Cristina's hanging over the desk when Bailey tells her, "I have a dream, Yang. That one day a trauma will come through those doors, I have a dream." Cristina breathes, "I share that dream." Bailey seems to be on the phone eavesdropping on dispatch to see what traumas they aren't getting, and densely talks about three men being taken to Mercy West. It takes the double doctor to realize that these might be the three missing husbands. Mark is in with Sarabeth working on her face while her friend Anna holds her hand, just like when Sarabeth had one of her kids. These two are clearly so close, I'm sure there isn't some terrible secret that might somehow drive a wedge between them later. Cristina and Bailey run in and say they have found the husbands, and casually tell the ladies that they could insist that the men be brought to Seattle Grace instead of Mercy West, which is what they do.
Out in the bay, Richard runs out to ask if Bailey poached traumas from M.W. She tells him she has no idea what he's talking about, and he congratulates her on a job well done. He runs to the first ambulance, where a patient is wheeled out as a man in a camo Army uniform blows into something in his neck. (He is played by Journeyman himself, Kevin McKidd.) Turns out the guy did a tracheotomy with a pen. Richard repeats this incredulously but in between blowing into the pen, the soldier replies, "So?" Cristina watches on with apparent admiration. She has a Paris Hilton moment and exclaims to herself that a pen trache is, "hot," before following them all into the hospital -- noticing at the same time that the soldier has a big bloody rip in one leg of his pants.
Cristina is in an exam room with Derek, Hahn, and another of the male patients, Vincent. Betty wanders in and recognizes her husband, horrified. Izzie gently promises to update her on his condition as she leads her out of the room. The docs determine that he's got a skull fracture and no breath sounds in either half of his chest, so he's going right to the OR. Cristina asks if she can scrub in and to everyone's surprise, Hahn says yes. They're interrupted by a scream, "He has a pen in his throat!" That is certainly going to get everyone's attention.