Teddy is in with Todd and as she examines him he explains that his own parents' disastrous marriage is what makes him hesitant to move in with Molly, because he doesn't want anyone to get hurt. She assures him he doesn't need to explain but he says, with a totally straight face, "You think I'm a turd and you're getting ready to slice me open with a knife." She manages to keep her own straight face as she assures him she doesn't think he's a turd. Did you know that Microsoft Word is not familiar with "turd"? There's your This is Funny Because We're All Really 11-Year-Old Boys at Heart Fact of the Day.
Arizona and Lexie go to see their patient's horrible parents (well, horrible dad) and explain how a cyst on his liver ruptured. Jim wonders how this could happen and Lexie tries to explain how it all works, adding that sometimes they can rupture with pressure. He assumes Noah must have fallen and Kelly didn't tell him and Arizona again tries to shut down this conversation by saying they have to go to surgery now. Kelly then realizes that she and Noah had been playing a game where they gave each other bear hugs, and that she squeezed him hard and that's when the pain started. Good lord, could this story be any more heavy-handed? After all of Jim's assumptions, she accidentally hurt her child by HUGGING HIM. Good grief. Alarms go off and the surgeons make plans to rush him into the OR.
Bailey gets back to the hospital and goes right in to see Callie, explaining in her no-nonsense, not-amused voice that the woman held up two postage stamps and asked if she wanted "the 44-cent or the 3?" Callie is frustrated from her experiments not working and so doesn't pick up on Bailey's tone and just brushes off that Bailey doesn't need to tell her what she picked. Bailey responds with a hint of despair that she left and then explains at some length how she likes her surgical field as God made it, and not to look like the surgical field of a child. (It's a little-voiced but very valid point, there.) She gets all defensive, adding that if a man can't handle some "nature" down there then he shouldn't be there in the first place. Callie doesn't care as she's still really paying attention to her failed research, so finally an upset Bailey grabs her friend's wrist to get her attention. Callie looks up and finally listens as Bailey asks if she's not cut out for this, if she's no longer "patient or stupid enough" to deal with it all. Hey, I ask that all the time! Let's go get cocktails. Callie gets up and gives Bailey a hug, assuring her that she can do it.