Up in the gallery, Richard explains to Leah everything they are doing down below. Adele's vitals look good, and finally the two surgeons look up at him and he collapses into a chair. Leah is worried but Richard finally tells her through his tears that the graft seems to be working. She tears up too, and then reaches over and gives his hand a happy squeeze.
Owen and his security guards march purposefully towards one of the elevators where they can hear Gasoline hollering at people. Now that they both have posses, it feels like a big musical number would break out a la West Side Story. Owen screams at her for not honoring their deal, but she doesn't give a crap because one of her boys is hurt and could die and she needs to see him. It certainly doesn't sound like she's heading off to beat Stuart to even more of a pulp than he already is. But before she can do anything, she collapses to the ground, struggling for breath.
Alex and Princess have moved their act to the lobby of the hotel, where they have an ugly, screaming fight about her losing the room key. She is, of course, crying, and the manager and other guests can't help but glance over nervously. After screaming at her, Alex begins to cry too and goes up to the manager, admitting that it's been a long day and they are both very drunk. The manager quickly asks for their room number and then hands them the key once Alex confirms that he is absolutely someone named Jordan who is actually registered there. They don't get ten steps away before they begin giggling. Kids, wait until you are out of eye- and earshot first, mmmkay?
Arizona and Callie are lounging in bed, discussing the brilliance of food in cupcake form, when Arizona takes her wife by surprise and asks her quietly not to run. Callie is shocked and Arizona goes on, admitting that she's been awful but that she's starting to feel like herself again; she also doesn't want everything to be about her leg all the time but right now it still is. Man, do I wish she had articulated all of this before! But better late than never. Callie grows super serious and reminds Arizona that she never left Callie after the car accident, so there's no way she'd leave her now. Arizona beams at her, and then suggests they have a good, old-fashioned junior high makeout session.