Arizona is searching around the supply room while Callie rants about what happened with her father and finally asks Callie if she's done. Callie is taken aback, justifiably, and asks if she doesn't think that her father's coming to disinfect Arizona from her life isn't abhorrent? Arizona does but before she can continue, Callie tells her there's no "but." Arizona then says what she was going to: Callie should talk to him. She reminds Callie that her dad didn't do anything, that she was the one who changed the game. True, and now she's being all understanding, but she might have started with this rather than asking Callie if she was done as her first response. It was a weird moment. Callie's not really taking it and asks if Arizona didn't expect any understanding when she came out. Arizona just explains that she never brought guys home, and she had a poster of Cindy Crawford on her wall. "And I wasn't just looking at her mole." While it wasn't news when Arizona brought home a woman, Callie has up until recently loved men, and even married one. She advises Callie again to talk to her father, and to give him some room to be shocked. Callie tells her she hates her as Arizona leaves the room, but the fight is gone from her voice, and Arizona gloats cheerfully, "'Cause I'm right. And I'm awesome."
Hannah/Kitty is actually named April, and she and Lexie are merger buddies. She seems pleasant enough, and thanks Lexie for being her tour guide, even though she knows it wasn't by choice. Lexie clearly isn't thrilled but does tell her she knows it's scary being the new kid. Of course April mentions that Lexie must have been there when the, "psycho intern cabal was marching around, chopping out each other's organs," and that it must have been scary. So, just in case you didn't get it, these two aren't actually going to get along. They meet their patient, who is handcuffed to the bed and has a cop stationed nearby. His name is Billy, and while robbing a guy's house, the guy caught him and beat him with a golf club. Fair enough. He claims that they don't need the cop as he can't even move but before Lexie can say something nice, April quickly chirps that they'll keep him. Lexie rolls him over and sees some ominous-looking lumps on his back and orders films before defensively announcing to April that it was only one appendix, not a psycho cabal. April is taken aback and as she says it's good to know, writes furiously in a little red notebook that she carries around.