Nosedive himself is then up, and tells the Big Three that Alex was supposed to be stitching him up. Back in the ER, from the perspective of someone wheeling an IV along, we see Cristina again ask Alex if it is his patient. Alex is busy leaving a message for Izzie, which is clearly the latest in a long string of them, only this time he tells her that as it's been a week and he has no idea if she's alive or dead, he's calling the police if she doesn't call him back that night. It turns out we were watching from Nosedive's perspective, and he waves a suture kit at Alex as he hangs up the phone.
Richard is back to asking about Cathy -- Alex is pretty pissed and repeats that he never saw her, but Cristina tells them that she was the one who ordered Cathy's morphine. Again we see Cristina point out the initials on the chart, but we stay with her and Avery, and he asks how long it will be until they insert a bug up his ass too, noting how cranky they all are. Oh honey, don't pretend with those gorgeous wide eyes that you haven't also been ticked off at the whole situation sometimes. Cristina gets him back by reporting to Richard that Avery seemed consulting on a patient not his own, so she took care of it. Cathy reported that the pain was just localized to her chest; Cristina checked the chart for drug allergies and interactions, and then ordered morphine. When she lists off everything Cathy had been given, Richard seems surprised and suspicious that Cristina memorized the chart, but Cristina points out that she checked the chart three times to be sure as it wasn't her patient. However, she admits to dropping the ball a little when he asks if she followed up, and she has to admit that she did not as her patient was back from CT.
Back in the ER, Callie makes an announcement that the burn unit and ICU are all full, so all the patients are staying there until beds open up. Mark then pokes his head out of Evan's room to request that the trauma rooms be kept clear for burn cases. Cristina goes to check on Roy's films, which show an official diagnosis of Lots of Bad Shit. Worse than his physical problems, though, is his mental anguish as he hears Evan scream. Apparently he was trying to save Evan when he fell and he blames himself for what is happening to Evan now. Reed tries to convince him that he saved Evan's life, but an inconsolable Roy is convinced that he killed him.