This is it, kids. The finale of Grey's Anatomy season 5. This should be good. Box(ex) of Kleenex ready? Let's go.
The first of the two-part finale opens, as usual, with aerial shots of Seattle. Meredith's (Ellen Pompeo) doing the voiceover, and she's saying something about things not ending the way you planned them, in obvious reference to what happened with her non-wedding day. We see Mer and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) cuddling on the floor on the morning after. She remembers the one-night stand (Derek) that led to this moment. And to top it all off, Derek figured out a way to get Izzie's tumor. Everything's hanky-dory.
Izzie (Katherine Heigl) with a scarf is walking with Alex (Justin Chambers), because she doesn't want to spend their honeymoon in bed. She tells Alex she wants her to meet all her patient friends, as opposed to her doctor friends. She comes into the room and announces, "I'm a bride!" and shows off the wedding ring. She introduces him to the cancer patients, and one of them makes him twirl around so they can see the butt. She calls it, "quality bootie" and congratulates a beaming Izzie.
Owen (Kevin McKidd) tells Cristina (Sandra Oh) that he had a good session with his shrink, and she asks him about his mom, who apparently doesn't know that Hunt's back in the US. He asks George (T.R. Knight), who enters the picture, to follow him. They meet a patient, Charlie, who obviously has heard of Hunt. Callie (Sara Ramirez) says she doesn't find anything functionally wrong with the leg, other than the fact that he can't walk or run. Callie says there's nothing she can do. Charlie has a suggestion: cut it off and replace it with a prosthetic leg so he can get back to Iraq.
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