As she operates on Jake, Callie congratulates Alex on doing a great job with him, and then pointedly and passive-aggressively tells him she wouldn't have thought he would be good at peds just by looking at him. Arizona rolls her eyes and finally admits she doesn't like Mark, but does it in a way where I feel like she now expects a reward for being big enough to state what was already totally obvious. Callie tells Arizona that she never tried, and because Seattle Grace is a magical hospital that knows to match doctors with patients whose stories somehow parallel their own lives at that moment, she uses Jake as an example: His dad clearly wanted a son who played sports but when Jake wanted to dance, he supported it and learned what there was to love about it. Arizona's thoughtful and mature comeback is to pout, "Mark stares at my boobs." Arizona, seriously, what has happened to you this season!! I want quirky, thoughtful Arizona who can function like an adult! She's spent her life trying to avoid boob-starers to which I say, haven't we all, sister? It's what they do. Arizona only wants Callie staring at her boobs and thinks she shouldn't have to apologize for that. Callie is disgusted that this is what it's come down to, and points out that he stares because they are good boobs. Alex has been standing by as Callie has taken out the section of Jake's bone and once he's got it in a bowl, nearly begs to be able to leave, and Callie tells him distractedly to go hurry.
April and Lexie (who apparently must do everything as a twosome today) take Eleanor to her husband's room, and though he's still got a breathing tube and is unconscious, Owen assures her he'll make a full recovery. She asks about the girl she hit (Lila) and is relieved to hear that she will be okay as well. The other piece of good and bad news she receives is that all of her tests show that she's in perfect shape. He leaves, and Lexie tells her gently that they will tell the police to come back tomorrow so that she has some time with her husband. But guess what? Her husband actually left her three months previously and they are no longer married. The girls are thoroughly confused and listen as Eleanor's voice, like all criminals, goes from wispy and weak to hard. He apparently told her that he needed time to think but she found out a week later that he was living with a woman named Kimmy who sings in their church choir. Why on earth are Other Women always given cutesy names like "Kimmy"? No one ever has an affair with a "Barbara" or "Eileen."