Bailey follows Izzie into the hallway and asks her, "You spend three hundred grand so you could scrub in on this surgery?" Izzie denies it, and then blathers on about how miserable Heather is and how she can use the money she got to do something good for someone. I do love that Izzie's idea of "desperate" is never having a date and never being able to wear high heels. I guess that makes me desperate too. Bailey listens to this speech and tells Izzie, "I was hoping you would tell me you spent this money so you could scrub in." Because that would be the healthy answer of someone eager to be a surgeon (albeit a surgeon with lousy priorities); Izzie's answer tells Bailey that she is still getting emotionally involved with her patients and letting that involvement cloud her judgment. As a result, Izzie will not be scrubbing in on the surgery. Commercials.
Addison is sitting at a table in the cafeteria reading something on her laptop when Callie sits down with her. Callie: "George kissed me. Yesterday. One minute he's holding a urine bag, the next minute he's kissing me." If I ever date a doctor, remind me to have him wash his hands before he touches me. Addison is completely non-responsive, and Callie decides that means Addison thinks George is just freaking out about his dad and may not have meant the kiss. And Callie agrees. Addison is the best silent therapist ever. And then Addison registers Callie's presence for the first time, and Callie realizes Addison hasn't heard a word she said. Callie gets a bit sarcastic: "Geez, it's all about you, isn't it? It's all about Addison." Addison: "I aborted Mark's baby." Callie, seriously, tells her, "It is all about you." Addison tells Callie the story: about eight months earlier she learned she was pregnant. At first she wasn't going to even tell Mark about the pregnancy, but she changed her mind. He got all super-paternal, but Addison didn't want a baby. At least, not with him -- she wanted one with Derek, which would have also meant, you know, being with Derek. So she got an abortion. Had she not, the baby would have been born today. And now she's feeling sad, because she never thought she'd end up alone. Callie points out that Addison is far from the end of anything. Addison knows that, but still feels sad this particular week.