George is with Jasper, giving him the standard precautions about the risks of surgery. Jasper is familiar with the speech and just asks for the consent form so he can sign it. George really wants to give the whole speech, so Jasper tells him he can give it to him when he comes back in for hip surgery. He's planning on doing that in the fall, after some other triathlon. George looks a bit upset, and then asks Jasper if he still wants to meet his ankle donor.
Bailey is telling Mr. and Mrs. Foster Parent that Megan is suffering from abdominal bleeding. Foster Dad gets defensive, thinking that Bailey is once again accusing him of hitting Megan. She clarifies that she's not, and apologizes for suspecting them in the first place. But all the times Megan got punched in the stomach have had a serious effect, and if they don't perform some surgery right away she will die. Foster Mom gets a bit weepy, but Bailey stresses the need to perform the surgery immediately. And then Alex notices that Megan has disappeared from the wheelchair in which she was sitting.
Cristina gets off the elevator and runs into Burke...who has been wandering around the hospital the entire time she was in surgery? He explains that he was making notes on all his open cases so the Chief could reassign them. Which I guess explains why he's still there, but leaves open the question of who's been handling his cases in the week or three weeks (or whatever) since he was shot. Cristina asks him if he's really taking a leave of absence. She wonders if he's going to need more than a week, and notes that he's already three weeks into physical therapy. Which means that he was shot at least three weeks ago, all other evidence that only days have passed since the prom be damned. Unless he started his physical therapy before he was shot, which is entirely possible given the lack of attention this show gives to continuity. Burke tells her that recovery from the kind of surgery he had will take months or years, not weeks. He starts talking about all of the obstacles to full recovery, but she thinks that he won't have to face any of those because he's just a superior kind of guy. And then he leaves. Commercials.