Webber is in his office folding up a...blanket? Ooh, he slept at the hospital. Richard's in the doghouse! Addison suddenly appears at his door, looking like she just shot the cover of Homeless Bazaar. Her clothes are all baggy and gross, and she's wearing some sort of nutso fishing hat. Richard: "You got a coffee stain on your shirt." Addie: "You got a bed on your couch." Hee. They're both so pitiful. Webber tells her she can't see patients looking like she does, and she requests the day off. "For what?" Webber would like to know. Addie: "For drinking." She says she's feeling the need to do some crying, actually, but her tear ducts are too proud, so she's going to be doing some drinking. Richard asks if she has any patients today, and Addie says she thinks God knows that she needs to get really drunk today, so no. She asks him why he's sleeping in his office. Webber: "Marriage...is hard." Addie buries her face in her hands and says, "Thank goodness. Mine seems to be just about over." Aw. You guys, she's crying! Webber puts a hand on her shoulder, an obvious sign that she is free to get shitfaced all day long.
Cut to our first patient, a middle-aged woman in a hospital bed surrounded by several delicious-looking cakes. They're really into the baked-good food porn this episode. I hope Evany is watching. Bailey and the interns walk in, and Bailey tells the woman she's not supposed to be eating. "Mrs. Seabury" insists she just cannot stop, because these cakes are the most wooooonderful things she's ever tasted in her liiiiiife. She is really out of control with the cakes. She's having a cakegasm. She also might be hopped up on every goofball Seattle Grace has to offer, because when Bailey reminds her that she has a very aggressive form of lung cancer and would do well to get into surgery as soon as possible, Mrs. Seabury just starts to giggle. "It's all very aggressive, heee! I have never smoked a cigarette in my life! I have never smoked pot, hahahaaa! I've never drank! I haven't had a dessert in ten years, before today! I'm the picture of health, and I have lung cancer, hoooo!" Mrs. Seabury apologizes for her behavior, and thinks she might be on a sugar high. Might? Everyone looks very concerned for poor Mrs. Seabury, and it's decided that they'll reschedule her surgery, and possibly get her a psych consult.