Back in Minnesota, Cristina has been called to the principal's office. Dr. Parker greets her and asks how her surgery went with Feeny. She's on her best Cristina behavior but is still herself enough to add that while she's happy to take one for the team, she'd like it if Parker sent Feeny off to bother someone else. Parker and his weirdly peppy demeanor tell her that he's not sure that will work, since he asked Feeny to help Cristina learn her way around, and he's not talking about the layout of the hospital. Cristina is confused since her record is perfect but Parker informs her that at Mayo, there are no egos, nor are there superstars other than the hospital and her patients. He sounds like a bad motivational speaker and Cristina can basically only stare incredulously. Parker tells her that she's not fitting in and he thinks she should take a few days off to go see the Mall of America and, "Soften up those sharp Seattle edges. Doctor's orders." Cristina is totally offended, and it's a sign that she has matured over the years that she doesn't send a sharp Seattle edge immediately into his ass. She asks if this is a suggestion and he gets serious as he tells her these are mandatory orders. And so we see how it is that Cristina will work her way back to Seattle Grace sooner than later.
The crowd outside Mark's room has grown to include Bailey and Alex, who has a bag slung over his should and is about to leave for Baltimore. Bailey takes the quiet moment to ask about her nickname -- does it command respect or strike fear in the hearts of residents? Richard admits that it does neither and finally says that the residents have noticed how "happy" she gets whenever Ben rolls into town. He then crosses his arms and refuses to divulge any more. After some pouting, Alex finally says that since he's about to actually walk out the door never to return, he's going to spill the beans. Richard and Avery furiously try to stop him but Alex declares that her nickname is "BCB" -- "Booty Call Bailey." She chokes but finally manages to thank him, though she refuses to look at him as he wishes them all goodbye.