Bailey leaves CM's biopsy room and finds Izzie waiting outside. Bailey asks her for an explanation of CM's outburst. Izzie unconvincingly chalks it up to patient craziness, but Bailey's not buying it. After a few seconds, Izzie walks closer to Bailey and whispers "Bethany Whisper." Bailey's as confused as I am, but it turns out that Izzie's lingerie layout was an ad for a company named "Bethany Whisper." Bailey wonders when she has time to pose for magazines, and Izzie explains that the shoot came in her not-at-all busy final year of medical school but that it was just published recently. Bailey essentially accuses Izzie of being embarrassed because her patient saw her in her undies. Izzie doesn't deny it, and suggests that it would be easier for her to assign a different intern to work with CM. Bailey nixes that idea, and tells her that if CM's biopsy comes back positive, she expects to see Izzie in surgery. Izzie stands there motionless. After a few seconds, Bailey walks back to her and tells her that she's really not getting off CM's case. Izzie slowly picks up CM's biopsy samples and carries them off to the lab.
Mere tells McDreamy about Jorge's dizziness. He thinks it's nothing; she's concerned it could be a sign of some larger problem (such as a tumor). While they're talking, he's scrubbing in. They move into the O.R., and McDreamy acknowledges that there might be something else, but he wants to get the nails out of Jorge's head before looking for any other problems. Then McDreamy gets on the phone -- it's Alex and George calling with the results of their research. McDreamy also states that the attempted suicide doesn't "count" as a case of nail-in-the-head. Again, I'm mystified. Alex and George summarize their research, which basically just told them that the biggest issue in removing the nails is to watch for bleeding. McDreamy hangs up, and George leaves the research room. He asks if Alex is coming, but Alex seems to have become distracted by something. After George leaves the room, we see that Alex found a magazine with Izzie's lingerie photo in it. Commercials.
When we return, we see that Alex is making a lot of photocopies. He has a smile on his face. It's an evil smile.
In the O.R., Jorge is telling Mere all about how much he loves his wife. He tells a story about how when he met his wife, she was obsessed with the color red. He didn't really like it that much, but a couple of years ago he took her "up to the mountains." She was wearing a red dress, and they came upon a field of red poppies, and she ran into the field and started laughing. Yeah, I don't get the point of that either.