Addie is sitting on a sofa in the lounge, and she's been crying. Derek walks in and even though she won't look at him, he tries to talk to her and to convince her that he knows he's been a jerk, and that he really does want this baby. She finally tries to smile, though doesn't really succeed, as Derek hopefully says that maybe the baby will change things after all and make Addison happier. That's rather... pointed -- even though he claims he knows he's messed up, he obviously finds this to be Addison's problem. Though I suppose it is, because she admits in a sad voice that this isn't Derek's baby. And on cue, Mark walks in wearing no shirt. Okay, to be fair, it's because he's trying to get Lexille's blood out of it. When he sees the two Shepherds in front of him, he comments on the awkwardness of the situation. At least, I think that's what he says since my DVR decided to glitch and mash up his voice like Max Headroom.
Cristina and Jackson are still working on Lexille, who keeps on flatlining. Mere sees this as she leaves and goes and reads the chart as Cristina yells for epi and Jackson tells her it's over. Mere immediately tells Cristina they should crack her chest. Cristina thinks this might be crazy but when Meredith points out that she's going to die anyway, Cristina realizes that this might be the best last chance she's got. Meredith gets a gown on, and the two set to work together.
Bailey gets on the elevator with her sad, standard-issue, I Just Got Fired Box O'Stuff in her arms. Alex is standing inside, facing the back wall and sniveling about how he had a good thing and screwed it up, adding that he had a chance to be a better person but screwed that up too, like he does every time. It's one pretty amazing pity party, and as he whines, "What is wrong with me?" Bailey just asks drily, she just lost her job, but does he see her crying? Something in her tone says that she might have lost her job, but she just found Miranda. She reminds Alex what he said to her earlier: we create our own destiny. She declares that is what she's doing, and it's what he should do too. And then she saunters out with a newfound confidence in her step while he stays and cries.