Callie has patched her patient's ankle, as it's just a fracture that doesn't need surgery. I think his name is John -- but even if it's not, that's nice and easy, right? John it is. He's self-deprecating and sweet, and Campbell tells him that if he felt something wasn't healing he should have called. She then turns to Cristina and asks what she thinks Campbell should have done to avoid this complication. After some prodding, she launches into a clinical medical explanation and Campbell tells her, "In human, please, Dr. Yang." Cristina takes a moment and announces that the surgery should have been done laproscopically. Campbell then turns to Hunt and asks him why she would do it the way she did, and he explains things like being able to see what you're doing. Oh, details. But Hunt finishes, "It's half a dozen either way," and both women are left unhappy. John loves Dr. Campbell, though, and trusts her decisions. Campbell instructs Cristina to take him to CT and snarks that maybe she'll learn something, while she and Hunt work on a treatment.
Izzie storms in to Bailey, but Bailey brushes her off because of her application deadline. Izzie doesn't care, because whatever Bailey is doing doesn't have to do with Izzie, and launches into how Sadie mislabeled some blood so the clinic might be getting sued. Bailey comments that it's a good thing Sadie no longer works there, then (amen!), but Izzie whines that all of the interns are dangerous and capable of the same thing. She yells about how it's personal since she's worked so hard to teach them, which is a pretty interesting change of heart given that last week all we saw was excitement over the contest. The interns ARE morons, but clearly this isn't really about them -- that, or it's lazy writing that this week we're going to have Izzie hate them. Bailey just turns to Izzie after her rant and asks, "Stevens, you don't think I thought the same thing about you people every day for the first year you worked here?" Seriously, only for the first year? But the Chief told Bailey to get out when she had those complaints, and she wants Izzie to do the same.
Jen wakes up, and happily her speech is normal. She and Rob canoodle but when they aren't looking, Derek does his Furrowed Brow of Worry. Jen asks about the baby and Addie delivers more bad news -- he's stable, but Jen is pre-eclamptic, probably from the stress of all the surgeries. Rob asks if they need to be worried and when he's only met with silence from four doctors, he tells them, "Please tell me we're done being worried." Oooh, Rob. You and Jen are happy and cute, and the doctors aren't answering your questions -- every TV signifier in the book is telling you that you still need to be worried.