Bailey and Meredith are working away when Ben asks about Zola; Meredith beams as she tells him that Zola is great and then walks right into his conversational trap. He asks about her being at the hospital daycare, and comments pointedly about how nice it must be to have the whole family in the same place. Dutifully, Mere starts asking Bailey questions about the patient's spleen, and Ben gripes that he can't believe he skipped the conjoined twin surgery for this. Well seriously, dude, that's your own fault. If you guys are close enough to discuss moving in together, then you should be secure enough to let that conversation wait a day so you can participate in the (let's all say it together now) once-in-a-lifetime surgery. Bailey is just happy that Mere is playing along while Ben stews in his own annoyed juices.
Teddy and April are the other two doctors missing out on the once-in-a-lifetime conjoined twin surgery. When Cristina comes in April figures that Teddy paged her as a replacement and is really confused when Teddy tells April to keep working. She then calls out to Cristina to start from the beginning. As if standing for a military inspection, Cristina holds her head high and begins to recount, step by step, everything she did in Henry's surgery. April is kind of alarmed at the strange little scene playing out in front of her and Teddy has to call to her to get her mind back on her work. Cristina has clearly done this quite a number of times now and has it down, but she is by no means unfeeling about it. She just very professionally walks through each step and each decision that she made as the surgery progressed. She finishes up by saying that she and Richard finally agreed that Henry had lost too much blood for his heart to restart and declared time of death at 8:52 PM. Teddy thinks this all over, visualizing it, and then tells Cristina to start again from the beginning, much to April's horror.