Leah and Heather are eating lunch in the skills lab while Princess practices, and Leah asks if Alex is into her now because why else would he let her do this? They add that none of the other interns have removed adhesions. Yes, morons, it's because you are all super-new interns at a teaching hospital! Someone has to be first to do any of these procedures! This is, in fact, the point of your being here! Also, Leah seems genuinely casual about Alex maybe having a crush which is disconcerting since all we knew about her for weeks is that she was totally obsessed with him, at least until we learned she had a bitter competitive streak in her. I would have thought she'd be much more biting about it. Arizona comes in to ask Princess for a chart and when she hears about the adhesions, comments that Alex must really trust her. She does seem a little bit surprised and then notices that Princess is practicing using the totally wrong instrument. She asks if Princess is sure she's ready and she claims she is; Arizona then leaves her so that she can get in as much practice as possible. Leah then mocks Princess that she obviously shouldn't be doing this procedure, so it must mean Alex likes her. They could be writing a storyline in which Alex is slowly developing feelings for a plant in the waiting room and it would be as believable as this inevitable pairing with Princess Jo.
April finds Bailey and lamely tries to tell her that she'll skip the wedding to monitor her patients, which she tries to sell as a completely selfless act. Bailey sees right through this and knows that April is just worried about seeing her ex and getting herself into trouble. She's unsympathetic and barks, "Suck it up, Kepner. If I have to go, you have to go." April runs off while Richard, who happened to walk in during this exchange, points out that this is a beautiful sentiment. She growls and stalks off while he chuckles. Seriously, some of this is vintage Bailey and cold feet would be understandable, but at this point I am kind of wondering why she's getting married and why no one is taking her worries this even remotely seriously.
Jackson, meanwhile, is actually thinking about work and a little problem that they have -- he tells Mere and Derek that Lizzie's got short calves so they will have to cut into both legs to get as much nerve as they need. Derek is against it and immediately tries to shut down the procedure yet again. Meredith reminds him that they couldn't find another donor and this is their only chance but he's quick to declare that the dream is just over, then. He won't allow discussion and refuses to let anyone even ask Lizzie what she thinks. Everyone who thinks he's terrified of trying this surgery, raise your hand!