Seattle Grace is once again showing off it's rampant professionalism by staging viewings of the Elephant Man. Meredith shoos off a group of interns ogling the man and his nuts, but only so the attendings can come gawk. The men are horrified at the sight of such private part punishment, but Avery is even more horrified at the sight of his mother laughing and touching Weber's arm. Meredith cruelly rubs their happiness in his face until Avery tells her to go to hell and storms off. Speaking of storming, Cristina has stormed off from her boss' (see? demotion) to the hospital to try and talk the Ancient One into trying a new procedure. He thinks she's just trying to annoy him when he already has a perfectly reasonable plan in place to treat his patient. He doesn't know that Cristina is trying to save his job! He insists that he is perfectly capable of threading a catheter into a patient's heart, so Cristina double dog dares him to prove that he can.
Elephant Man is getting prepped for surgery when he finally admits that he might be avoiding his high school reunion because a girl he likes will be there. As Katherine and Weber swap "aww young love" eye rolls, his friend yells at him to ironically get some balls and just ask the woman out already. Bailey is still trolling the halls for surgeries, and Kepner finally takes her up on it. She can't be handling some other man's balls in front of her ersatz boyfriend and his mother. Too awkward!
Meanwhile, Meredith's patient is making a break for it. He overheard her intern bragging about the once-in-a-lifetime tumor operation and he got spooked enough to run into the parking lot in his peekaboo hospital gown. Meredith runs after him, which in and of itself is a pretty frightening sight. Girl was not meant to jog. Guess that means she won't be starring in a Personal Best reboot any time soon. Meredith shows her maturity as a doctor by talking the guy down. She knows it is scary, but she can do it! She can remove a tumor that has spread all over his body. He nods, because Dr. Meredith is so very convincing and apparently he has never watched this show before. Always be skeptical when they say they can do it!
Callie is back at the hospital after her Super Big Gulp of Wine. Oh, wait, maybe it's the next day and Robbins just has another prosthetic fitting? Anyway, Alex stops Callie in the hall and wants to know how the fitting went, because he is worried that he screwed up the surgery and Robbins' prosthetic won't fit properly and it will be all his fault. Wait, so Alex cut off Robbins' leg? Do they really only have one orthopedic surgeon on staff and then they start picking from the pediatric pool? Anyway, Callie assures him that Robbins doesn't even know that he was the one who cut off her leg and sadly, cynically smiles that Arizona completely blames her for everything.