Cristina and Mere are holed up in the bathroom during the second break while Mere moans about her gross questions. Cristina isn't terribly sympathetic and wants to complain about ancient Mr. Feeny. April knocks on the door and begs them to let her in, but Cristina brushes her off by saying that Mere is sick and refuses to open the door.
Bailey finds Derek and asks him if she should show the prospective doctors the gym, wondering if the cobwebs in there might put them off. Derek doesn't answer and instead asks her when he became an advice columnist. Oh Derek, Mark is always like this, and you volunteered the info to Lexie and started that conversation, so you don't have a leg to stand on. He whines that no one will make up their own minds but Bailey tells him that they will, but they just might need a little bit of help getting there. She explains that when people come to her with a problem, she gives them a metaphor, and he should try the same approach. He's skeptical, and asks what kind, but she tells him that the beauty of this method is that you can say anything, because the person you are talking to will figure out a way to apply it to their own situation and will then make the decision that deep down they were going to make in the first place. Ah, so it's like writing a horoscope, then. Derek is all cocky and tells her that he'll stick to honesty, thankyouverymuch, but she just tells him to suit himself. She adds, though, that when someone takes his advice and then everything goes horribly wrong, he's going to be blamed for it.
Jackson walks in to the men's room and is greeted by panicked screeching and all of the men fleeing into the hall. This is because April is in there, wearing her skirt and a camisole, trying to dry out her shirt under the hand dryer and while she does, she screams that it's no big deal, they are all doctors and should be able to see each others' bits without freaking out. Jackson calls her name and it knocks her slightly back to sanity; she offers him a shaky and embarrassed hello. They ask each other how each other is doing and in answer they both start getting worked up again about how they are failing and the test is a total mindfuck, to paraphrase lots of back and forth fretting. April finally yells that also, she broke her promise to Jesus and now can't talk to Him when He is the only one who can calm her down. This sets Jackson off anew; he wants to know why she let him do it because now he's the asshole who made her break her promise to Jesus. She tries to break in and tell him it's okay but he's on a roll and finally yells that that kind of behavior is, and I quote, "very unbecoming, especially for an Avery." No matter what I think about April right now, she's totally justified in incredulously mocking him for actually letting those words escape his lips. She thinks it's offensive that he's comparing her breaking her promise to the Lord with putting the tiniest of dents in the Avery family crest.