Callie is trying to avoid Arizona after a crappy date, and so chooses to spend a day in the ER. She jinxes herself by noting that it's totally quiet, and so is rewarded with a number of about-to-be college graduates who were in a horrific car accident. Callie is also being stalked by Arizona, who wants to know why their date went so weird the night before. Callie won't talk to her girlfriend until Arizona finally confronts her at the end of the day because she is so hurt, and Callie spills that she got stressed out going to an expensive restaurant since she has no money anymore. Arizona of course understands, and they decide that they can spend date nights in bed with pizza instead. George is there all day to help out Hunt, but has a very 007 day as six of his patients die despite his rather awesome levelheadedness and trauma skills. He's totally defeated about what happened but Hunt tells him sincerely that he did a great job, and trauma is a team sport. He assures George that he was a crucial part of the team. The lesson that everyone seems to learn from all of the dying (and the single living) patients is that you shouldn't wait to live your life and instead just go for it. While Hunt and Cristina don't go for it, per se, they are at least talking in more than three-word sentences and clearly yearning for each other. Owen tells Cristina that he and his doctor pinpointed the ceiling fan as the trigger that set off the choking incident, so at the end of the night at home she beats it out of the ceiling.
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