Avery and Lexie are working on Frankie's arm, and he goes down all of the couples, commenting, "It's a wonder you guys got any work done." Hear, hear, Avery. He thinks Sloan dumped her and Lexie corrects him that he forgot about her father than dumped her -- he decided to start a family with her but never asked her about it, he just forgot she was there. Hmm, I'm not sure that Lexie's being unforgettable was the issue here so much as it was Mark desperately trying so hard to be an adult that he got tunnel vision. Avery thinks about this and announces that he's the pretty one in his family, and then he goes on and toots his own horn a bit about just how pretty he is without a shirt on. Look, if you have not seen his torso, go rent Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 IMMEDIATELY. Helloooooo, Dr. Avery's torso! But his point isn't just his flawless eyes and abs, it's that his family is all smart and they look like it (Avery, are you telling us they are ugly?) and that they treated him like the pretty one and therefore never expected anything from him. Since they didn't push him he pushed himself, and he didn't tell his family he even took the MCAT until he knew he aced it. His point, supposedly not just about his brains as well as his brawn, is that to be unforgettable she has to change more than just her hair. There's more commentary about brunette = mousy, and I'm grumbling here again on my sofa, especially because Lexie was actually really hot with brown hair. She glares at him through her new blonde heavy eye makeup as he tells her she has to actually change.
In the OR, Bailey finally takes the glass out of Mr. Banks' middle, and Arizona gives her a breathless compliment before telling Warren that Bailey almost left general surgery for peds. When he says he didn't know that, Arizona pointedly says that Bailey thought about it but then changed her mind -- I'm surprised she hasn't gone over and started giving him an overexaggerated poke in the ribs to make sure he gets her point. She says that Bailey isn't afraid to rethink things, and sometimes just needs to be asked again. He clearly gets it and is smiling behind his mask, but Bailey is less than thrilled.