Mere goes in to see her first patient, and of course the kid isn't stable and perfect as promised. He's in tons of pain after chest surgery and his mom is a nurse, so she knows that it's not normal to have ab pain after said surgery. As Mere checks him out Mrs. McNeill, the mom, asks if she will call Stark and Mere agrees.
Teddy walks into the bar, looking amazing with some great, wavy hair, and it turns out she looks fab because she just came from a date, but that it was a very short, horrible date. She tries a sip of the EOA and cringes before launching into a tirade against internet dating and refuses to let Derek chip in since he's happily married. She then turns to Callie and tells her to go to Africa, tell Arizona she's an idiot, and then make everything okay because what they had was rare and awesome. Callie says she's not going so Teddy declares that she's also an idiot. She sounds like she's already drunk but has only had one sip of the blue drink and some scotch from Mark, so I'm not entirely sure how she's this far gone only two minutes after her drinks. Cristina wasn't wrong about their potency, I guess. And speaking of the new bartender, Teddy finally notices her when she starts timing a chugging contest between the bachelors, and asks what she missed, face appalled.
April gets the comic relief patients of the night in two 15-year-olds who are in love and against his having to move away with his family so they have superglued their arms and hands together. The father is kind of awesome, not mad, just tired, and when they can't stop making out long enough to talk to April he answers, "Apparently my son and girlfriend's love is so great they can't HEAR YOU." The lip mics are really turned up for all of the disgusting smacking of their making out, too. The boy comes up for air long enough to declare that he's not moving with the family, he's staying there with the awesomely-named Lauren. They then go back to kissing but Lauren manages to suggest that she wishes they could glue their lips together, too. Oooooh, to be a teenager again, desperately in love and sure you've found your soulmate.