That came from Mere, and when Bailey enters Eric's room she exclaims over the mountains of bloody bandages and linens that she sees. She asks if Mere paged Derek about the stroke and when Mere answers that she paged Bailey, Bailey reiterates that it should have been Derek. Mere says those aren't the patient's wishes, and Bailey sasses, "He tell you that?" Eric comes to and whispers not to page Shepherd because, "He's terribly unpleasant." Hee! I couldn't agree more. Mere tells Bailey that Eric is a match for Jackson. Bailey reminds Mere that Eric has a brain bleed and needs Shepherd, but Mere calmly replies again that Eric is a match who is going to die anyway. Eric adds that he presumes Jackson wants to live, and so he's got organs and he's ready to die. Bailey just looks at him, almost twitching at what she's just heard.
Lexie and Mark meet up in the hallway and greet each other formally; he then formally holds open the door for her into the on-call room. After a swift look to make sure no one was watching, he follows her in with a little smile.
Mere and Bailey are discussing the issue outside Eric's room and Mere admits, "I know it feels wrong. It feels wrong on so many levels I don't even know how to count them." But her point is that they have organs, and no medical book tells you what to do in the "serial killer wants to donate them" situation. Bailey says that the book tells them to do what's best for their patients and when Mere says that she is, Bailey asks if she's paged Derek yet. Mere responds very maturely by asking if Bailey is going to page him. Okay, I take that bit of snark back -- I think Mere is actually acting quite adult through this whole thing given that there is no precedent and she's treading in extremely murky moral waters. Bailey thinks a moment and tells Meredith that she is going to do everything she can to keep Jackson alive until they can find him organs, and she suggests Meredith do everything she can do keep her own patient alive. "Because we're doctors, Grey. We're not... executioners."
Ryan Spaulding, Number Two and an intern I haven't yet identified are all waiting outside the on-call room impatiently because they want to actually use it for some sleep. I honestly didn't think that it had occurred to anyone that this is what these rooms were designed for -- this is progress for Seattle Grace! They listen to the spirited moaning inside, but then hear an anguished yell from Mark and scatter like chickens. Inside, Mark starts to whimper as Lexie observes in a panic that it's, "It's bent in the middle!" Mark orders her to run and get Callie for help and she takes off wrapped in a sheet. I've seen the episode once already so I'll just say here that it does remain a mystery who caused this injury, which is ridiculous. Someone other than Callie would have seen Lexie wrapped in a sheet and been able to put two and two together, and then we know how word spreads through the hospital. But yet, their secret remains safe for now. I guess it was just too much story to put into an hour where you had serial killer organs to worry about, but come on, folks.