Bailey and Alex perform Megan's surgery. She's pretty messed up inside. Bailey reminds Alex that pain exists for a reason â to tell us when we're in trouble. And now Alex looks thoughtful. And he looks thoughtful some more as he watches Mr. and Mrs. Foster Parent sitting by Megan's bedside in recovery. He walks up to Bailey to tell her that Megan is stable. Bailey is looking out a window, and asks if Izzie has been standing there the entire day. At least she had the sense to put her sweater back on when it got cool.
On the porch of Casa Grey, Meredith is telling McDreamy how nice dinner was. Meredith asks if McDreamy is coming in, for a drink or maybe a coffee. And then we hear Finn's voice. He walks up to them with a pint of ice cream in his hand. He claims that he didn't think they'd be there and that he just wanted to deliver some strawberry ice cream that a patient made for him. McDreamy clarifies that it was a patient's owner. I don't know -- maybe a cow ate a bunch of strawberries and sugar and then spent a few hours in a walk-in freezer. It could happen. Strawberry ice cream is Meredith's favorite, which Finn naturally remembered because he's the considerate one. Although I have to say that while McDreamy's interruption of their lunch date was assy, Finn is kind of creepy right here. How long was he hanging out in the bushes next to Meredith's porch waiting for this moment? McDreamy and Finn start bickering back and forth. I wish they would just kiss and get it over with. Meredith finally tells them to shut up: "This is not dating. I want moonlight, and flowers, and candy, and people trying to feel me up. Nobody is trying to feel me up. Nobody is even looking at me!" And that's true, because Finn and McDreamy were staring deeply into each other's eyes. Meredith tells them that as an intern she's incredibly busy and it was really hard to find the time to look halfway presentable, and now the two of them are staring at each other. Mere: "My fantasy is not two men looking at each other." Speak for yourself, sister. They both try to apologize, but she tells them to shut up until one of them figures out how to put on an actual date: "I want heat, I want romance! Damn it, I want to feel like a freakin' lady!" Hee. She walks into the house and then comes back for the ice cream. Which mysteriously turns from a pint to a quart, I swear to God. Would it have been too much to ask for some fisticuffs between Finn and McDreamy in this scene? Or maybe some wrestling in which their shirts get kind of torn off?