McDreamy examines Jorge to determine whether there's any neurological damage. He asks Jorge if he can remember what he had for breakfast on Monday. He can, because his wife makes him the same thing every day (a cheese omelet). I was joking before, but now I am starting to suspect product placement. Or a cheese fetish on the part of one of the show's writers. Husband and wife make cute noises about a cheese omelet being the only thing he likes to eat and the only thing she knows how to cook. McDreamy tells them that things look good, but he still needs an MRI to check for any residual bleeding.
Izzie walks into Creepy Masturbator's room and slaps down one of the copies of her ad. She tells him that the model is who she used to be and a doctor is what she is now, and she expects him to treat her the same as any of the other doctors. He tells her, "I'm sure you're a very good doctor." Izzie: "Then what is your problem?" He tells her that he's a creepy masturbator. Or rather, that he fantasized about Izzie's photos, and that seeing her just reminds him of the fact that he's about to very likely lose his ability to have a normal sex life. He also doesn't want the woman about whom he's fantasized to witness his emasculation.
Cristina and Burke are in the hallway outside Nurse Fallon's room. Cristina asks if Burke has seen the overnight labs. He has, and he agrees with her that everything looks bad. She asks why he hasn't scheduled the Whipple, and he responds, "Excuse me? Are you a surgeon now?" She points out that she's spending a lot of time taking care of Nurse Fallon, and she wants to do something to stop her from dying. He makes delaying noises about her biopsy, and Cristina tells him to shut up: "I think you never intended to do the Whipple. I think, I think this entire thing has been bull, and you're behaving like the only reason she's in this hospital is to die." He just looks at her, and she seems to realize that she just hit the nail on the head. Burke walks away from her.
Jorge is just coming out of the MRI. McDreamy is looking at the results, and notes that there is indeed a tumor in the hypothalamus. Mere and McDreamy are both pretty unhappy with the news. Commercials.