Of course this is taking place while Derek and Jennings are meeting just outside the office -- because they are planning the least secretive coup of all time. Derek tries to push him off some more but Jennings is done with that game and says he'll offer more money but not more time. Both men turn as Callie storms out of the office asserting, "I'm a superstar with a scalpel!" She continues to rant about her surgical prowess and tells Richard (and everyone within a two-story range) that when she wins all sorts of medical prizes, "You will rue this day, Chief Webber. That's right! I said rue." As Derek and Jennings watch, she swaggers off and Jennings makes a snide comment about the tight ship Richard is running. Behind him, Derek gives the Chief an I Told You So Eyebrow.
Callie storms to the elevator and gets in next to Bailey. As Bailey stands there looking numb, Callie breaks down in sobs. Bailey can't muster up anything, though, and just averts her dead gaze to the floor.
Day 11. Mere is surprised to see that her next patient is Amanda, who can't sleep. Tearily, she explains that she can't sleep because she keeps seeing George's face, and she also keeps seeing him at bus stops, first as he looked before and then as he looked after. She's clearly there for therapy more than anything else but has no idea that she came to the very worst person for that kind of response. Mere's clearly shaken and her defense is to ignore everything that Amanda asked, merely telling her she's writing a prescription for anti-anxiety meds as sleep deprivation can be harmful. Amanda just looks disappointed.
Alex is helping Andy get into the MRI machine when the Chief storms into the next room and demands to know if Arizona ordered this 3D MRI. Always perky, she explains that she did since with their insurance and all of the red tape it would have taken weeks... he cuts her right off and angrily finishes that she expects the hospital to pay for it. She is dumbstruck, having apparently not been around long enough to experience one of his temper tantrums to cover up his ineptitude at something, and before she can finish he orders her to discharge the patient and refer him back to his regular doctor, post-haste. Deflated, she pages Alex in the room to tell him there's a change of plans.