Hunt and Cristina are waiting in the ambulance bay and without saying a word, he takes her hand. They stand there a moment, not looking at each other, until the ambulance arrives and they spring into action. Their victim of the day is a 19-year-old girl who fell out of a speedboat into the propeller which chopped off both of her arms and left one leg just barely hanging on. As they rush her inside a car screeches up and two Australian girls hop out, one of whom has the girl's arms, which they found floating in the water, wrapped in a towel. Cristina is kind of grossed out as she takes them, and the girl who was driving asks if they can sew them back on. These girls are clearly airheads -- the way the question is asked it sounds like they consider sewing them back on to be as easy as popping Barbie's arm back on after she just got into a tragic pink Corvette accident. Good as new! After Cristina walks in, the girl who had the arms drawls, "Oh my God, Jojo, that was sooooo gross." Her friend tells her breathlessly, "Jasmine, you just saved her life." Jasmine proudly and happily asks, "You think?" and they walk inside.
Callie finds Arizona checking out Andy and Arizona steps aside to tell Callie how sorry she is, and to suggest she go home to scream and cry. She adds that when her brother died, she ate a lot of donuts. What Arizona doesn't notice but Pam certainly does is that Stinky Two is shaking like a leaf and (thankfully, really) hesitating each time he goes to put an IV in Andy's arm. Callie explains about the organ decision and laments that she can't say no but she also can't make the decision as they were only married a few months. Dudes, from watching the show we can all guess that George would want his organs donated. I get the dramatic value of this storyline but the idea that no one would have any idea what he wanted seems ludicrous. Arizona tells Callie that during those months they were married, she was the most important person in George's life, but Callie hears this and realizes that she actually wasn't, turns and leaves. Arizona is confused but turns back to her patient and Pam immediately asks her if she should take her son somewhere else, on account of the shaky intern, the crying nurses, and all of the other general weirdness. Arizona explains that there was an accident, "And one of our people died." Pam looks back at the stark terror on Stinky's face as the stands with the needle over Andy's arm and explains that Andy is her person, her only person, and so she needs to know if she should go elsewhere. Arizona tells her firmly that she will make Andy her person, too.