As Callie walks out Lexie stops her and asks her if she's really gay. "Like, how gay are you? On a scale of 1 to... gay." Callie seems offended at first but thaws as Lexie explains that it was her hot, naked boyfriend in the shower and she apologizes and says she'll try not to do it again. Lexie asks if she can also avoid being half-naked in the hallway because even if she is gay, Mark isn't, and Callie is hot. Callie responds by telling Lexie that Mark doesn't look at her boobs anymore. She clarifies to a confused Lexie that they used to be the first thing he looked at, but since he met Lexie he doesn't do it anymore. She's clearly still a mite exasperated but it's still a cute exchange and Lexie is obviously relieved.
Derek is waiting in Richard's office and when Richard arrives, he tries to push him off and says he's busy. Derek says he's busy scoping Mercy West and pointedly tells him that he assumes Richard would tell him if there's anything he needs to know, and is he leaving? Richard chalks all that up to rumors but Derek points out there's tons of rumors and Jennings will no longer return his calls. Richard asks why he's calling at all and gets quite angry as he says he'll tell when there is something to tell, and then has the gall to accuse Derek of going behind his back. Richard has been a mess before, but this is the most single-minded and self-centered I think we've ever seen him. Derek rightfully won't let him finish and tells Richard not to forget that Derek is the one who actually has his back.
Arizona catches him storming out and runs after him to have him look at the film from the 3D MRI, even though he won't see anything. She thinks that Andy has a tethered spinal cord, and she needs one more test to be sure. Derek tells her to run it but she then explains that if she does she'll be fired. Realizing that this is something that came from Richard, Derek is then all over it and tells her to follow him.
Clara is standing on her prosthetic leg while Lexie and a therapist help her up. She's stony-faced and demands to stop, which her helpers don't really listen to until she loses her balance and sits down. The therapist tells her that this is where the hard part begins, not realizing that while that works for some people, this is the very wrong patient to tell that to. Lexie looks like she just had that very thought, in fact, and Clara looks defeated.