Penis-eye view of Bailey again. Bailey takes a look, then says, "Oh my Lord. Ooh, child." Mere's all, "Don't tell me!" Cristina claims that the flag is flying once again. Bailey says they've tried everything, so it must be neural. Cristina gleefully tells Mere that Bailey's already called for a consult. Mere is even more mortified than before, because we all know what that means. And speak of the devil, McDreamy walks in just then, all smiles. "Hello, everybody. What's up?" Heeeeee. Commercials.
McDreamy checks Running Guy out, and asks when the problem started. Running Guy says it started this morning. Bailey excuses herself to consult on one of the quints. McDreamy asks Running Guy when he last ejaculated. Running Guy: "I'm not sure...Meredith?" Oh, NO. Meredith makes a "D'oh!" face as realization dawns on McDreamy's. Cristina takes the opportunity to haul her own ass out of the room. Running Guy makes it TOTALLY worse by leaning over and asking, "Meredith? What time did we, uh...you know?" McDreamy: "Yes, Meredith! What time did you two?" Yes, Meredith, what time? The whole world would love to know.
In the Room of Quints, Addison shows Bailey an ultrasound image of the "omphalocele." Dory's interjects that that's the scariest word yet. Cristina, nonchalantly, "Oh, all it means is that some of the baby's internal organs are growing in a sac outside its body." Lordy, no wonder Cristina can't handle the key. She's completely incapable of feeling emotion. Also, awesome. Dory gets kind of hysterical here. "'All it means?' Her organs are growing outside her body, that's ALL IT MEANS?" Izzie tells Dory it's going to be okay. Bailey explains gently that she's going to remove the sac containing the organs, make a small incision, and put them back inside. Dory leans back and covers her eyes with her arm. "Oh, Julie. She's the quiet one." Okay, fine. I hate that this woman is having five babies at once, but I do feel kind of sorry for her.
Burke finds Cristina in the locker room. She asks him what makes him think they can live together; he doesn't know anything about her. Burke says he knows that she prefers an eleven blade; that she likes saying "pickups" instead of "forceps"; that she likes her coffee from the cart by the front entrance. "I know you." Cristina says those are just little things -- details. Burke repeats, "I know you. You don't want to move, but I can't always be the one that takes the step. Any more steps, and I'm walking away." Ooh. And he does, leaving Cristina to think about how she likes that.