As Bailey works away on Mr. Banks (with Warren there as her anesthesiologist, of course) Arizona hangs out and chats about the restaurant being gone, asks Dr. Warren if he's been there, and then dreamily recalls how romantic the place was. Bailey is very pointedly ignoring her as she continues her musings, figuring it might be too much for a first date. She asks Bailey where she would go on a first date and Bailey just asks her if there isn't a dying child that needs her help? Nope, she's just there to observe, and apparently to keep everyone amused with her constant chatter.
Callie finishes up Sloan's ultrasound and says that everything looks good, so Sloan asks if she can get it in writing. Callie hasn't picked up on Sloan's clearly having an ulterior motive, and gives her a photo instead, figuring Sloan will be happy. She's not, she wants something official, and when Callie asks why Sloane snipes that it's none of her business. Callie points out that if she wants anything official it totally is, so Sloan finally gives up that she needs paperwork for her adoption attorney, as she has a couple in San Francisco who are going to adopt her baby. Callie can't believe it but Sloan, in one of her few self-aware moments, says she's not ready to be a mom. Callie asks if she has told Mark and of course she hasn't, and then she gets shitty again and tells Callie that she can't tell him either, asking about doctor/patient confidentiality. Callie is clearly pissed to have been played by a conniving little shit such as Sloan.
Mere is working away on a sleeping Mrs. Banks when Emile asks if she can have an extra blanket as she gets chilled easily. Alex snarks that she must be a really good tipper, and makes a crack about Emile taking better care of her than her own husband. Emile gives him an incredibly pained look, and then explains that she used to come in before she met her husband and that she would try anything the restaurant served. She and Emile became friends and after she'd had the whole menu he had the chefs make special dishes just for her, and he wistfully says that she became his favorite part of the week. His voice takes on a bitter tone when he says that then she came in on a first date, thinking the restaurant was a safe place, and he tells the doctors that he was the one who put her engagement ring in her crème brulee. He's incredibly bitter that her husband now orders her the same thing every week, and that they now no longer even speak when they are there. He's teary thinking about how she'll be alone if Mr. Banks dies, and he can see she's afraid and wants only to comfort her and say he'll be there for her if she wants it. He closes his eyes to stop his own tears and then asks Alex pointedly if he'll let him know any good news about Mr. Banks. Alex of course agrees, and looks pretty affected by his speech; across the room Mere looks down and sees Mrs. Banks give her a flicker of a sad smile, having heard the entire thing.