Owen storms back into the conference room and points out to the smarmy attorney that his conflict of interest doesn't seem of much concern to any of them. The attorneys start to stutter but Owen just rolls right over them as he explains that he booked the plane that crashed and therefore his wife could benefit financially from his negligence -- he's figured out that they are hoping that the judge will therefore throw the whole thing out. Roberta jumps in to redeliver her line about supporting him 100% but the attorney shakes his head and she stops. Owen sees this too, but the lawyer reminds him that he signed a confidentiality agreement that is punishable with fines and termination. Poor Owen's life is really dictated by forms he signed without too much thought right now. Owen just nods, wishes them goodnight, and leaves.
On her way out, Bailey sees Richard and tells him that he will in fact be getting a Christmas-themed wedding invitation but that said, he is not to buy her a gift. Richard teases her with the idea of a waffle maker and she grins and admits she does love a waffle. I am surprisingly ambivalent about waffles, given my love of breakfast carbs in general, but I adore the smell of them. It would probably be a waste to get a waffle maker just to make my apartment smell delightful while I eat pancakes or something, wouldn't it? Damn. Richard tells her it's going to be fine, and also promises to have Bailey's back no matter what.
I miss Joe. Whatever happened to Joe? The interns are all hanging out at his bar playing darts and giving Smash shit for crying in front of everyone. Alex walks in and makes note of Jo laughing (for once) before joining a depressed Jackson at the bar. He asks if April is pregnant because he's got half a brain and was able to easily figure out what was going on earlier. Jackson says that it's not his business, but no she's not. Alex considers this something to celebrate and Jackson chooses not to correct him. He does tell Alex he's no longer allowed to call April weird. Alex points out that she is, and Jackson readily agrees, but he wants Alex to stop saying it. Alex seems to accept this with no problem and then glances back one more time at Jo. Ugh.
Callie gets home and is shocked to hear laughing and delighted squeals coming from inside her apartment. She opens the door to find Arizona and Sofia in Arizona's wheelchair, having a dance party. Callie is happy to see this but still treading super carefully as she asks Arizona about her day. She panics when she hears that Arizona fell down but Arizona calmly tells her that then she got back up, and it's all deep and meaningful and whatnot. Callie gives her a kiss and agrees to finish making dinner; while she makes a salad she watches her wife and daughter and allows herself another smile that maybe her family is coming back together again. Mere's VO suggests that maybe she does believe that some people are meant to be.