Back in Dory's room, Izzie is examining Dory and the babies. Dory grimaces, then explains that "Kate" kicks her really hard. Izzie can't believe she's named them already. Dory says she knows Izzie thinks she's crazy (which she IS, by the way), or maybe just a little bit stupid (ditto). Izzie says she's sorry if she's done something to offend. Dory: "Don't even pretend that you haven't been judging me since the minute we met." Izzie tells her that if she had reduced the fetuses, even by two, the other three could have been carried longer, been more developed, and born healthier. Dory then tries to win Izzie over by taking her hand, placing it on different spots around her abdomen, and introducing her to each baby. Charlotte is stubborn, Lucy is a badass, Emily has the hiccups, Julie is mellow, and Kate, the kicker. Izzie is clearly touched; your recapper would like Dory to give her a freaking break.
Bailey has been apprised of Running Guy's situation, and asks him which erectile dysfunction drug he took. Running Guy denies taking anything. Bailey explains, as if to a five-year-old, that his condition is called priapism, usually brought on by the overuse of EDs. Running Guy denies it again. Bailey, getting aggravated, tells him that they'll just have to take his word for it, but they'll have to look for other causes. "There'll be lots of labs, lots of needles, and painful procedures. Procedures which might make you wish you never had a penis. You sure you don't want to change your story?" And Running Guy denies for the third time that he hasn't been popping the Cialis. Well, Jesus did say that the cock would not crow until Judas had denied him thrice. Bailey tells Mere to start his workup and get him some pain meds. "As of now, your...friend...is admitted." Mere looks like she could use a pain med or twelve of her own.
Addison informs Burke and McDreamy that they'll be helping with Dory's delivery. After some ribbing from both, Burke agrees to meet the mom after his surgery. Addison and McDreamy walk off towards Dory's room, and she tells him that she didn't hear him leave the hotel room this morning. Why are they staying in a hotel, pray tell? McDreamy says he had an early surgery. Addison pushes, "You sure? That's all?" McDreamy says yes, that's it, just an early surgery. They find Dory in her room, struggling to heave herself back onto the bed. McDreamy introduces himself, and Dory finds out they're married. "Oh, look at you two! Everyone must hate you." McDreamy and Addison, in unison: "You have no idea." Hee. Addison tells Dory that McDreamy is going to talk to her about Baby C, also known as Lucy. McDreamy explains that Lucy has hydrocephalus, which is a build-up of cerebrospinal fluid on the brain. If it's not fixed, it could result in brain damage. Dory is flabbergasted, but McDreamy says they caught it early enough that they can take care of it very easily, by installing a shunt to drain the fluid. I just want to say now how much I love the word "shunt." We should use it more often. Dory: "No brain damage?" McDreamy, kindly, hotly, madly: "No brain damage." Dory sighs in relief, all, "Okay, couldn't you have led with that?" Everyone laughs.