Webber walks into Denny's room as Mere and Bailey are prepping him for his procedure, and Bailey immediately thinks he's just there to check up on her. "Is there something I can do for you, Chief?" Webber asks a couple of questions, then says everything's looking good. Bailey rolls her eyes with her back turned to him. "Thank you. SIR." Ooh! Okay, who do you think would win in a cage match between Bailey and Webber? My money's on the tiny lady doctor.
Back in Janye's room, the archaic video game has clearly been found and implemented. Janye is totally excited about it, wielding her controller and yelling, "Go! GO! God, this is exhilarating!" George tells her to keep going; she only has twelve more levels before she reaches prime seizure potential. Izzie says this is fun, then turns to George. "You know, like we used to have at home? Like, not where you live right now. Uh, where do you live?" George doesn't want to talk about it, but Izzie presses on. She tells him if he has something to say, just say it. Janye has stopped her game to watch this little demonstration. George finally admits that he's upset with her because of what happened between him and Meredith, but we cut away before finding out the rest.
The genius violin music of Eugene Foote plays as Burke prepares to open the man up. He tells Cristina that the music they're hearing is nothing but brilliant. Cut to Rose's husband asking Alex about the complications from her surgery. Cut back to George and Izzie arguing. "I told you to tell her how you feel! I did NOT tell you to jump into bed with her." Janye watches curiously, and says to herself, "Adultery?" George wonders if Izzie just did it to humiliate him. "If you knew she didn't love me, why? What kind of friend is that?" Cut back to Rose's husband Chris, the violin music still playing over everything. Chris is shocked by the complications; now, he says, everything changes. And now we cut to Denny, who is (for the thousandth time, say it with me) having trouble breathing. And now we see that Eugene Foote is crashing. Burke tells Cristina to replace his hand with hers, a situation I do believe we've been in before. Cut back, again, to Izzie and George, yelling now. Izzie tells George he didn't want to hear it, and George argues that he did. Janye: "Yes, yes. Some denial, I think we can work with that." Heh. Back to Denny; Mere asks if they should intubate. Okay, so over in baby-land, Chris tells Alex that maybe it was a blessing. Alex says unconvincingly that, yes, maybe it was a blessing, this complication. More violin. Louder violin! This is getting kind of intense. Eugene Foote's heart stops. Denny continues to not be able to breathe, and Bailey argues with Webber over whether she's got it under control or not. Enough with the switching scenes, people! Izzie and George's argument escalates until Janye finally has a damn seizure, and they stop when they hear the thud of her body hitting the floor. Last one, is this the last one? Alex tells Chris that this "complication" might be God's way of helping him put his seven kids through college. Chris asks Alex what he's saying. Alex: "I'm saying, get a lawyer." Damn! Denny pushes the oxygen mask away, feeling a little better now. And as the music winds down, we switch back to Burke's OR and the sound of a flatline. Burke announces the time of death, and oh my Lord, it's finally over. Commercials.