Frankie is out of surgery, and the doctors are all gathered around as he sees that he's still only got a stump coming from his shoulder. He logically and sadly assumes they couldn't do it, but Trauma Barbie is the one to tell him that they could save his arm, and he just has to prepare himself as they took extraordinary measures. She's already working around the clock!! Sorry, I think for the rest of my life that's going to be my knee-jerk reaction to the term on account of Harrison Ford's recent pathetic return to the big screen. As Lexie rolls back the sheet, Hunt explains that the arm needed a blood supply to keep it viable until they could reattach it, so they had to relocate it for a bit. The big reveal is then that his arm is attached... to his thigh. Frankie is horrified, and demands to know why they would do this to him. Lexie is hurt that her effort is being received so badly, and assures him it's only temporary and that this is what he wanted -- his arm. Frankie yells that he wanted his arm in the right place, which... is fair. He also reminds her that he didn't want to be a freak, and he can't believe they didn't just leave him as he was.
Callie gets home from work only to catch Sloan trying to sneak out of Mark's apartment with her suitcase in hand. She's disgusted at the younger girl and asks if she even told Mark she's leaving, but Sloan just defends that she only wanted a place to stay and some money, and didn't expect Mark to care so much. She was horrified to get home and see the crib, and she takes off with Callie running after her trying to assure her that Mark is a good guy and that Sloan could know the baby this way. That, however, is the whole issue -- Sloan wants a clean break like Mark got with her. The soulful guitar starts up as she asks if she deserves that, and Callie is moved by the strings and pulls out her wallet. With a fistful of cash she orders Sloan to take her vitamins, go to all her doctor appointments, and to call if she gets into any trouble. She then hands over the wad -- seriously, I only ever had that many bills in my purse on the day I sold my car for cash -- and Sloan seems both happy and appreciative of the gesture, which is clearly a first. She thanks Callie sincerely and then leaves.