Outside, Alex yells at her for making a sales pitch and also informs her that, as Bob's doctor, she shouldn't even be there. She's confused, which is understandable, as Alex hasn't yet told her what this makes this a situation more complex than a son giving his dad a liver so that they can play catch in the yard and BBQ once more.
George wheels the Chief out of his room and down the hall. Richard gives him instructions to call three times a day and to persist if Adele won't let them talk to each other, as Adele tells him not to call and promises to do just that. A confused George just tells him, "Yes, sir." He may be Chief, but as with the various number of awesome strong women on this show, he seems to know who not to mess with.
In the comic-relief wing, the psychiatrist leaves Hubble's room without an explanation as to why he would have eaten ten doll heads. He muses over a number of possible reasons, including that Hubble might simply enjoy it. Bailey is confused (as am I) and tells him she doesn't understand. He explains that Hubble might enjoy it when they, er, come out. Bailey: "I didn't need to hear that." Neither did I.
Addison sweeps by at that moment and asks to speak to Meredith. Mere shoots Bailey a pleading look, but she wants nothing to do with it. The ladies start a brisk walk down the hall. Oh, how I missed a good pedeconference! Addison wants to talk about what happened between her and Derek, but Meredith wants to be kept out of it. When Addie realizes that Meredith didn't take Derek back, she gives her a condescending "Good girl." Meredith pleads again to keep their relationship strictly professional, which Addie disregards by explaining that people will do a lot to get attention. Meredith has had enough, and when Addie calls, "There are two sides to every story!" she's already walking away down the hall.