Mere and Bailey are doing a procedure where they run a catheter into Tori to then somehow see the tumor. Bailey notices that there are two people on the other side of the window watching, and as she goes to shoo them away, Tori explains that it is her aunt and uncle, who don't like her to get lonely. The funniest thing is that Bailey flips the switch so that they can hear her and she repeatedly tells them that Tori is okay and they need to leave, but they keep staring like robots at Tori. It's kind of eerie, and I'm not sure if they were supposed to look more like they could at least hear Bailey? Even if they were ignoring her they'd have to at least blink. Tori coughs, so Bailey decides it's fine to leave them there so that she can get to work. Only then, when she says they have to stay in the outer room to avoid the radiation, does Uncle give a thumbs up. Once the docs pull up an image on the screen, they see what looks like a bundle of little vines all grabbing at arteries. Bailey can't really cover her unfavorable reaction, so Tori asks if everything is okay. Distracted, Bailey tells her it's fine while still gaping at the screen.
Izzie storms from the lab up to Derek and declares that Hunt is, "a murdering, sadistic bastard." Derek just asks, "Let me guess -- first wet lab?" She continues to rant about him stabbing the pigs, aka the "live tissue," but Derek warns her that he's the new Head of Trauma, so if that's how he does things, she needs to try to go with it. She reminds him of "First do no harm," pointing out that it's not just about humans, it's about all living things. Derek: "Actually, I think it's just about humans." Tell that to Izzie's deer friend. Izzie stands there with her mouth hanging open a second and then tells him, as his roommate, that he disgusts her. As you can imagine, he really, truly gives a crap about that.
The deed done, Callie is morosely getting her clothes back on. Mark can't fathom that it wasn't good, but after a moment Callie mumbles that the problem is that it WAS good. She slumps out of the room, while Mark calls after her that she could have at least thanked him. Fear not -- he doesn't actually seem too worried.
Bailey paged Hahn, who finds the Future Chief looking at Tori's angio. (Aha! That's the procedure they were doing!) Bailey explains that the tumor is wrapped around her aorta, and that she's putting together a team to take care of it. Angrily, Hahn corrects that it's wrapped around five major arteries, and when Bailey tries to tell her that she has ideas, Hahn snaps that she should try them out on a patient who might actually live. Bailey tells Hahn that the family asked for her by name (well, sorta) but Hahn doesn't care. Bailey shoots back: "Well, I do!" Hahn, clearly channeling every feeling she's currently having about her own love life, seethes, "Don't get emotional, Bailey -- No one likes a girl who gets emotional." Bailey, very clipped and calm, tells her through gritted teeth that she would still like Hahn on her team, and they have a glare-off.