Bailey yells at some interns to move, and once they scurry away continues to vent to Callie about how they have no right to act indignant. She herself starts to lean towards 'indignant' when she realizes Callie isn't listening to her. Given an opening in the conversation, she starts to babble about how she's going on a date with Hahn. Bailey's jaw literally drops, and she stares, stunned. Callie goes on about how weird it is because she's a colleague, and an attending and oh yeah, a woman. She then starts to voice her fears about going, "South!... Of the border!" What if she doesn't like it? After a moment of silence, she realizes that Bailey is gaping. Callie tells her to pretend the conversation didn't happen and runs off while Bailey still gapes.
Izzie finds her would-be neuro patient, Arnie, all settled into a hospital room. She wanders in to find out what's up and can barely keep a calm face when he tells her that his new doctor, Dr. Karev, told him he's got a huge tumor in his head. He then asks if she's seen his wife, but Izzie can only ask through gritted teeth, "Your new doctor?"
Cristina has seen her patient even though the woman wanted a "nice" doctor, and called Sloane down to check out her rash. She's totally hoping it's something surgical with a name like horribleskintis surgerydiseasis, but he snarks that it's dermatitis. He orders her to get a tube of cream from dermatology, and never to page him again like that. Chastised, she slumps up the stairs, past the Chief yelling at workers about the OR ceiling, past Bailey yelling at some interns and past Izzie recommending that she stick a needle in Alex's throat. She finds dermatology, and pushes through the door... into a waiting room filled with soft light, wood furniture, and plants. A woman, Dr. Peppman, calls to her from the desk, asking of she needs help. Cristina tells her about the cream, and Daisy tells her that the nurses are busy, but if she can wait Dr. P will get it herself, and would she like some water with raspberries while she waits? The weirdest moment, though, is when a man comes up and wordlessly starts rubbing Dr. P's hand. She explains that he's the massage therapist, and that since they do such delicate work with their hands, they need to be kept healthy! Cristina seems unable to process everything that's going on, and asks disbelievingly if every attending gets their hands rubbed. Daisy corrects that no, the attendings have their own masseuse. This guy, Chris, is just there for the residents. She's a first-year resident, and just LOVING it! I'm worried Cristina might keel over.