Bailey finds Callie scrubbing in for surgery and announces to her that she doesn't talk about sex. Callie, mortified, begs her to pretend that Callie never said anything but Bailey shuts her up, and then thinks a moment. "The vajayjay is undiscovered country. It's the motherland. You've never traveled there, you don't know its customs and ways." She compares Callie's conundrum to Bailey's wanting to visit Africa -- Bailey has to learn things about the country first, she needs shots, she needs to know how to get to the embassy. Callie is completely lost -- okay, so am I, but this speech is my favorite part of this week, it's so awesome. Bailey sighs and tells Callie just to talk to Hahn about her worries. They should set rules and discuss expectations. "How to gracefully demur if you find that you don't like... the... theeee... local cuisine." Seriously, just imagine it. Nothing I say can make that scene any better. Bailey wraps things up by telling Callie, "In Ethiopia, they eat stew off of spongy, sour bread. That's not for everyone!" Then, incredibly satisfied with herself, she leaves and Callie sighs.
George has gone in search of the girls and finds the three of them sitting in a trance on the dermatology sofa. He yells that he needs Mere but Cristina shushes him. "Harshing the vibe!" she whisper-yells. Izzie explains that they found a magical world with happy doctors and patients, where no surgeries are stolen. Cristina adds, "Everyone just rubs each other. All day long!" The twelve-year-old in me is seriously turning red with giggles. George whisper-chastises them that they don't want to be dermatologists. "Dermatologists apply lotion for a living!" Cristina sits him down to argue the point -- they are empty inside and therefore don't have to fight. "They just love lotion! Do you know how much easier our life would be if we could just love lotion?" I actually do love lotion, given that I have very dry skin. It doesn't mean I want to rub it on other people all day long. (Hee!) After some more dreamy wondering about these strange people, with Mere bitching about her mom and the journal and Izzie piping in about Alex and how she's not a cowboy who can shoot the ass off of him, George has had enough. He jumps up and in a loud voice tells them to snap out of it. First, he tells Izzie how there's always a woman in the saloon who none of the cowboys mess with. Izzie argues condescendingly that the woman in the saloon is a whore. Hey, she's having more fun than you are, lady. George just points out that no, "She just has other skills she uses to make her way in the world." He pulls her up as he tells her to use what she's got, and sends her on her way. He then pulls up Mere, saying he needs her help selling the Chief on an idea. As he pulls her away, he yells at Cristina that she's coming too. She just slumps into the couch in response.