Alex and Kepner are updating the parents of the newborn liver patient, and they keep making a point to address her by her name, "Lisa," since they read that it helps the doctors bond with the patient if they know their names. They read a lot, I guess, because they also start asking surgery-specific questions, which neither Alex not Kepner really know if they should answer. Kepner's actually really good at reassuring the parents without getting specific, but Alex ducks out to ask Dr Stark (currently busy playing video games with another patient) if he'd answer some of the parents' questions. Stark says the 'rents have clearly been spending too much time with "Dr. Internet" (I guess "Dr. Google" would require a product placement fee?), and that Alex should go "hold their hands and let them feel smart" while he finds their daughter a liver. "Her name's Lisa," Alex says to no one after Stark leaves.
Bailey and Avery are walk-and-talking, she telling him that she doesn't really need him today; it's a light day for her, with only two laparoscopic procedures. They come up to the V.I.P. Lounge where they're met by a Secret Service-y person who won't let them by, despite Bailey's claims that she goes in there all the time. Avery starts excitedly asking if it's the President or the VP in there ... or Bono. Bailey looks at him like he's got three heads, with the "Bono" stuff. Richard sticks his head out and asks Bailey if she could take his patient load today. Specifically on Louise Cortez, a re-admit after having surgery for chronic pancreatitis. She's developed a pancreatic fistula that's currently being drained, she just needs to be monitored. Bailey says she'll do it, then conspiratorially whispers to him, "...Is it Bono?" No. No Bono. Bailey heads off, dragging Avery with her -- she can use him now.
Derek is busy blowing off Lexie -- his craniotomy got cancelled, so she doesn't have anything to do today -- because he's trying to make out with Meredith behind closed doors. Are they trying to make a baby? I honestly don't remember. Now Mere is interrupting Derek's macking with talk of Cristina -- should she go talk to her? He's more intent on the making out, but for the record, he doesn't think Mere has anything to apologize for or anything. There's another knock at the door, only this isn't Lexie, it's another security guy with an earpiece, looking for Dr. Meredith Grey. Derek turns to his lady and asks what she did.
Meanwhile, Cristina is giving Callie a haircut, going at her raven locks with the zeal of an underpaid gardener. She won't let Callie look in a mirror, which is a red flag Callie ignores, probably because she's too busy suggesting they throw a housewarming party. Cristina LOVES that idea and starts vibrating in another direction, talking about getting furniture and texting people about the party, which gives Callie a moment to look at her new haircut and scream in horror. Cristina is barely paying attention ("I have several credit cards and nothing to do!"). "I look injured," Callie wails, "do you even cut hair?" Cristina stops bouncing and looks at her: "I sorta can't believe you let me do that." Anyway! Furniture! Let's go to the mall! Where Callie can hopefully find a Supercuts staffed with very understanding people.