Derek goes right to Cahill and Owen to bitch about the posters, but Cahill talks him down with optimistic talk about how his face projects a human side to the people operating inside the "clinically sterilized walls" of the hospital. Plus, you know, three different focus groups can't be wrong. She touches Owen's arm as she pulls him away to meet with the nurses, though he hangs back long enough to tell Derek how much it means to him to have someone alongside him in the fight to keep the hospital open.
In a parked ambulance, while the Seattle Ambiance (i.e. rain) falls down around them, April and EMT Matthew are making out like teenagers. He stops them and, after momentarily freaking her out with his "I don't want to do this anymore" phrasing, asks her out on a proper date. Tonight, in fact. April looks panicked, in that TV way where it's totally obvious to anyone with eyes, only the guy inches in front of her can't see it. He's nervous too and stumbles over his words. "I can't wait to see you out of those clothes" leads to a lot of stammering and backtracking. She gets what he means, though, and kisses him on the cheek. Outside the ambulance, though, she is seriously panicked about the date.
Elsewhere, Alex and Jo are working together on a sick baby. Sick with ... baby sickness. Look, this storyline is like the 86th most interesting thing happening on the show right now. Behind April's love life, if you can believe that. Behind Smash's relationship to Derek's face-posters. Behind wondering what Debbie Allen is doing right now and if she wants company. So if I kind of give you the gist of what's happening -- Alex and Jo are falling in loooooooovebarf -- without actually getting into the nitty-gritty of this incidental baby and its to-be-introduced incidental parents, you'll forgive me, right? The important thing right now is the hilariously awful plinky piano music trying to goose us into rooting for these two idiots to make it happen. They tell the parents that the baby needs surgery, and the parents are weirdly unresponsive about it. Alex pulls the dad into the hallway and learns that they're not married. Just an office hookup/broken condom situation that went south. Way south. The mom tells Jo her side of the story. The upshot is that they kind of hate each other but they're pulling together for the sake of the baby. I can't believe Grey's Anatomy is doing the thing where the case of the week is a mirror image to the personal lives of the characters. What a rip-off of Private Practice! Shameful, really.