April is directing people in the ER as paramedics are bringing in lots of dirty, bloody patients. Bailey asks her for a resident that isn't a newbie and April is totally befuddled when she sees that Bailey had been originally assigned Meredith for the day. She tries to call after some of the others but no one accepts her orders, and Bailey is not amused by the staggering display of meekness which she is witnessing. She looks around and sees Lexie, who she informs is now on her service. April looks stunned that it was that easy; she's clearly in over her head. Again.
Karen pulls a monitor around and Callie and Owen can now see Danny, who is talking with the emergency personnel via a camera and microphone. They've got him in a harness so that once he does agree to leave, they can pull him right up. The docs put on headsets so that they can talk to him and Owen stays very calm as he asks Danny to read some numbers off of the monitor that they sent down. The readings are bad but the most obvious sign that Susannah isn't doing well is the fact that she's now unconscious. Owen wants to go right down there but Karen drops a bomb -- it's too unstable to lower the docs into the hole, so they were actually called there to talk Danny through amputating his own wife's leg. Owen and Callie just stare dumbly at the screen as Danny pleads for help.
Teddy is watching as Cristina puts a chest tube in a patient and asks her why she's doing what she's doing. Cristina is immediately worried that she's doing something wrong and can't seem to comprehend that Teddy just wants her to walk through her thinking as if she is a newbie herself. Every time Teddy asks her something she sounds more like a toddler, asking back, "Why?" Teddy insists she just wants to make sure that Cristina has a solid medical foundation, and Cristina just continues to act like Teddy is speaking a foreign language.