After the surgery, Dixon and Cristina are in Stacy's room giving her parents the results. Dixon is all technical as usual, and when she says that Stacy will need IV meds until she gets a transplant, her dad asks, frightened, if that could be months. Dixon agrees that it could be years, which sends Stacy's mom (hee) into a panic. Dixon can't really handle all of the crying going on, and asks Cristina where Bailey went.
Bailey went to the day care, where she's playing with Tuck. As she watches him and the other kids, she watches a little girl put on a backpack and seems to have a brainstorm. Izzie has left the clinic to go have the interns give her an MRI. She calls instructions to them from inside the machine, and George walks in for his 30 seconds of screen time. When Izzie asks what the interns see, he gets on the microphone and tells her he sees a crazy person doing expensive tests for no reason. If only he knew how on the nose he was. He adds that when the Chief finds out, "I see joblessness, homelessness, and depression!" One can only hope. Izzie is pissed and orders the interns to kick him out.
Meredith and Lexie are walking Jen to her own MRI when Cristina comes up looking for Bailey. They haven't seen her but Meredith changes the subject to fret about Derek's weird behavior. Lexie and Jen both try not to smile as Mere freaks out about how this started when she made the baby comment, and maybe Derek doesn't want her babies! Lexie tries to tell her no, but Mere is on a roll, whining that her babies will have Alzheimer's, suicidal tendencies and... SPLIT ENDS. Girl, it's called a hairdresser. They can give you something magical called... a TRIM. But awesomely, Cristina agrees that could be the case. Jen jumps in to say she doesn't think that's it, and a confused Cristina asks, "Who are you?" "I'm Jen," she answers. Well, duh.
Derek comes in to get Jen situated and Mere bolts, so Jen quietly warns him that he should do something soon since Mere is freaking out. Thank goodness a perfect stranger is the only one who thinks to warn him about that. Derek thanks her while Mere glares at him through the glass.