Callie is having a complete meltdown in Spanish, with just enough English thrown in that I can gather she's yelling to the air that it's her own life and she can choose who she wants. Arizona is listening to her and makes sympathetic noises, but is clearly relieved when Mark comes in to answer her page. As Callie continues to yell she desperately explains that she has a patient and Mark is Callie's best friend, and Mark cuts in to assure her he's got this. Once Arizona goes, Mark grabs Callie by the shoulders and yells, "Hey! Stop speaking Spanish! Because I have to go to surgery in a minute and I don't speak Spanish." This is why they are such good friends -- they help each other, but don't sit around to wait out a bunch of bullshit first. Callie explains to mark that her dad is making her quit and taking her home. Mark's stunned to hear his fiercely independent friend sounding like a child who has no say in her own life, and asks if she's 12. Callie sadly tells him that her dad has done everything for her -- paid for college and med school, and then he set her up with a trust fund so her only worry would be becoming a good doctor. Mark is gentle but firm as he reminds her that support and respect aren't the same thing.
Bailey finds Jessica awake and alone in her room, and she asks for her dad. Bailey asks how she's feeling and if she'd like any water, but in her tiny voice Jessica asks only for her dad. Bailey is only human, and her heartstrings have been good and tugged. She tells Jessica that what makes her own little boy feel better when he's scared is rocking in the chair with her. With that, Bailey takes off her coat, picks up Jessica, and sits down in the rocker, cradling the girl. Jessica curls up tightly next to her, breaking hearts of viewers across America.