Bailey's pager goes off, along with lots of other pagers, and she tries to juggle her crying baby while walking and telling Addison the nursery is full. Webber walks over, all, "Uh...you brought your baby...to work? You're not going to take him into surgery with you...?" Bailey says she doesn't have anything scheduled for today. Webber: "...Yet." Bailey says she can't solve a problem until there's a problem to solve, dig? Addison, who has taken the fussy baby and is patting him furiously on the back, says, "Yeah. Is there a problem to solve, Richard?" Heh. Richard says there isn't.
Cut to George ignoring Meredith and Meredith telling him that, at some point, he's going to have to talk to her. George says he's going to take the stairs, and bolts. Mere goes to find the nurse who paged her, and she shows Mere to a couple behind a curtain who are making out in a most conspicuous way. The nurse says it may be neuro, and we see that the male half of the couple has an ice pack on his groin. Mere says it doesn't look neuro to her. Nurse: "Not him." The man says he's fine; it's his wife. The wife, who is played by one Miss Natalie Cole, says it's so embarrassing, but they didn't know what else to do. She turns around to reveal a fork lodged in her neck. Unforgettable! (Oh, come on, I had to.) Credits.
We return to McDreamy examining Miss Cole. She says she's fine, really. Her husband explains that Natalie was giving him "some special attention" under the table. Natalie says that, while she was down there, something happened, and she...clenched. Her jaw. And her husband panicked and stuck a fork in her neck. As you do. Natalie's all, "It doesn't hurt that much, really. We just didn't want to pull it out, because it's in there pretty good." Mere tries to keep from laughing and tells them they did the right thing. McDreamy wants to do an X-ray just to make sure there's no nerve damage, and he also wants to find out what's causing the clenching. Natalie keeps mum, but her husband says it may have something to do with her brain aneurysm. McDreamy is intrigued; Natalie just wants the fork out of her neck so she and her husband can leave. She finally tells him that she has an inoperable brain aneurysm, and that's why she and her husband are in Seattle -- they're seeing all the things they've ever wanted to see before she drops dead. They're very cute together, Natalie and her husband, but McDreamy doesn't care: he tells Mere to do an MRI.