Outside, the various would be dads and mom are waiting anxiously and crowd Addison when she comes to report what has happened. She explains that Grace lost a lot of blood and the baby is on oxygen but that they both will be fine. It turns out these aren't the pertinent details, and she's asked about the paternity test. Disgusted, Addison repeats what she told them and points out that there wasn't time to worry about paternity tests what with having to save Grace and her baby's lives. When they ask to see the baby, she goes totally mama-bear on them and says that they can't until she says it's okay, and as an afterthought, she tells them that it was a girl before she goes back inside to her patient.
Alex is in Crush's room doing paperwork when she wakes up. He doesn't notice at first since she doesn't say anything, but when he sees her eyes open he happily tells her that she did great and that she knows all sorts of languages. She's got a bandage wrapped around her head, and I'm so curious to see if within a day she's back to having a full head of hair after having brain surgery, as seems to magically happen so often on TV. She doesn't seem to hear Alex and, about to cry, says that she doesn't remember anything. Alex misinterprets and thinks she means of the surgery, but she's thinking on a larger scale. "The surgery was supposed to... I thought I... What am I going to do? What if I never remember anything?" A tear escapes down her cheek, and Alex takes her hand. I've got no snark in me, even though she clearly shouldn't have gotten her hopes up, because she's just rather heartbreaking right now.
Bailey is back to rightfully reigning over the clinic, and pulls back a curtain to find George lying miserably on one of the beds. Once she establishes that he has no fever, she orders him out but he stops and stutters out a question, asking, "You've been married a long time, right?" She tries to cut him off, but he blindly continues and asks if she's ever had doubts or insecurities. She's Bailey, George, and she's certainly not going to have doubts about kicking your ass for asking her personal questions, especially on work hours, so I'd be quiet. They're interrupted by a nurse asking about discharging someone, and Bailey loses it. She orders the nurse to give the guy an IV first and orders George out of the clinic before storming off, so he takes his chance to pull the curtain and presumably lay down to wallow in self-pity again.