Alex heads up to the office where he hopes someone can help him out with Zola's case but he's fully ignored by almost everyone there and the one woman who will at least speak to him says she hears sob stories all the time but yet still won't release info on pending cases. Conveniently, however, she has a giant mole (Have you seen Austin Powers in Goldmember? "MOLEY MOLEY MOLEY!" Dude, I can't help myself.) and Alex is able to sweet-talk her by pointing out that it could turn into cancer and he'd be happy to check it for free since her government insurance is probably crap. She (MOLEY MOLEY MOLEY) finally takes the files and tells Alex who the judge is, but that he's currently being treated for prostate cancer. (MOLEY) (Lest I have offended anyone with my mole-insensitive outbursts: I am covered in moles. I sing this to myself every time I go to my dermatology appointments. Y'all should definitely get your moles checked as skin cancer is not a laughing matter.) (MOLEY MOLEEEEEEEEY)
The consult of convenience that Arizona asked Mere about is also a convenient way for Mere to talk to Teddy about Cristina. Not one to keep her nose in her own business, she asks Teddy why Cristina is doing an angioplasty and explains that both girls are wondering if this is going somewhere. Teddy isn't thrilled and reiterates that this is in fact none of Mere's business, but she also seems to know that letting Mere in on her thoughts might be an additional help to get through to her mentee. Teddy explains that when a first year does the procedure it's to learn the skill but when a fifth year does it, it's to learn respect for heart disease that will be seen throughout one's career. Mere listens seriously as Teddy tells her that you have to go to the beginning in order to see the end. And while this was just a conversation about Cristina, something about that saying triggers another idea for Mere.
Henry and Owen are hard at work on the team lineup, again in a conference room. Owen, dude. You need an office. You don't have to be in it all the time, I promise. They decide to put Bailey in center field and then when Henry sees Mere walk by he thinks she should go in left field because she is tall. Henry realizes they don't know if she can catch the ball so Owen makes a super safe sudden throw to her, yelling heads up. Richard is right behind her and makes the perfect catch after the ball almost takes out Mere's head, and yells at Owen for being an idiot. Meredith then turns to Richard and asks to see her mom's journals again so that she can look up the original hypothesis she had for the trial. He can't help but laugh that he knew she'd get invested but she warns him not to gloat and they leave to get them.