Bailey apparently hasn't left the lab for two days but she's still alert enough to realize that April is up to something; in addition, April is talking to a mouse and Bailey points out that her voice doesn't whisper. April can't win vocally to save her life. She tells Bailey she needs the little guy to run some tests and when Bailey asks why, since he's healthy, April's smooth improvisation is to squeak that she'll let her know what's going on once she figures it out, and then she sprints away leaving Bailey rather confused. Fortunately for April, she's probably somewhat delirious from lack of sleep and doesn't have enough brain power to dwell on it. That, and April is always kind of a little bit weird and skittish so this isn't super unusual.
Back in Chuck's room, Alex tells him that he talked to some other surgeons about the TAVI and isn't going to do it for him. That's a little half-assed, even for Alex, since his opinion seems just to be Cristina's flippant remark that he was asking for another bad outcome. Chuck and his silk pajamas aren't very impressed with him and just ask if that is his final answer. Alex tells him it is and that he'll give him time to decide. Chuck just replies, "Here I took you for a guy who had a pair on him." There has been an awful lot of talk about the size of Alex's berries these past few weeks. Alex finally loses it a little and points out that it's just a dumb scar, and does Chuck really want to die because of it? When Chuck just thinks instead of answering, Alex shoots him a look that clearly says he's a vain moron.
Callie gets home and is very happy to see Arizona and to hear that Sofia is already asleep. She grabs her wife and kisses her but as soon as they fall together onto the sofa Mark throws open the door and walks in holding a pan of braised short ribs and roasted potatoes. Arizona jumps up and begins to exclaim over how amazing the food looks, while Callie tries to control herself having a short-rib-induced tantrum; Arizona and Mark are too enamored of the dinner to notice.
Cristina and Owen finally decide to rip each other's clothes off in an on-call room like normal doctors, but just as they are getting down to business a pager goes off and they realize it doesn't belong to either of them. Richard calls down from the top bunk that it is his, and then jumps down, unamused by the shenanigans. The two of them quickly pull a blanket up over their conjoined midsections and then giggle like naughty schoolchildren as he leaves.