Final session. April is now calm, after her little tension relief session in the men's room. The examiner tells her that she has a patient with an advanced disease that has become terminal; what does she do? April thinks a moment and then answers honestly that she prays for them. Four eyebrows shoot up to the sky as she tells them in a zen-like state that she knows it's not the right answer, and then she adds that she's not even sure He's listening now, anyway. Her male instructor warns her how inappropriate this is but April casually tosses back that so is having premarital sex with a friend in the men's room but she just did that, too. It was around this moment that I put my money on April being the doctor who doesn't pass even though really, they leave that one pretty believably up in the air until the last possible moment. She muses about how she's been surrounded by scientists for a decade and kept quiet about her relationship with God for fear of being laughed at or judged to be less of a doctor. Well, now we know why her revelation last week seemed to come out of left field and it doesn't seem like quite so much of a cheap play by the writers, I guess. She goes on that she was hiding and ashamed to admit that she loves and relies on Him. She's not sure if she screwed up or freed herself from those limitations, but she thinks she's now done hiding. Her examiners seem to be almost done listening, but when one repeats the actual test question again April finally composes herself and launches into an actual answer.
Jackson also gained some focus from their interlude but for him that means he finally starts kicking some medical ass; when he gives on answer to a question, the examiner seems happy and satisfied with it despite the fact that they are to reveal nothing.
Callie has Nick on the operating table and is digging around looking at something in the vicinity of his spine. Bailey is assisting, while Arizona hovers in the background and tells them all about how Nick gives cameras to orphans and saves puppies and helps little old ladies cross the street. Callie tells her that she's not going to kill her friend, and Arizona tries really badly to act cool and like that's not what she was worried about at all. Callie seems to find something of interest while she pokes around and then calls to Arizona that she forgot to bring snack for Sofia's class today, and she's so very sorry but Arizona needs to go get some. Arizona isn't happy about it but there's nothing much to be done and she goes. Once they are alone, Bailey admits she knows that Callie didn't actually forget snack and Callie agrees and shows her that there are mets in Nick's blood vessels which means they are going to be everywhere.