Richard is in his office later that night when Bailey comes in to happily report that the procedure seems to be working and Clara is doing well. He's glad, and he tells her that the FDA also granted their waiver -- I assume that they'll just fudge the fact that technically they did the surgery before that happened. Even though he's happy, the wind has definitely been taken out of his sails after everything with Adele. Avery sprints to the door, having heard about the waiver and he yammers about Chief Resident but Bailey mercifully shuts the door in his face. She then tells Richard that he has to choose someone soon because the residents are all turning into lunatics as they wait to hear who will win. She knows he has a lot of other things going on and so instructs him to go ahead and delegate the job, so he immediately delegates it to her. The beauty of Bailey is that she doesn't feel the need to accept what her boss just told her, and she declares that since these residents are all her babies, she can't choose and he has to delegate to someone else. She then congratulates him again as he leaves, but for him this day has turned bittersweet.
Once he wakes up, Teddy tells Henry that he's going to be okay, but while he's glad he's less worried about his outcome than about her reaction to his morphine-induced outburst. She tells him gently that he has to stop flirting with her and he apologizes, but admits he's not actually sorry at all and he meant every word. "If not more." He didn't count on Teddy's nerves of steel. Though I'll admit that I don't believe her, she convincingly tells Henry that while she knows it would make an awesome story and he's cute and wonderful, she just doesn't feel that way about him. She and April should go get a drink together and compare technique for convincing men they like that they aren't actually interested. She apologizes, and then flees before she or Henry can say any more on the subject.