Meredith is back to the truck, cabin, spoon tests and has a patient who is totally distressed that she can't remember the third word. Meredith is kind of awesome, kindly reassuring her to just take her time. The woman's daughter is sitting behind her and tries to help her out, trying to stay upbeat but nearly as distressed as her mom underneath her smile. As she reminds her mom that the word is spoon, the woman asks why they are there at all, and asks if they can go home. As the daughter walks her out, Mere watches them go and sighs.
Bailey is advising Dani on Thatcher's recovery when Lexie comes to the door of the room, and Bailey very cautiously acknowledges her with a raised eyebrow. Lexie asks if he's okay and after Bailey says he is fine, Thatcher calls her over. She goes to the bed and then turns to Dani and asks her to make sure that Thatcher calls her sometimes. Dani agrees, relieved but also looking like she's about to flinch should Lexie unleash another tirade. Bailey's obviously still skeptical as well but she leaves them alone, and Dani tells Lexie that she and Thatcher support each other's sobriety and are really good for each other. Dani then tenderly touches his face while Lexie sneaks a look at her tattoos and asks if that's really one of a hooker on her shoulder. Dani pulls down her sleeve a bit and tosses off that she was drunk at the time.
Randy wakes to see some sort of pin sticking out of a bandage on his wrist, and Marcus facing him with the ever-present camera. Owen comes in and does his best to ignore Marcus as he runs down the laundry list of everything they did to patch Randy back together. Imbecile Randy seems almost proud and Marcus gleefully asks if that many injuries on one guy is a record. Owen conversationally tells them no, that he had one patient with a lot of the same injuries but even worse, and who also had a hole ripped through his back that tore his stomach apart and resulted in 11 surgeries. Randy is in awe and asks if he survived, but clearly didn't expect Owen's answer to be no. Owen continues that actually, Randy's injuries were worse because that guy was a soldier who threw himself in front of a grenade to save six others, as opposed to Randy's launching himself into a wall so that people could laugh at him on the internet. This did a much better job than any of his earlier insults or condemnations, and Randy finally looks ashamed and orders Marcus to turn off the recorder.