Outside, Hahn gets a page and has to run before she can make some more disheartening remarks as Meredith tries to save Ray. Richard yells after her, but she just orders Izzie to page a cardiac fellow and book an OR to be ready the second Ray is free. Huh, so I guess it turns out that there really is more than just one doctor for each particular type of emergency, in case two patients have the gall to suffer simultaneous cardiac/neurological/gynecological emergencies. Who knew? Izzie looks to the Chief desperately, confused, and he nods that she should go take care of all that now.
George heads back out once again to talk to Tucker, and when he reaches Tucker there's a moment of unhappy silence from both of them. Tucker finally states angrily, "Why am I not surprised." George professes flatly that he's very sorry, but Tucker is done, and gets his things together to leave. George pleads with him a bit and Tucker finally agrees to stay longer but announces, "Fine, I'll wait. But you tell her I'm tired. Tired of her choosing everything over me and our marriage. You tell her this is the last time, I'm finished. And you tell her the only reason I'm staying here is to tell her that myself." Never once does it seem to occur to him that giving a subordinate that message might be inappropriate, but that seems to show that gross inappropriateness isn't just a staff problem -- clearly, it's something in the building that takes over people once they get inside.
Sloane heads back into the OR to find chaos, and demands to know what Alex did. When Alex answers, Sloane yells some more and asks if he was showing off for his girlfriend. Callie jumps in to save Alex from the beating and says one of the heart grafts blew. Just then Hahn comes to join the party, and they explain what happened. Sloane tells Alex to keep quiet and suction while they work, and Alex again looks up to see Ava run out of the gallery, clearly upset.