George actually had a bit of a storyline in this episode. Shocker. With the whole George-does-well-under-pressure and thinking-10-steps-ahead things, I'm thinking he's going to pick a specialty that is high pressure where you have to think fast on your feet. Maybe Army doctor? Which probably means George is leaving Seattle Grace, which has been the rumor for a while. You know, I don't think I'll miss him.
Owen's getting help with his PTSD. Maybe that means there's hope for him and Cristina. My fingers are crossed for those two.
I kinda like Meredith in this episode. She's not afraid to stand up for herself. She's not afraid of being the dark and twisty person who gets married in scrubs and doesn't wear her engagement ring. (Seriously?! I'm not sure I would take it off.) She's also not afraid to be happy.
Lexie eating to deal with Mark and Derek still fighting was hilarious. And the man love between McSteamy and McDreamy when they made up was adorable.
Loved, LOVED, that scene at the end with Meredith and Lexie. But when did Meredith switch from not wanting to acknowledge her sister at all to having her as a bridesmaid? I'm sure it happened gradually, but when did it start? Also, are they ever going to bring back the other sister? The one that had the baby? Best line... "You can stop eating now." "Oh thank god."
Bailey switching to peds is going to continually break my heart with all the children storylines they're going to put into the show now. I just don't know if I can handle it.
Wow. I didn't expect them to show the guy jumping out the window. Okay, it was special effects but still. Not what I expected.