Also different are the establishing camera angles that are used, and there's an unfamiliar shot of the bay as more ambulances arrive. The next guy unloaded was in the car that jumped lanes, and he was wearing no seatbelt. To add to the surely-to-occur hijinks, he's on the transplant list to receive a liver. Burke's going to need to operate immediately, and Izzie is the first to call the case as his intern. Karev is assigned to a boy who was in the accident and Cristina to his mom, about which she's clearly disappointed since there appears to be much less blood and guts in this case. A Random Hospital Dude announces that there's one more. I assume he means one more patient, but where? In the ER? In the hospital at large? It looks like at this point they didn't do as good a job of basing the surgical interns largely out of the surgical wing. Regardless, a patient has a bowel obstruction and won't say what it was, which usually is code for drugs.
Bailey finds Mere in with George and Olivia. She compliments the group on the work that they're doing and asks what their next step is. George wants to just call it, and I can't help but be a little surprised that this is the guy who already has been nicknamed the "angel of death." Is that a nickname you really want to continue to live up to, George? Bailey won't let him do it. She pulls Mere away to send her to Mr. Bowel Obstruction, and George actually seems to be jealous since that guy is still alive. Olivia merely asks, "What next, Doctor?" And roll the actual credits, for what I imagine to be one of the last times they were actually shown.