April sees Jackson walking toward her and calls his name, but the second he hears it, he tries to run the other way. She finally grabs him and shoves him into a miraculously unoccupied on-call room so that she can yell at him about how she deserves more respect than him walking away after sex. It shows a rather stunning level of obliviousness, really, for her to be lecturing him on respect. He basically says that to her, pointing out that it's not a good feeling to hear sex with him compared to a fatal car crash. She grabs his chin and assures him (again) that he is great and totally not the problem.
She then tries a new analogy: He's like a delicious favorite dessert that you want to have, but that you know is fattening and unhealthy. She practically starts licking her lips as she strokes his arms and talks about how delicious dessert can be. He's not immune and begins to lean toward her, but just as they are about to start anew, she moans that the dessert only tastes good for a moment and then you feel tired, bloated and guilty. She needs to learn that none of these words are good to use around your own personal, erm, dessert but she still doesn't even think about what she's saying and gets offended anew when she realizes Jackson has once again left while she's mid-despair.
Bailey calls Arizona and reports that she sent an intern over an hour before with the chart, which should just be at the door. Arizona is skeptical since no one rang the doorbell, but Bailey chalks that up to this year's interns being extra stoopid. Leah, who hasn't yet done anything to disprove this notion, since we've only ever seen her mooning over Alex, tries to interrupt to defend herself but Bailey shuts her right up and tells Arizona the chart is outside the door. It's fairly obvious that Bailey didn't send the chart at all, but that it's some kind of scheme she's cooked up to give Arizona a kick in the ass of sort.