Fortunately for Meredith and her much-diminished but still present martyr complex, tests show that nothing is wrong with Thatcher's liver. Bailey asks Dani to try and think of any other info that might help them, and finally the girl realizes that the pain happens when he urinates, but she was so freaked out before that she never put it together. Meredith tells her this could be kidney stones or something with his prostate, but upon hearing the word "prostate" Dani is freaked out that he could have cancer. Lexie, just entirely insufferable at this point, brats that when you date an old man, that's what happens -- old men get cancer. Thatcher weakly tries to stop her but Lexie goes on, contradicting herself by then saying that the word "prostate" could mean a million things other than cancer. She's so intent on being a haughty bitch that she'll say anything that springs to mind. Bailey and Meredith both try to cut in but Lexie goes on and spits at Dani that freaking out like a child doesn't do any good. It's seriously nasty stuff, and Lexie's going through a hard time is no excuse for this level of venom. Dani stands up for herself, saying she's scared and has questions, but then the girls yell at one another about who is really is family. Lexie declares that she's just his midlife crisis, and Thatcher finally finds enough energy to tell her she's out of line. Lexie actually gets offended at this and storms out, so Meredith has a chance to calmly explain that it could be one of many things, and they'll run tests to rule out cancer. Dani asks if she's the daughter who gave Thatcher her liver and when Mere says yes, Dani thanks her sincerely. Meredith smiles and leaves. I know she's been this way for a while now, but it's still just so refreshing to see Meredith act like a reasonable, functional adult.
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.