Bailey is still worked up, yelling at Richard for being worried about his legacy, which is not her. Richard turns away and Bailey starts to yell at him for not listening, but then both of them realize what is going on outside and run to the walkway. Hunt pulls Mark off of Derek and Mere runs to her boyfriend. Alex says to Addie, who has joined the crowd, "It's her guy." Addison watches as Meredith leads a hurting Derek away.
Campbell is up in the gallery, gazing at the OR like any good surgeon who has just made a big decision does. Cristina walks in and announces how she would do the surgery without a fluoroscope, which Campbell admits is impressive. Campbell allows that this means Cristina is a better surgeon than she first thought, which makes Cristina smile to herself proudly. Campbell then informs Cristina that today's surgery was her last, acting as if it was entirely her own decision. She tells Cristina that clearly she doesn't think she's going to wake up one day and find she's in exactly the same position. "What will you have? I was a god." Faye delivers this line kind of weirdly, with extra energy and a strange growl to her voice that makes her a little bit scary. She also sucks on her cheeks as she's thinking about what to say next, and I'm not going to lie -- she's a wee bit frightening. She challenges again, "And now? What will you have?" I'm not even quite sure what that means in the context of this conversation but it also seems like she didn't really make a huge impression on Cristina, who is just basking in being right.
Bailey runs into the clinic and notes that nothing appears to be burning down, while Izzie sulks that it just means the second she looks away the interns will all screw up. Then, to prove she's awesome and Izzie is a selfish pain in the ass, she apologizes, unprompted, for being busy with her own business earlier when Izzie wanted to talk. Izzie tells her not to be sorry, since she called Bailey an ass. Bailey seems to find this kind of amusing. Izzie admits she's sick of the hospital, and Bailey points out that Derek just beat Mark up because he was sick of it all. But she contends that making mistakes is how you learn.