Cristina is sitting in the hallway oozing "bitch" from every pore when Lexie walks by. After thinking a moment, she turns to ask her if she's okay. Cristina cuts her off snottily, and then decides to tear Lexie apart, spitting that Lexie makes her sick, that she needs to have fire. Wow, this is the pot calling the kettle a wallflower. She tells Lexie to be a force of nature, better than anyone else, and not to give a damn what others think. She also tells her there are no teams and no buddies, that she's on her own and needs to be on her own. Oh yeah, she and the others never bailed one another out or stood up for each other. This is so revisionist and hypocritical I can barely stand it. Lexie turns to leave but thinks better of it and turns back to announce that she just got to scrub in and watch Walter Tapley's heart surgery from about three inches away while Cristina sat and did charts. So whatever crap she wants to hurl at Lexie she can just go ahead, because she can't take that surgery away. I can't tell if Cristina realizes she just had a valid argument thrown in her face or if she is just trying to get Lexie to leave when she says, "Yeah, okay." Lexie replies, "Okay, then," and leaves.
George runs in to give Bailey some charts and notices she has Tuck with her; she explains that she wanted the evening with him, so Tucker didn't take him. George asks if they resolved anything and Bailey's silence tells him no. He then asks if she'd like him to take Tuck for a couple of hours so that she and her husband can go fight some more (it sounded much more compassionate coming out of his mouth than typed on the page) because they won't fix anything in a day, but they can at least keep trying.
Izzie gets home to find Alex pulling clothes out of her drawers. Again the bigger person (killing me!) she doesn't kill him for doing so without asking but just listens as he tells her that Ava is staying there for a couple of days and needs some new clothes. Izzie reasonably asks if Alex called Ava's husband or set up the psych consult. He ignores her, so she reminds him of the little fact that Ava just had a hysterical pregnancy. He interrupts to yell at her that Ava's fine and he's handling things, and then demands that she give him some clothes. He takes what Izzie hands him and without a word goes back to his room where he starts to change a seemingly catatonic Ava.