Ryan is awake, and the docs have gathered in his room for the big (well, Chad hopes) unveiling. Chad can't help chuckling and commenting on how this is like Christmas morning, and finally Ryan orders him to shut up. He then takes a deep breath, and Catherine pulls back the blanket. She tells him the swelling will go down (that seems a little cruel, that he gets a look and finds out it's not going to be that big?) and Mark adds the most important thing: it will do everything it is supposed to. Ryan is thrilled and thanks then, then offers his brother one last look. Chad actually turns him down, insisting that if Ryan is happy, he is happy.
Cristina is taking care of Zola and chatting away with her as she gets her bandage and diaper all changed. She tells the baby that she's going to have a scar but that it will just make her look fierce. It's true. All the cool girls have bitchin' scars. Owen is there too, working away, still practicing the idea that his office is wherever he is. Cristina tells him that he should still go to the dinner party, but he's happy to stay there with her and keep her company. She then keeps on talking to Zola about what awesome surgeons her parents are, and how one day when she's also awesome, she'll tell everyone how she comes from a long line of surgeons. Zola is grinning like crazy at her and Cristina looks pretty smitten, which starts to get to Owen. After watching her clearly loving this baby, he can't take it any longer and decides to go to the party after all. Cristina is too busy with Zola to realize what happened, and just happily kisses him goodbye.
Bailey is waiting outside for Eli and looks like she's trying very hard not to vomit as she starts to walk towards the car with him. After a moment she stops and finally tells him that she can't do this. For once, his expression is serious and he doesn't have some snappy comeback to shut her down. She tells him that she wants to make sure she's clear, but he cuts her off to supply that she's not sure what they two of them have but whatever it is, it is ending. She's confused that he seems to know what she was going to say but he tells her that she's been nothing but clear from the beginning that she didn't want a relationship, but he was ignoring that because she is different than any woman he's known before. She's not entirely paying attention now, instead thinking about the implications of his telling her that she's always totally clear. Eli admits that he should have walked away, and reiterates once more that a lack of clarity has never been one of Bailey's issues. She's sad that her playtime is ending, and tells Eli sincerely that she's sorry. He's actually more likable now than ever, since he's actually listening to her and respecting what she says. He hands her the bottle of wine he had been holding and tells her to enjoy the party, then walks away without looking back.