Izzie only says that she looks "weird" to Alex, who comments that she looks like she has to pee. It's true, she's doing a little bit of the pee-pee dance and Izzie laments making her hydrate. Alex then makes a crack about how awful it is to meet the family, and tells Iz he'd never make her do that. Denny (because of course he's there) says that he won't either -- "One of the many perks of dating a dead guy." I think he's supposed to seem kind of happy-go-lucky, but it's coming off like he might be a little bit drunk. The look on Izzie's face clearly says that she might actually want to meet family, but neither of her boyfriends notice. Cristina then joins her and asks who the woman is with Derek and Mere; when she hears it's Derek's mom she has an "a-ha!" moment as that's why Mere looks so weird. Iz tries to say that Mere is fine, but Cristina notices the pee-pee dance too. Hunt comes up and gives Cristina some work, but as he's listing all the things he needs her to do he slips in an invitation to go out on a date. Izzie is immediately excited while Cristina is more stunned, and Hunt explains that she told him not to be hot and cold, so he's asking her out. He then says he'll pick her up at 8, and reminds her to perform an enema. Note to the men out there: maybe leave "date" and "enema" for two different conversations. After he walks away Cristina finally sputters, "Sure," and Izzie teases her a bit that what happened wasn't weird AT ALL. Izzie giggles maniacally as Cristina glares and gathers up her charts, and Denny reappears to tell her that "no awkward dates," is another perk to dating a dead guy. Izzie's face falls a bit, though -- could it be that maybe she is realizing that dating a dead guy ISN'T actually all it's cracked up to be?
Jackson is back in his room with Bailey and asks, "Why can't I have that nice man's organs? He offered!" I refuse to believe that any kid having seen those handcuffs would use the word "nice," but this is just to make sure we totally get the conflict that isn't at all obviously coming up. Bailey tells him that they have to follow the rules or they'll get in big trouble (I'd say that's a big step, someone at Seattle Grace remembering to follow rules) and that what Eric offered is, "definitely against the rules." Jackson then sees his mom yelling on the phone and comments that his mom is fighting with the insurance people again. Bailey tells him he shouldn't worry about that, but, showing us he's wise beyond his years, Jackson says to tell his mom something good that day, even if there isn't actually good news, because she needs to hear something positive. Then a note from the score is turned up so that we really all think about how deep it is that this came from the mouth of a little boy. Subtle.