He walks over to the desk where April is working and she sneaks a look at him and tells him that people are now talking about how kind and compassionate he is, and how glad she is that they are getting to know the Robert that she got to know. Stark may be feeling charitable towards his patients but he doesn't want to hear this from April and he purses his lips and informs her that, "It's 'Dr. Stark." It stings her, and she immediately gets back to work as he walks away.
Henry is in his apartment lighting some candles when there is a knock at the door; it seems that he finally realized that he and Teddy were having her only good dates these days and he's ready to kick it up a notch. But when he answers the door and asks how her date went, it turns out that it's going awesome and that she's actually still on it and just came by to check on him and bring him some of the pasta he loves. He's embarrassed, and holds the door so that she can't see the set table. She still feels a little bit awkward but Henry insists she should go, and so she turns and skips happily away. Poor Henry closes the door and sighs in the candlelight. I think that Teddy might be a giant fool...
... but then she gets into the car with hot psychiatrist Dr. Perkins, who is back in Seattle. She thanks him for stopping and then he asks her what is next, is he taking her home? They have a long, sexy kiss, and she answers that she might be taking him home. But honestly, does this woman still have a JOB? But then again, who cares when you're caught between two hot men who think you're the cat's meow?
There's an adorable shot of Sofia, looking tiny and slumped in her carrier while the adults all watch her and count down the last few seconds of her hour. She passes the test, and there's much rejoicing and picture taking and general gaiety from everyone except for Callie, who looks more nervous by the second. No one really seems to notice, though. Cristina is complaining to Owen about the Teddy situation and asks if Teddy even mentions her; Owen tries to avoid answering by commenting on Sofia's incredible cuteness. Cristina just blandly answers, "Its small features and oversize eyes trigger a hormonal response from humans. It's autonomic." As the adults all coo and clap, she finishes, "It's what keeps us from eating them." Owen just gives a shaky smile in response.