In the hall she orders Avery to scram and then confronts Eli about his interruption, which made her seem like she was hiding something when she was of course going to tell them the risks. Eli doesn't have a hint of remorse about him as he sasses that in his experience, most doctors do try and hide things. He claims he was standing up for his patients, asking a question they didn't know to ask. As I've been kind of iffy on Eli up until this point, this little show of bravado isn't helping my opinion of him, especially as we all know that Bailey is one of the most awesome and honest surgeons around so this kind of treatment is ridiculous. He's totally cocky as he informs her that this is patient care, helping them understand an experimental procedure. Bailey sasses right back that she thought it was her job as she is the expert on the procedure, and then finally pulls rank on him since nothing else seems to work, reminding him that there is a doctor-nurse protocol in place for a reason. He bitches that he gets it, he should know his place as a nurse, and Bailey is totally fed up with him. She wants them to agree to follow protocol but he just snipes, "Not if it hurts the patient," and saunters off, incredibly self-satisfied. Don't get me wrong, I think patient care should always come first, but I think Eli's needlessly swinging his dick around to try and show he's the big man on campus, rather than actually reading the situation and the participants and choosing his reactions accordingly.
Alex must have gotten some work as he's working at a computer station in pediatrics, which gives him a front-row seat to an exchange between April and Stark. She's not sure she'll be done in time for their dinner reservation but he's not worried, he tells her that From Here to Eternity is on cable (who actually says that anymore?) and they could eat dinner at his place. April sees the knowing look on Alex's face and overcompensates, telling him that sounds awesome, but she's still not sure she'll be done in time. Hearing this, Stark calls Alex over to help her out. After Stark leaves, Alex teases her that the only way she'll see the movie is if it's playing on Stark's bedroom ceiling. He cackles at the idea while she grows more terrified.
While Henry is prepared for a scan of some variety Richard, Cristina and Teddy sit in the control room and discuss his case. It sounds like it's not a heart attack. Richard asks Teddy if she thinks she can stay on the case but she once again assures him that their relationship is merely a business arrangement.