Arizona seems to have taken the "bad listener" comment to heart, so she walks up to Callie to fess up to it and declares herself ready to listen. But she doesn't really want to hear what Callie has to say, which is once again to get all of her crap out of the apartment.
The gang has finished up phase one of Brady's surgery and Callie comes in to take over for phase two. Meredith asks Kira if she wants to see his sutures but finds Kara texting. In the OR. During a SURGERY. And the sad thing is that from what I've seen of kids today, this kind of thing isn't terribly unusual. Yes, I realize that I'm only adding to the list of things that make me sound very, very old. Kids, get off my lawn! Kira asks if she can send her boyfriend a picture and is met with a chorus of nos. A bunch of them then gather to help move him onto the new bed that Callie wheeled in, but when Edward tries to help Avery once again shoos him away. Once they move him, the shit hits the fan and alarms start to blare while his stats all start dropping. The docs all spring to action trying to figure out what could be wrong but it's actually Edward who calls out an idea. Avery yells at him to get out of the OR but Owen actually listens and treats him for whatever bad thing Edward guessed was happening, and all of Brady's vitals then stabilize and the alarms shut off. The attendings are all impressed and Edward modestly tries to brush it off, saying it's something they had just learned in class so it was fresh in his mind. But Owen asks his name and congratulates him on the save, while Avery pouts like a child that his student actually got some recognition.
It seems to have finally sunk in to Arizona that she really, truly hasn't been listening to people, so she goes back to Mark, swallows her pride, and asks him to tell her more about the cadaver bone surgery. Mark teases her about finally listening but she's not in the mood and she snaps that she gets that she's a stuck up bitch that Callie wants nothing to do with, so just shut up and tell her about the surgery. I still think it's unfair, but this particular hour she has been pointedly not listening to people so fine. She's Learned A Lesson.
Of course, this means that Mark's idea really was the better one and so she goes to present the idea to Sarah and her parents. They're a bit hesitant because it's experimental but Sarah totally wants it if it means she might be able to play sports. She finally argues for it by pointing out to her parents that if she's not allowed to be the tomboy she is at heart, she could be prone to teen depression, eating disorders, drugs, and similar horrors. Touching music has started up so we know we're moved by this speech. And her parents are moved too -- her mom declares she's too smart for her own good, and Sarah points out this is because all she's able to do sans cheekbones is read, and she pleads with them to agree to the surgery. Arizona is touched by all of the Truth and Feelings in the room, and looks over to Mark.