Arizona seems to still be wearing her Heelys, since she rolls up to Bailey to ask if she's excited about her peds application. Bailey is rocking new, AWESOME curly hair and looks fantastic, she feels good, and she has amazing recommendation letters to, "put the competition to shame," in this competitive field. She reads excerpts from Derek's and Mark's letters, but when Arizona asks about what Richard said, Bailey has to admit she doesn't have his letter yet. All of those who can see where this story is going from a million miles away, raise your hand. Well, I can't raise mine because then I'd be typing with one hand, but I'm doing it in my head. Arizona reminds her for good measure that his is the only one that matters, but then softens and grins to say that she couldn't be more excited to have Bailey on board. The Chief then comes down the stairs and Bailey reminds him, but he just says he'll remind Patricia and she'll have the letter by the end of the day. George is also writing a letter so that he can get some more screen time this hour, but he claims more time to finish. Not only is he not getting any, but Bailey tells him that she picked him because he won't screw up, "So don't."
The docs walk Jen to surgery, while she struggles to remind Rob what she wants for the baby. He knows what she's trying to say -- piano lessons, and public school so he doesn't become a snob. These two only get cuter, which really only ever spells certain doom. But Rob assures Jen that she'll pull through to raise their son too. They kiss, and as they go in, Addison mentions that Jen's blood pressure is higher than she'd like. Derek basically cuts her off and says they can't wait, and she did her job and made him aware of the sitch. Rob looks on worriedly, but fortunately he can't hear the bickering between the two surgeons about whether to cut his wife open. Alex notes to Mere, "Your guy and my guy work well together," and Meredith responds that her guy works well with everyone. He works well with everyone he can boss around, Mere. That's not quite the same thing.