Meredith goes inside and checks the heartbeat of the now baby-colored baby when a young doctor, presumably another intern, comes in extremely pissed off and demands to know why Meredith is there. She only asks why no tests have been ordered, and says that the baby has a heart murmur. The combative intern already knew this, and despite hearing that he just turned blue, only snaps, "You're surgery. You're not authorized to be in here. Do you know how much trouble you can get into for this?" Meredith only presses the intern to do something, but she's rudely told that it's benign and then is escorted out. When Meredith asks if she's sure, nameless intern only tells her, "I'm a doctor too. You should get out." Meredith grabs her Cooler O' Fun and leaves.
Down in sutures, Izzie has called Cristina to see if she can talk to Mrs. Lu since the translator is late. She looks exhausted, but Cristina's not going to go easy on her just because of that. She tells her no, she can't, and when Izzie asks why, she explains, "Because I grew up in Beverly Hills. The only Chinese I know is from a Mr. Chow's menu. Besides, I'm Korean." Izzie and Mrs. Lu both just sigh. I'm hungry now.
Burke runs into Richard on the Crazy Artsy Elevated Glass Walkway. Burke asks him about his hiring Derek, but doesn't buy the Chief's answer that it's just a favor McDreamy did for his old teacher. Richard just tells him he's not retiring for many years, but Burke interrupts sternly: "Chief of Surgery is mine." He's told, "It was yours. Now I'm not so sure." He's such a kindly, grandfatherly guy, but man, can he put someone in their place with a few words. Burke's up for fighting, and protests about being the best surgeon with the lowest mortality rate at the hospital. Richard ignores this and calmly directs Burke, "Now ask me why I'm not so sure about you. Ask me why!" Burke, betraying his show of confidence, just turns and leaves.