Izzie enters another patient's room and awakens him for an exam. He starts out with his back to her and gripes and complains as she wakes him up. She starts to place a stethoscope on his back and he looks at her and says, "You're not a doctor." She tells him that she is a real live doctor and that she'll be assisting in his care. He tells her to get another doctor and shuts her down when she tries to assert herself. He roots around in a pile of papers next to his bed, pulls out a magazine, and opens it to a spread of Izzie in lacy bra and panties. He asks if it's Izzie in the photos. Is he here because he's having problems with his vision? Because it's a pretty clear photo of Izzie. He insists that she leave the room. There are two things very wrong with this situation. First, did he bring this magazine to the hospital as a masturbatory aid? If so, ew. Second, if I were in the hospital and an object of my lust (let's say, oh, Thom Barron) walked in and started to examine me, I would not assume he was not a doctor. Rather, I would assume I was dreaming, or (worst case scenario) that I had died and was in heaven. But anger would likely not be my first reaction. And for reasons which will become apparent, this patient will be known as Creepy Masturbator, or CM for short.
In the hallway, George is pressing Meredith to establish some rules about sharing personal space in the house while naked or partially dressed. Meredith tries to laugh it off, and then tries to abdicate responsibility by claiming that it's her mother's house (and therefore not Meredith's place to set the rules), but George is insistent. After a second, Mere asks if George likes Izzie and that's why he's so flustered. Of course, he immediately becomes flustered and stammery and eventually says, "Izzie? No, she's not the one I'm attracted too." And how stupid is Meredith that she didn't realize that there's only one other "one" in the house for George to be attracted to? Instead, she just realizes that George is attracted to someone without realizing that the someone is her. George insists again that there need to be rules. Bailey tells the two of them to find Alex and head to trauma, because McDreamy needs them.