Later, Derek and Meredith walk out to talk to her together, and after Derek introduces himself he begins to explain how her husband is in a medically induced coma, his skull is on ice, etc. But she makes him go back and just assure her that he is alive, since she obviously was prepared to hear that he didn't make it through the surgery. When she's assured that he is, she grabs Derek in a ferocious bear hug and thanks him, and the doctors both grin happily.
Across the room, Jackson tells two girls we haven't seen that their unknown loved one is going to be okay, or so I assume from their celebratory hugs. He then turns and sees Jared's mom sitting by herself in a dark corner, looking utterly shattered. He pouts and thinks about just walking by but then takes a deep breath and approaches her, asking if anyone has given her any update on her son. With a shaky voice she tells him that the police questioned her for hours, and that they found a suicide note in his jeans, but she tells Jackson that she didn't know anything, and now her whole life until now seems to have been a lie. She's trying to keep herself under control, I think for the sake of all of the others that are there because of what her son did, but she starts to crack when she tells Jackson that she just wants to know if he's alive. "Is that terrible? All those people he hurt? Does that make me a terrible person?" I don't know what it was but this actress wrenched at my heartstrings when I saw this and did it again when I re-watched the episode. She somehow conveys how she really does know that people will think she's horrible for still worrying about the condition of her son. Jackson seems inclined to tell her just that but instead he leans down and explains that Jared was shot, but that he's got a good surgeon doing everything she can; since they are still in surgery that means he's still alive and they'll update her when they are out. Jared's mom puts her head down and cries, both happy and completely torn apart. She whispers a thank you and wipes her tears away with her head still down as he walks away.
Richard walks out of his makeshift operating room to the group of cops that are waiting and tells Officer Graham that Faz's surgery got a bit hairy, but that he's going to be fine. Graham thanks him and puts out his hand, and as Richard shakes it they agree that they need to stop meeting like this.
One of the victims is sitting up in bed laughing with friends, and I have to assume this is Callie and Arizona's patient judging by the scaffolding sticking out of her leg. Indeed it is, and Arizona is outside in the hall happily talking to Callie about how well they worked together that day. Callie finishes up the chart and hands it over, and Arizona is surprised that she turns and just walks away and calls after her, using her full name. Callie turns, and Arizona apologizes profusely and promises to keep apologizing as much as it takes, for the rest of her life, because she loves Callie so much. She finishes up by reminding Callie she flew across the world to be with her. Callie retorts that she flew across the world because earlier she flew away. Arizona is confused that Callie is holding a grudge but Callie just tells her that they are both in the relationship and that even though she came back, Callie didn't, and nothing has changed. She then walks off. On the one hand yes, this is all true. But on the other hand, can Callie please just take at least a little bit of responsibility for what happened between them in the first place? It wasn't a black-and-white case of Arizona being a selfish ass and leaving Callie in her dust, but that's how Callie is treating it.