Bailey starts to wrap things up. "As doctors, we know more about the human body now than at any other point in our history." George and Lexie are watching the Bailey family, and Lexie gives the update that Tuck is doing better. He asks if she knows that Tuck is named after him, and she replies that she thought Bailey didn't like interns. He adds, "Yeah, she doesn't." He then takes a deep breath and asks if she found an apartment yet, and starts to stutter, clearly suggesting they could be roommates.
"But the miracle of life itself? Why people live and die? Why they hurt or get hurt? Is still a mystery." Mark is waiting for the elevator when Hahn walks by, ready to leave, and she takes a moment to walk up to him and tell him that he's too pretty, and to suggest that if they didn't work together they'd be knocking boots. He grins slyly but before he can say anything she reminds him that they do work together and that to be good at her job, she has to leave who she is outside when she gets to work. The elevator dings and Callie gets out, looking awesome in a purple top and black pants, and she asks Hahn if she's ready. As they walk out, Mark asks where they're going and offers to meet them, but they just laugh at him and call good night.
"We want to know the reason, the secret, the answer at the back of the book." Derek finds Rose and asks her to dinner. Instead of running to the hills as she should, given that he made out with her, then said he needed to stay with his girlfriend, then asked her out, she accepts. Ladies, never do what Rose just did. This means he's a mess and things are only going to end in tears.
"Because the thought of our being all alone down here is just too much for us to bear." Bailey is sitting with Tuck when Meredith comes in to check on him; Bailey tells her he's going to be fine. Meredith then asks where Tucker is. She stutters that he went home to get sleep, but after a pause continues that he's also going to pack and get a hotel room. Meredith very genuinely tells Bailey that she's sorry, and Bailey replies, "For some reason, life just seems to make a lot more sense when you're looking at a baby." Especially this one, because the babies they have playing the part of her son are absolutely beautiful. Her VO ends, "But at the end of the day, the fact that we show up for each other, in spite of our differences, no matter what we believe, is reason enough to keep believing." And fade to black, most likely for the rest of the season. Let's just keep believing that maybe everything will get resolved and we'll get scripted television back sooner than later.