Marcus is still documenting every step of Randy's hospital stay, and when Owen refuses to talk to the camera April takes over to narrate so that Marcus will leave them and they can get to the OR. She tells them that the first order of business is to fix is dislocated hips, which Marcus inexplicably finds hilarious, and he jumps up on a chair to get the best shot of this happening. Callie delivers the tragic news that they are going to do it in the OR, but Randy -- who must be on some good drugs by now -- thinks that it might make a great video, and that he could give the thumbs up to the camera afterward to show he's okay. Callie tries to talk him out of it by mentioning just how much it's going to hurt but Owen sees an opportunity and tells her it might not be a bad idea. She's so distracted by her coffee withdrawal that it takes her a moment to really catch on; when she does, though, she goes for it with gusto and makes sure Marcus has the best camera angle for the job. She then grabs Randy's leg but before she can really do any meaningful pulling, Randy starts to scream like a toddler and begs Marcus to turn off the camera. April is horrified by the whole situation but Callie and Owen are both tickled by the situation, and Callie's mood is improved tenfold.
A scowling Lucy goes in to the gallery to watch the transplant and finds Alex already there. After a moment he finally apologizes but maintains that she was overreacting, and that he deserves to be in there with his patient. Lucy isn't impressed by his feelings of entitlement and tells him about how she had another patient, who had a 40-hour labor and a baby stuck at a bad angle. She deliberately explains to Alex just how hard it is for a woman to go through that much pain, and how she kept the woman going by promising her that she'd have a beautiful baby when it was all done... except that then there was something wrong and she was the person who then had to tell the woman that after that, her baby didn't make it. Even Alex seems to understand just how awful an experience that would be, and when Lucy concludes by telling him she doesn't care about what he thinks he deserves he wisely keeps his mouth shut for once.