As the wedding approaches, the bride feels the walls closing in. As the final choice for the new chief approaches, the Attendings feel the walls closing in. Bailey's up for becoming chief resident, as is Callie, who feels like taking her marriage to the next level, possibly only as an effort to hang on to George. The interns get their test results, as Alex finds out Rebecca and her baby are being discharged. Written by
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When Cristina, Karev, Izzie, George, and Meredith see Dr. Burke and they are discussing his aorta dissection, the first several shots of Meredith show she still has a piece of toilet paper stuck in her hair tie from Cristina's bridal shower, but when she walks away from Bailey the toilet paper is no longer there. See more
Dr. Preston Burke
[his wedding vows as he tells them to Addison, Izzie and the other women in the OR
Cristina, I could promise to hold you and to cherish you. I could promise to be in sickness and in health. I could say, til death do us part. But I won't. Those vows are for optimistic couples, the ones full of hope. And I do not stand here, on my wedding day, optimistic or full of hope. I am not optimistic, I am not hopeful, I am sure. I am steady. And I know that I am a heart man. I take them apart and I put ...
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