The firefighters tell Richard they're ready, but he tells them to wait until Stan talks to Sarah, who arrives just then. For a brief, terrifying moment, they can't wake him, but then he comes to. Richard watches sadly as she gets down and sees her battered husband.
Callie tells Jacob that she'll be working on his leg while Hahn and Sloane work on his chest. He's clearly overwhelmed and starts to get panicky himself, but not in the shrill manner of his wife. Instead, he gets emotional about how he shouldn't have to worry his kids like this. Izzie, the go-to gal for actually being sensitive to patients, calms him down by assuring him that his wife and kids are fine, and will be fine, and that she'll keep them updated. In fact, they're in the cafeteria right now. Dad's having his chest cut out -- let's get some tuna casserole!
Bailey finds Hahn and asks if she can take Cristina. Hahn asks Callie if she can have Izzie -- did that really need to be asked -- and when Callie assures her that that's just great, Hahn says it's fine. Bailey leaves; Hahn calls the girls over and tells Cristina to find Bailey and Izzie to take over with Jacob. Cristina starts to protest, but she's hit on Hahn's last nerve (and it's not really following Callie's advice to chill out, either) and Hahn just yells at her, exhausted to be dealing with it, to take it up with Bailey.
Derek joins George in the MRI room, and while they wait for the scans to come up, out of the blue Derek asks what's up with George and Izzie, explaining, "Just because I don't sleep in your house anymore doesn't mean I don't hear the gossip." Yes, but it does mean you probably have lost the privilege of inserting yourself into the situation. George asks, confused, why they're talking about this, but then immediately a light goes on over his head and he says knowingly, "Oh, you miss Meredith and you're clinging." Derek suavely tries to say he's just making small talk. Where I come from, small talk is more like a comment on the weather, but maybe L.A. and Seattle really are that different. George questions his explanation hilariously, but before they can get into it, the scans come up and they see that Mary has a brain tumor.
Bailey's hanging out on a stool next to Shane's bed, while he writhes and moans about how hurt he is. Maybe he should remember that he said he'd wait for another doctor -- he's not being terribly patient about it. Bailey dryly tells him, "You just lie there and try not to die. Someone will be here soon to save the master race from extinction." Cristina comes up and asks to talk to her, and asks what her extremely important reason was for pulling her off of Hahn, starting to launch into a monologue about how hard she's fighting to make it work with her. Bailey just tells her, "You're not black." But with a tiny smile at the corners of her mouth, she adds, "But you're not white either," and she happily turns and introduces Cristina to Shane, who can't believe it. Bailey just tells him that he's got medical training, and asks how long he'll live with no treatment for internal injuries. He sulks like a thwarted little kid but he's silent, and Bailey answers, "Exactly." She then turns him over to Cristina, telling her to give him the best medical treatment possible. "It's the law," she adds flatly as she leaves. Cristina, upset, goes to lift his shirt, but he grabs for it. She gives him a death stare and he lifts his hands, saying, "I just didn't want her to see, I thought she might take offense. You know?" And why on earth "might" a black woman -- or anyone else, really -- take offense at the GIANT swastika tattooed across his stomach? Cristina looks ill, and he's clearly surprised that she seems to be upset about it too.