Izzie's got a cup of coffee and leans on the frame of a bunk bed, watching George sleep in the on-call room. She whispers to him that this is absurd, him actually sleeping alone in the on-call room when everyone knows the beds are only there for hook-ups. Well, actually what she says is that it's absurd that he's sleeping there when she has a perfectly good bed. But she's not totally avoiding the subject of sex, since she tells him they said they'd wait and be respectful, and they've now done that and she wants some. George is excited that it's going to happen now, as they're in the designated location, but she means tonight. "Tonight we will have hot..." (Doubtful.) "Perfect..." (If you like mild.) "Sex." (Ew.) He's into it and goes to kiss her, and she jumps right up to leave, announcing how she's got to impress Hahn and kick some cardio ass, then stops dead and remembers, "Oh shit. I've got to shave my legs!" George sleepily tells her it's fine if she doesn't, but she asserts, "Our perfect sex requires shaved legs." I'm certain that all this planning is really going to end up in a perfect night; it so often does.
The aforementioned Hahn is doing paperwork when Richard walks up to greet her on her first day, and he introduces her to Derek and Mark. Both of them greet her by calling her "the new Burke," which clearly isn't exactly how she'd like to be known. When the attendings leave, she comments, "Interesting guys. And by interesting I mean 'ridiculously attractive.'" I'm glad that someone there has finally said it. She asks if Richard hires on looks alone or if he also counts skill, and he just dryly tells her it's good to have her there, and takes his leave.
Mark and Derek ponder what a "gentlemen's evening" could be. They don't have an answer, but Mark suspects that strippers are involved. They pass Bailey, and Mark asks her what the first thing is that comes to her mind when he tells her the words "gentlemen's evening." She turns and says definitively, "Tassels. Shiny SEQUINED tassels and one-dollar bills." Mark turns back to Derek and replies, "See? Strippers." Derek is nearly positive that strippers aren't part of the agenda, but Mark decides he's in anyway since he likes being surprised.