In another OR, four doctors peer over a man's private parts while Bailey makes crude fart and ball jokes. When no one laughs, Bailey assures them that she didn't bully Kepner into giving up the surgery, but no one cares. Jackson is just being a pouty little baby about his mom dating his once-boss and Weber and Katherine are just trying to pretend that their relationship is under still wraps. Also, they may be slightly more professional then the weird version of Bailey that we are getting for this episode. Remember when Miranda Bailey was awesome? Not some sex-crazed break room denizen who makes fart jokes in the operating room after trying to steal surgeries from her less tenured coworkers? Remember?
Over in Minnesota, the Ancient One is struggling with the newfangled technology. He curses and flails and eventually asks Cristina to take over. Instead she shows him a trick and he gets the hang of it. When Cristina tries to assist him, he good-naturedly tells her to back off.
Deep in the basement of Seattle Grace, Robbins' is still being fitted for her prosthetic. The Leg Whisperer hasn't come back, either. Luckily when Arizona makes a misstep and is about to make a dramatic slow motion fall, Alex just happens to be stopping by and manages to catch her before she hits the ground. He sits her down and disaffectedly examines her leg stump noting his own handiwork. She asks him if he has destroyed her department yet, and he assures her he is the only thing holding pediatrics together, but they really need her back. She pouts that she's trying and Alex decides it's a good idea to remind her that Callie is trying too. Instead of smacking him with her fake leg, Arizona just stares at him, letting the Gospel of Alex soak in.