Owen catches up to Cristina in the hallway and thanks her for her help, but she realizes this is just another plea for silence and tells him point-blank that he needs to tell Callie that he needs help. He replies that she'll leave and he'll lose his kids since Callie is afraid he'll hurt one of them. Cristina simply asks, "Aren't you?" Callie then walks up with all the kids and when she notices his hand, he claims a junkie patient pushed him into a tray of instruments. And Callie believes him because she wants to. This is all ignoring, by the way, the fact that there were at least 20 people who saw what happened. There is no way that in this gossip mill of a hospital, that wouldn't get around to Callie, especially given that he's got a history of outbursts. He shouldn't be just trying to keep Cristina quiet, he should be paying off the whole ER. The little family starts to leave, and Owen smiles at Cristina but she just walks off.
There's not a ton of time to think about it because a man walks in carrying an unconscious Lexille, and he explains that she was just lying in the street. As the camera pulls back, we see that McSteamy is her knight in lavender dress shirt.
Mark keeps trying to help as they do compressions but Jackson hollers at him to go away, not impressed by Mark's assuring them that he is a doctor. They keep shocking her and once they finally get her heartbeat back, Mark finally sighs and relaxes. He then asks a nurse where he can find Dr. Shepherd, but she blandly asks him which one. That is the question, isn't it?
Meredith is about to leave when Richard walks up, but before he can say anything she orders him to stop cleaning up the messes left in Ellis' wake. Mere maintains that she can't do anything right for her mom, and she won't let Richard interrupt to dispute this. She tells him she's figured out why: she wants everyone around her to be ordinary so that she herself can be extraordinary. Mere in Pink is pretty perceptive -- she didn't have to try to kill herself to start to figure things out. Richard tries to stop Meredith but Meredith just informs him that Ellis has made Richard a small person, and she won't let her do that to Mere as well. Truth spoken, she turns and leaves.