Both Bailey and Eli are examining Henry and running a bunch of tests to see if the islet cell device is doing its job. Henry asks if they can call him with the results and frets a little bit about overmarinating the fish for that night's dinner. As he talks, Bailey starts to look a little bit afraid while Eli starts to look confused and after Henry confirms that they both like fish, finally asks what is going on. As if Henry isn't even there, Bailey says politely that Henry and Teddy are having a dinner party to which they are both invited, but she admits rather shamefacedly that she forgot to tell Eli about it. He dryly points out that it's good that Henry was there to bring up the marinade. Now Henry is both worried about his fish and caught in the middle of an uncomfortable situation so he does what any of us would do: he starts to babble. They ignore him and Bailey asks Eli if he is free but also assures him that he doesn't have to go, to which Eli points out that this is the best invite he's ever gotten. Seriously, I'm not sure why he's actually agreeing to go at this point, but he does even though his ego has taken a little bit of a blow.
April is falling over herself thanking Catherine for picking her while Catherine just tries to get her to calm down and be careful with her job. She also compliments her son on his technique and Mark chimes in about Jackson's natural ability and how he's born for plastics. Man, when Mark decides he's in, he's in -- I keep expecting him to turn on Jackson but he seems fully sold on his awesome Guntherness. Catherine, however, is not sold on plastics. She thinks that it's easy for someone to get hooked on all of the money they could make from boob jobs and tummy tucks. Mark thinks she's not being fair about the job while Jackson points out that she actually doesn't think he has the discipline to resist the easy money. It's quite an argument to have in front of an audience of your peers, too. They all start to argue but Catherine is still keeping an eye on Ryan's new package as well, and she keeps reminding April to be gentle. As the yelling picks up from the boys she starts to yell to but it's at April, since she has gotten Catherine's beautiful dorsal vein stuck in the suction, and it basically rips the thing apart to everyone's horror, especially April's.
Meredith and Derek are in an office with Alex and Arizona and as you can guess from his thoughtful and measured interactions with Meredith lately, Derek is being equally gracious now. Which is to say not at all. No one is happy -- Arizona is livid that Alex told Meredith and Derek what happened and Derek is livid because he considers Zola to be his patient. The fact that he can't see that no one would ever agree with him and he'd kill his adoption on the spot is just maddening. Owen comes in to try and referee, much to Arizona's relief. She rightly assumes that Owen will agree that there is no way they can see Zola, and Derek's mature response is to order Owen to butt out. Look, I'm not trying to diminish how horrible it would be for people to have their adoption in jeopardy, or how hard it would be if your wife screwed up your job. But I am so sick of Derek not only seeing things just one way, but seeing things only that one way that fits the moment that he's in and nothing else. He's become such a one-note asshole that I am now preconditioned to despise him; then I find that I've become just as bad, a one-note complainer! It just sucks to have a show you like with a character you've grown to actually hate.