Meredith and Bailey are working on setting up Mia's CT scan, and Mia cries for Anna. Her mom tries to calm her, but clearly the formative adult in Mia's life is her nanny rather than her mother, and all of Mom's attempts fall flat. Despite the whining, Mia is clearly terrified and I kind of want to punch her mom. I'll give her that she does seem to genuinely care, but her frustrating lack of ability to be a mother or to do what's best for her daughter causes my fists to ball. Her dad tries to leave and get Anna from the waiting room, but Mom's having none of it.
Back in the O'Malley room, O'Face and Ronny are having Callie pick a car as they wait for his dad's procedure to end. She goes for a '68 Mustang GT 390 Fastback, and clearly has his brothers in love with her saucy wit and vehicular know-how. George walks in and pulls her out of the room politely. In the hall, he basically shuts down her attempt at befriending his family. She tries to smooth things over, but George says he'll take care of them and adds, "You broke up with me, remember?" Ouch. That's quite harsh, considering he really didn't give her any other option after acting like a whiny baby with one foot pointed out the door the entire time they were dating. She's clearly stung.
Cristina and the Chief work on his dad, who looks nervous as George watches through the window. If I could crawl inside the TV and hold his hand, I would.
Bailey is operating on Mia and comments on how she won't have an easy recovery. Meredith comments, "With parents like that, she didn't have it easy to begin with." Bailey counters that they do the best they can, but Meredith doesn't see the trap that's being set and continues that they don't know any of her vital information, health-wise or life-wise. "People want to have power careers, I get that, but they should think twice before having kids." Bailey looks at her pointedly and Mer immediately apologizes, but the damage is done, and Bailey's taken it extremely personally. I'm honestly a bit surprised, too, since Meredith is clearly talking about her own mother, who so far has been shown to be a very different kind of person from Bailey; surgery is about the only point in common. Bailey shuts up Mer so that she's not performing a footectomy from Meredith's oral cavity later on.