Bailey, Mere, Alex and Izzie are waiting outside for traumas that aren't coming -- Izzie is shivering so Alex finds a blanket and puts it around her shoulders. The residents all remind her that no one is coming but she asserts that they are Seattle Grace! And she's the best, and they are her residents so they must be the best (well...) and so they'll wait outside as a matter of pride. Cristina asks what they're doing but Bailey insists that someone will come and Mere clarifies with her that basically they are waiting for someone to be close by and so badly injured that they have to come to Seattle Grace and not Mercy West. Bailey agrees but when Izzie asks if she and God are really cool with it, Bailey deflates, "Damn, I forgot about God." She starts to usher them in when lo and behold, a smashed up limousine come screeching up the door. A bloodied Bernadette Peters in an evening gown gets out of the driver's seat and in a state of shock tells them that she drove the limo ten icy blocks. Another woman gets out and, disoriented, asks what happened as she sees blood all over her dress. Izzie calls for an ambulance but Bernadette tells them that they aren't the patients, it's a guy named Billy. He was the ambulance driver and he flew through the windshield. She opens the door to show a third woman in a gown holding a very bloodied man spurting blood out of his abdomen. Oh, Grey's, I might have actually missed you a little bit.
Bailey runs in holding a pad on Billy's stomach when the Chief totally steals him from her and runs him into an exam room, leaving Bailey behind, frustrated. Izzie, Mere, and Callie are working on the three women, and it appears that one of them (the one who isn't Bernadette Peters or Kathy Baker) has some sort of head trauma as she keeps asking what's going on. Callie is pretty impressed to learn that the woman extracted Billy from the windshield themselves when the ambulance didn't arrive. The ladies are trying to call their husbands but can't get a hold of them. They were on their way to a ball -- the Fire and Ice Ball, because why go for subtlety? -- but took different limos because the husbands like to break out the cigars in the limo. Sarabeth (Bernadette) turns out to just have a bruised arm, not a broken one. When George comes at her to fix the cut on her face, she informs him that only a plastic surgeon will be touching her face. The one with the memory problems, Betty, then asks what's going on again much to the concern of her friends.