Bailey watches Stacy through the door, and she is excitedly showing her parents a fully rhinestoned backpack with her name on it. Arizona walks up and asks incredulously if Bailey used a BeDazzler. Bailey holds one up and proudly answers, "Circa 1986! As seen on TV."(Hers is a handheld version, not like the ones that apparently still exist today and look like cheapo sewing machines, in a way.) (Man, did I want one of those when I was 7.) Arizona tells her that Dixon is right, Bailey belongs in pediatrics. Bailey's smile fades and she tells Arizona about Tuck nearly dying, and how as all her friends worked to save his life she felt so helpless. She says with conviction that she never wants that feeling again and growls, "So I think that makes me pretty unsuitable for pediatric surgery. Arizona herself is emotional and tells her gently, "I'd say that makes you uniquely qualified." That Arizona is growing on me, and it was a really nice moment between the two.
Lexie has gone to Joe's and finds a morose Callie at the bar. She sits and asks if Callie thinks Mark will tell Derek." Callie's voice cracks as she answers, "If he's not an idiot." When Lexie asks if she's okay, it tips Callie over the edge and she runs to the bathroom in tears, while Lexie watches in surprise. The camera pans over so that we know Arizona is also in the bar.
Meredith walks into an on-call room saying something about Derek when Cristina shushes her. I think it's pretty daring around these parts to just bust into an on-call room without knocking, but fortunately Cristina is just reading, while Hunt sleeps with his arms around her. Mere asks what she's doing and Cristina admits, "I don't know. Staying here." It's clearly meant in a larger sense than just the current situation. Mere wishes her goodnight and as she plans to leave, Cristina announces, "He's planning to propose." There's a beat, and I'm the first to admit that this actually did get me, since it's fully believable that Cristina would spill the beans. But Cristina adds that she's talking about Richard and Ellis--that Richard was planning to leave Adele and get down on one knee, but Cristina thinks he never did. Mere comments that it's sad, which I'd say is a sign that she's had some massive emotional growth, and Cristina asks, "Is it?" Mere offers, "Or romantic."