The GoFL continues to play over Alex and Lucy, just in case we hadn't picked up on the signs that they might actually end up liking each other. Arizona joins Lucy and they watch Alex talking with the happy new parents. Lucy tells Arizona that she banned him from the area earlier and kind of wants to kick him out, and Arizona smiles and admits she likes busting him too but that he's also the kind of guy who gets thrown off a case and then still watches the surgery from the gallery to make sure the patient is okay. She can teach him to be less of an ass but doesn't have to teach him how to care. All together now: Aaaaaaaaaw. She and Arizona joke around but we're treated to a few more pointed shots of her gazing at him just in case we didn't catch the first 15 signs that these two will end up in some form of heated passion soon enough.
Jackson, his mission accomplished, heads back to the OR, but wait! He tells Mark that the peanut butter cups didn't work, and he didn't find anything out at all. Oh Jackson, do you really know what you're doing? I'm not sure. He's surprised when Mark tells him to scrub in, since he thought he wouldn't be allowed after failing to give him any inside Lexie information. But Mark points out that he's not a total bastard and that Jackson gave it his best shot. I suspect he'll become somewhat of a bastard when he realizes Jackson is using Mark's advice to make moves on his love, though.
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.