April and Jackson are having a much better time; April is high on punching Mr. CW and Jackson is pretty proud of her. She's so energized, in fact, that once she opens her hotel door, she excitedly tells him that she's realized that they are going to kick the test's ass just liked she kicked Mr. CW's ass. And then, she leans in and gives Jackson a very deep kiss. He pulls back and says her name, worried, but she just leans in again and asks if she shouldn't have done that. She's as confident as we've ever seen her and tells him that if he wants to stop, he just needs to say so. His breathing indicates that it's not that he wants to stop, but he says out loud (reminding himself as much as her) that she's a virgin. She explains that since she was a kid she had an idea of how her whole life was going to go, but now she's not the same person. She tells him it felt good when she punched the guy and when something feels good, it can't be bad, right? Well... now isn't necessarily the time to start arguing philosophy with her. He's tentative but decidedly not opposed to the idea, and she kisses him again and tells him it's okay. That's what he needs, and he pulls her into the room.
Catherine and Richard are having dinner and she flirts her way through a threat to hold Richard responsible if Jackson fails the test. Richard is confident that Jackson is a good kid and will do a good job, so she changes the subject and asks how he is, and how Adele is doing. Richard admits that she's doing fairly well but that he's stopped going to visit her for a while since it seemed to confuse her so much. Catherine seems genuinely worried about him and asks how he is doing with it, and Richard says it's the right thing but still seems terribly sad about it. He does know, at least, that she's happy now. Catherine muses that they never realized at their age they would still have to do some growing up, and then gives him the best bedroom eyes in the entire world.
Back in Seattle, it looks like the teenager is going to be fine as Callie comes in to do her portion. Teddy is ranting and raving about how immature and unwilling to collaborate Owen is, and says point blank that she isn't the problem. Bailey looks exhausted and steps down to go talk to Callie while Teddy continues to rant, not even seeming to notice that Bailey is gone. Callie can't believe that Bailey hasn't done anything and seems to think that her organizing ladies' night means she's off the hook now. I don't believe that, but I do believe her next point, which is that Bailey is the only one Teddy will listen to. She seems to accept this, and then walks back over to Teddy and announces that Owen wasn't fighting her, he just disagreed on a treatment which is something that happens to doctors all the time. But, she points out, Teddy sees him not as a doctor but as the man responsible for the death of her husband. "And you know and I know that was not his fault." Teddy finally looks up. Bailey says that Owen is taking this treatment because he thinks it will make Teddy feel better; he's not fighting her, but she's fighting him. Bailey turns to Callie, who gives her an enthusiastic nod of encouragement. Bailey tells Teddy that Owen's life is falling apart right now and she hopes that blaming him is helping her, since it's not helping him at all. Teddy seems to think this all over.