Webber finds George skulking through the hospital on his nursing errands, and orders him to do something. George stutters that he's here, but he's not really here. Webber says he won't be anywhere in about thirty seconds if he doesn't do what he's told. George: "Sir, all due respect, no offense intended, but I won't cross the picket line." Webber doesn't see how that could be, since George is standing right in front of him. George says he's checking on some patients for the nurses, but he's going right back out to join them. Webber reminds George that he's a doctor. George says yes, but he's also a union man. "All due respect, no offense." Webber rolls his eyes and walks off, but George follows him, reading off orders from the nurses he's written down on a notepad. Webber is all, "Fine, fine. I will do these things, but I will smash you if you keep bugging me." George stops talking for a second, then yells at the top of his lungs, "Forty to fifty hours of mandatory overtime is extremely..." Webber turns around to smash him, and George takes off the other way with his notepad, calling over his shoulder, "Yes sir I'm very sorry no offense intended sir!" I could not love George more if I tried.
Claire's doctors are telling her poor husband Wade about the flesh-eating bacteria that's invaded Claire's body. Cristina says they need to amputate Claire's leg immediately, but Sydney tells Wade that amputation might not be the only option. Cristina looks at Sydney like she's grown another head, and says, "Excuse me? It's the only SANE option." She says if they don't get all the infection out, Claire will die. Wade can't believe this is happening on their honeymoon. He asks about the other option. Alex, ass-kisser that he is, stands next to Sydney and says they might be able to save Claire's leg by cutting out the infection. Unfortunately, there's no time to take Claire out of anesthesia and put her back under, so Wade needs to make a decision now. Wade: "She runs marathons. This is our adventure honeymoon. It's who she is." Gag. Try walking sometime! Sydney tells Wade they'll do everything they can to save the leg. Cristina clearly has more to say, but holds her tongue for once in her life.
Cheyenne's room. McDreamy tells her how the surgery will go, and Addison says she may even be able to take her baby home by the end of the week. Cheyenne doesn't look too sure about this. "That soon?" Addison says yes, she thinks the surgery will be a great success and the baby will be fine. When they leave, Izzie notes that Cheyenne is reading Shakespeare. Cheyenne says it's homework for English class. She corrects herself, "Was. The baby wasn't due for a few more weeks. Now, I guess..." Izzie finishes for her, "No more school." Cheyenne says it's weird how when you're in school, you hate it, until you can't go anymore. Izzie asks Cheyenne if she's made any plans: bought a crib, called about childcare, looked at assistance? Cheyenne says she hasn't done any of that yet. She was trying to save money to get her own trailer home, but she thought she'd have more time. "Nine months goes by fast." Izzie gets this look on her face, the one that is a big flashing sign reading "Foreshadowing Ahead!" and says, "Yeah. Yeah, it does." Sounds like someone's been pregnant before. Who could it be?