Eric is pleading with Mere for them to use his organs, but she says that first they'd have to match Eric's blood to Jackson's. It's the lamest of lame excuses and it's nice that Eric points out that it's handy then that they are all in a hospital. Appearing serious, he tells her to let him save a life before he dies as it's the least he can do. Mere asks if he really expects her to believe he wants to do this for a kid and his slight smile is back as he replies, "Whatever helps you sleep at night, Dr. Grey." She gives the tiniest of smiles back.
Callie and Mark tell Chuck that his infection has spread to deep inside his bones, so they need to take the rods out and clean out all of the infected tissue. Chuck, instead of being happy that they are saving his life, is livid to not get the two inches he was promised. Mark points out that Chuck is lucky they can save his legs but Chuck's not having it from a tall doctor. His brother tries to calm him but Chuck yells at him for being over 6 feet tall. He sheds a little light on his own existence, which involves everyone literally looking down on him and needing to ask teenagers for help getting something from a tall shelf in the grocery store. He's only been on 2 dates in six months with women he met on the internet and who never called back because, "No one wants to date the short guy." He's not going to get any taller with that colossal chip on his shoulder weighing him down either. Gary finally asks what the big difference is between 5'3" and 5'5" and Chuck glumly says that you can say "5'5"" out loud. We're treated to a shot of Callie looking sad and thoughtful.
Bailey runs in to Arizona with a list of the top GI doctors in the country, figuring that they can both make calls and get one of these docs to perform some sort of procedure. Arizona, however, points out that this would be as effective as, "putting a band-aid" on a bullet wound. Bailey asks what her great idea is, then, and Arizona points out that they need to just wait and trust in the system. Bailey's having none of it, and screams that she and everyone else except Arizona is tired of waiting, implying that Arizona also doesn't care. Arizona finally has hit her limit and begins to yell back at Bailey when Alex comes in. After trying to get their attention politely he screams at them both to shut up, "Respectfully." He holds up the pager and tells them that they have organs.