Callie is still arguing with Matt about cutting off his leg (con) to cure the pain (pro). Hunt is taking the dangerous position of getting on Callie's bad side when he doesn't just back her up -- she points out that this is no guarantee the pain will be gone, but Hunt agrees with Matt that it might. She argues that it will be months until the prosthetic has fitted, it's won't feel like his leg but rather like a pinching hulk of metal. And the Army could say no. After some more back and forth like that, he completely snaps and yells, "Do you think I want you to cut my leg off? Of course not." Mmmm, Matt Saracen yelling, with no tentative mumbling and stumbling? He's even cuter now. He's not sure of anything except that he's in hell with a pain pill habit that's ineffective and that nothing she can say will scare him. So are they going to do this or no?
Chief and Bailey come out of surgery and run into Arizona, where the Chief brags about Bailey's just having removed a gallbladder through a guy's bellybutton. Arizona goes from impressed to disturbed, but Bailey quickly tells her how awesome and good it is. The Chief offers her another surgery that afternoon and she accepts, having totally forgotten about the neuroblastoma surgery with Arizona. Arizona assures her that it's fine and she's got the rest of her life for that, so Bailey happily runs off to lunch.
Once she's gone, Arizona glares at the Chief and walks towards him over some quirky music. She announces, "I am going to cry and I just want you to know that it's going to happen, and I just want you to ignore it." She apparently cries when she gets mad at people in authority, which is somehow connected to her daddy issues. The funniest thing is that through her anger and tears, she still manages to be peppy as she throws down a gauntlet. She knows the Chief is trying to lure Bailey back to general surgery with the robot because she doesn't have one, and kids are not as fun as robots. A parent or two might possibly take exception to this statement, especially from their child's surgeon, but they would have to agree that kids aren't shiny and new and can't pull things out of a bellybutton. Actually no. They'd have to agree to the shiny and new, but I would say that children have definitely pulled stuff out of their bellybuttons. Just not a gallbladder. I hope. Wow, that was a long ride to Tangentville! But her point is that she is going to fight him and win, because what she has that he doesn't is joy. Again, one could argue... okay, fine. Let's just leave it. The Chief chuckles in disbelief that she thinks she can contend, so he just wishes her good luck and leaves.