Alex enters Crush's room. He's there to give her some kind of neurological exam, but she tells him that he should be studying and she should be feeding her baby. Oh, and I totally forgot to mention in the previous scene -- the hospital hairdresser seems to have visited Crush sometime in the last few days, and he brought his flat-iron with him. She looks really gorgeous this episode. Alex thinks it's exciting that she's regaining her memories, but she claims she's not. Except for the fact that she remembered her father's face. Alex asks, "Why are you acting like it's no big deal? Like it happens all the time?" She stutters and won't look at him, and he realizes that maybe it does happen all the time. Alex: "Tell me the truth. Do you remember? Do you know who you are?" She doesn't answer.
Meredith, dressed for the funeral, is walking down the hall with Cristina. Cristina continues to quiz her from the cards and won't stop until Meredith answers a question. Thatcher stumbles off the elevator. George sees him and calls out Meredith's name. She tells him that she has to leave, but he's pointing over her shoulder to Thatcher. She turns around and tells her father that she was just on her way to the funeral. He tells her, "I came here to tell you you're not wanted. I don't want you at any funeral, Meredith. She trusted you, she came to you for help, and you killed her. You did, you killed my wife! You took her from me." Is there an open bar at this funeral? Because Thatcher seems kind of tanked. During his rant, Richard tries to take Thatcher's arm and lead him away, but Thatcher angrily yanks himself out of Richard's grasp. As he finishes speaking, Molly, Meredith's half-sister who was in the hospital to deliver her baby, walks up behind him and tries to pull him away. He continues, "So I don't want to see you, I don't want to hear from you, and I do not want you anywhere near her funeral. You understand me? Do you understand me? She was everything to me, all I had. She was all I had." Well, since you don't seem to have any kind of courage, dignity, strength, honor, backbone, manhood, or basic humanity, she probably was all you had. Have I ever told you that I think Thatcher is a pathetic piece of shit? Molly leads him away, reminding him that Lexie is in the car waiting. Everyone standing around Meredith looks shocked. She just looks heartbroken. Commercials.