Jackie is still chattering away, now complaining that the doctors don't know how hard it was to stand in a display window for two days, and pathetically adds that it's the hardest thing she's ever done. Callie seems unmoved by this display of heroism, and warns her that she's risking permanent damage to her shoulder because of this contest. Lexie then pipes up and asks Jackie what her dress looks like, to Callie's horrified surprise. Jackie softens, and -- in a baby voice that I'm sure she thinks makes her seem sweet -- begins to dreamily describe the sweetheart neckline and the beading. Lexie then asks if she'll be wearing her hair down to cover her hunchback. Callie suddenly looks at Lexie like she's a new person, as Jackie demands to know what she means. Lexie explains that since Jackie's not having the surgery, she'll probably have a lot of swelling and purple discoloration that looks like a hunchback, but wearing her hair down might cover it. Jackie demands to know why she wasn't told, and Callie innocently shrugs, to which Jackie demands to know how fast they can get the surgery done. It's times like these, seeing girls like this getting married, that I do wonder why I'm still single. Although if my significant other didn't dump me on the curb for acting like this, he's probably not the right person for me anyway.
Derek and Mark run into Hahn on the magical walkway, and Mark says he heard a crazy rumor. Hahn informs him somewhat proudly that she really is performing open-heart surgery on a man while he's wide awake. Derek, who really shouldn't stand directly next to Mark when they're in matching scrubs because then it's obvious that he's, like, a foot shorter, brags that he's done tons of brain surgeries on awake patients. Together, Mark and Hahn tell him it's "not the same thing." While Derek pouts for a moment, Mark asks Hahn if she's ever heard of a Gentleman's Evening, explaining that Richard is throwing one. Mark adds that he's pretty sure it doesn't involve porn, but he's not positive. I think that, more than anything, is the most realistic welcome Hahn has gotten to Seattle Grace, at least in terms of what subjects are taboo in the workplace. Namely, nothing. She pauses a moment and looks back and forth between the two before asking them, "Are you two a couple?" They laugh, and then their faces fall when they realize she just might be serious; she tells them she was just checking, and leaves. They get indignant and puff out their chests a bit to seem manly while they wonder why she'd ask that. But then Mark goes back to more pressing issues and admits, "I'm worried about this Gentlemen's Thing."