April stands up for herself on her wedding day, "hunting" down her bridesmaids in her curlers, getting them tailored, shutting them up before curtain call. Owen tells her that everyone likes her, her dress is gorgeous, everything's going as planned and then Jackson has to stand up and tell her he loves her, right smack in the middle of it.
"Grey's Anatomy" is to television what Pinterest is to the Internet. It's lines from this episode, like "Make this year count!" or "Invest in your brand!" and "Let it go!" that make me think of the sort of JPGs with paisley backgrounds and serif fonts my mother (whom I adore) attaches to her emails.
The "Grey's Anatomy" writers must have a folder somewhere filled with templates for certain types of episodes. "Putting On The Ritz," the series' 200th episode, was basically Season Two's "Losing My Religion," in which they threw a prom -- Derek and Meredith even stopped and mentioned that night, long, long ago. But that party episode was more dramatic and the proverbial night was still young.