McDreamy is waiting by the elevator -- at first I thought he was playing a video game, but it turns out to just be his pager. That's one large pager. Although you've heard about the correlation between the size of a man's... oh wait, that's his feet. My bad, my mind appears to be elsewhere. Meredith comes up and waits next to him and out of thin air he declares that Seattle has ferry boats. It's taken him six weeks there to realize this, but she points out logically that Seattle is surrounded by water on three sides. He replies, "Now I'm going to have to like it here. I wasn't prepared to like it here. I'm from New York. I'm genetically prepared to dislike it anywhere but Manhattan." As the doors close on them now inside the elevator, he adds, "I have a thing for ferry boats." Derek, that's not nice; Meredith is in no way large enough to be compared to a ferry boat.
While they stare at the lights of the elevator, Meredith tells McDreamy she won't go out with him, though he didn't ask. She continues telling his back about her determination to never go out with him, and they banter about how he's her boss. "Your boss's boss," he corrects her. She calls sexual harassment, but he calls it just riding the elevator. She declares that a line has been drawn, but when he turns around, amused, she drops all of her files to make out with him. I have never wanted to ride an elevator so much in my life. As the doors ping open, she grabs her files off of the floor and flees.
A nurse comes out of a room where alarms are loudly beeping and ringing, and asks Meredith if she's a surgeon. Between the beeping and the ominous soundtrack music, it's evident that something horrible is waiting inside. Meredith is told that the patient is a 25-year-old woman who was attacked in the park. What we can see of her is covered in blood, and she's suffering from blunt head trauma. Her shoes, peeking out from beneath the sheet covering her bloodied body, are the very same leopard flats that Meredith wore to work that day. This causes her to zone out for a second before gathering her composure and ordering a CT and other assorted tests.
In the OR, Meredith watches both Burke and McDreamy work on the girl. They comment that she's going to take a lot of recovery, but it's a miracle she's alive, especially since she's such a small girl. Burke notes how her hands are a mess, showing that she tried to fight back. McDreamy counters that she didn't just try, and that everything under her nails shows that "She kicked his ass." "So, we have a warrior among us!" Burke bellows with bravado. Meredith speaks up to tell them, "Allison. Her name is Allison." At that moment, Burke seems to find what he's been looking for and pulls something out of what I think might be her stomach that resembles a ball of flesh. He has no idea what it is, but when he turns towards Meredith, she gasps. She then struggles to say, "She bit it off." Somehow, the guys still don't understand and need her to spell it out. "That's... his... penis." Instantly disgusted, Burke can't throw it into a bowl fast enough. With that, we head to credits.