Alex wheels Jerry into Vicki's room, and both of them immediately get even more pissed off and demand to know what's up. Alex and Izzie practically skip around with glee as they tell them there's a room shortage. When Jerry yells at them, Izzie tells him to take it easy, as Vicki points out that isn't good for anyone's complexion. Alex adds that Vicki might want to use the bathroom now before Jerry sits there for hours. Both of them say that the situation is unacceptable, but Izzie tells them to get themselves discharged as soon as possible if they don't like it.
A close-up on a bloody tray shows seven marbles, and it turns out The Kid has a hole in his diaphragm. George asks if Bailey's going to repair it but she goes back in and tells him she wants to see if the magnet will find her first. While they're waiting for the magic to happen, George explains that The Kid made himself sick so that the parents would take him seriously and get a divorce. But when Bailey logically assumes that this will do it, George answers that it won't. Apparently the near-death of their child has inspired them to "try not to fight so much." These two seem to be trying to compete with Britney Spears in a Parent-Off. Bailey sadly observes, "I am elbow-deep in their eight-year-old. Sounds like something a little extra effort can't fix." George agrees, and since every patient that comes through the door is somehow conveniently metaphorical, his face says that his sex life might have the same problem. Bailey announces, "I am so right about so many things, it'll make your head spin," and triumphantly drops the last magnet in the tray.
Mark and Cristina are back in the gallery, each gazing at Hahn in their own manner while she performs another surgery on Teresa. Mark, sounding like a lovesick teenager, longingly breathes that her hands are beautiful, then catches himself and butchly adds, "I mean...surgically. The finesse." Cristina gripes that she's been in ortho all day, where there's no finesse to breaking bones. She looks up at him, and they nod knowingly and say in unison, "Carpentry." He tries to tell her to go into plastics where it's all finesse, but she calls him out on it being all facelifts. He tries, for the second time in two days, to defend his work, this time arguing that he's also qualified to remove tumors. She gives him a Look, and he admits that it's mainly facelifts, but adds that that's changing a life too. "I'm holding someone's future in my hands." Hahn picks up Teresa's heart and puts it back in her chest, and Cristina longingly whispers, "Holding a heart is way better."