Hunt is calling out instructions and Bailey runs by with a man who has a huge piece of window sticking out from his abdomen. A woman asks after them where they are taking her husband and Mere explains that they are going to surgery and will get an update soon. Teddy is there to examine the woman and tells Mere to put in a chest tube; as she runs out she runs smack into Owen, who looks shocked and kind of pissed, which in turn ticks Teddy off as he then flees.
Alex's patient, Emile, has a break that he needs reset, but Emile is less interested in his own problems and just asks Alex if he can be put in a bed next to the woman who just asked about her husband. Alex snorts that it doesn't work that way so Emile chuckles and reaches into his pocket, saying he was a head waiter for 25 years and knows how it works. He hands Alex a $50, and a now accommodating Alex says he will see what he can do.
On account of Valentine's Day, it seems that no kids were in the restaurant and Arizona consequently decides to play cupid since she doesn't have to really work. She finds Derek and asks him to switch Dr. Warren to Bailey's surgery but while he says he doesn't play cupid, she assures him he just has to be Chief while she plays cupid and he's distracted enough to just sign the paper. April then grabs him to give a statement to the reporters, and when he tries to say he has surgery April tells him that another doc can take the surgery and then reminds him that he has a trustee breakfast in the morning and the trustees will want to see his face on the news regarding the tragedy. He turns and looks longingly at the chaos as more paramedics run in with a guy with a severed arm. He clearly wants to follow the action but April snaps him out of it and helps him put his coat on to go greet the reporters outside.
Emile really does know how things work; he's now in the bed next to Mrs. Banks, the woman whose husband has the giant piece of window sticking from his abdomen. He asks if she can have some water but Mere says that she can't, and Mrs. Banks laughs and tells him to stop. She then explains to the doctors that she and her husband have gone to the restaurant for 15 years, every Friday night. Emile adds that they also come on Tuesday sometimes, and she says that he takes very good care of them but now it's time to look after himself. He's attentive, but there's a longing behind his voice that's also a little bit sad. He tells her that he thought she would want company until she found out that her husband was okay, and she thanks him sincerely.