callie looks confused but then resigned, and Mark tells her, "I'm growing." Oh, I'm trying so hard to not be 12 years old here. But...I can't help it. YEAH, he's growing! He tells her to go and watches, somewhat pained, as she walks towards Hahn. Once Callie reaches her friend she asks if Hahn wants to grab a drink, sounding pretty much like she's dying. Callie starts to go on nervously, saying she wanted to talk to Erica, but Hahn isn't even listening to her and gripes about her missing keys, and how everything with Cristina sent her into a tizzy. Her voice positively drips with contempt when she uses her resident's name. But Callie finally yells her name and gets her to turn around, surprised. Callie announces, "I'm saying something here. I just... I wanted to say... I just wanted to say..." and with that she leans in and starts to kiss Hahn.
Derek runs into Meredith's house and calls her name. Does no one lock their doors in Seattle?
The Chief then knocks on his own front door and Adele answers, surprised. He tells her that he wants to come home, and when she starts to protest he cuts her off and declares that he's a good man. He spends his days being a good man who made one mistake with a woman 20 years earlier. "I'm a good man for everybody but you, I know that. Don't you think I know that? But I am a good man. And I am your husband, and I love you. Now, I am not asking you to come home. I'm telling you. I am your husband. And I want to come home to my wife." She says nothing and he turns to leave, clearly not actually telling her anything. But she pipes up and tells him, "Well, it's about time!" They then kiss, and I get out the Kleenex for my poor misty eyes.