Outside the room, Izzie and George ask McDreamy just how they're supposed to make Janye have a seizure. McDreamy says he doesn't care if they hit her with a strobe light or get her drunk or hang her upside down and hit her with a whiffle ball bat. "Just make her seize, because until she seizes, I don't know where to operate, and I can't get this woman out of my life. And this woman? Is not how I like to start my mornings." He stomps off, leaving Izzie and George to giggle about it.
As they research how to make the nice divorce attorney have a seizure, Izzie says she's just curious (George) where he lives. George ignores this, and says there's an archaic video game known to induce seizures once you reach level 53. Izzie: "An archaic video game. Oh, by the way, where do you live?" George says he's busy doctoring, and doesn't have time for chit-chat. What he does have time for is Callie, who sexies in all tall and shiny-haired. They play kissy-face with each other until Izzie interrupts, with eyes rolled, "Dr. O'Malley! How's all that doctoring going?"
Eugene Foote is playing the violin in his hospital bed. It's nice. When he finishes up, he looks at Burke accusingly. "You tell me." Burke says it's an honor to hear him play. Foote says he knows Burke knows his timing is off, his rhythm is off, and this man playing has no business calling himself "Eugene Foote." Burke tells Foote that in the months since the pacemaker was installed, scar tissue has formed around it, and removing it will not be as simple as it sounds. Foote tells Burke a long, sad story about the first time he played violin, and how it was a beautiful moment in his life. "I know this surgery could kill me, but I also know you're the best. I'd like you to be the one to operate, Dr. Burke, but if you won't, I'll find someone who will." Well, then. Eugene Foote don't play, literally or figuratively. Commercials.