Becca has a number of different tubes running out of her arm as she lays in the OR, clearly terrified. She asks Alex how her friends are, insisting she can take it, then admitting she can't, but then she can. Rather than give her the news right before her surgery, Alex tells her to give her speech. She repeats that she can take it, but Alex tells her to give the speech -- she worked hard on it and should do it now. And thus our first guest semi-voiceover begins. "Today is the day my life begins. Today, I become a citizen of the world. Today, I become a grownup. Today I become accountable to someone other than myself and my parents." She goes on in this vein as we see David, some kid I don't think we met, Michelle and Pete all zipped into body bags. At the same time, Izzie waits and then begs for Denny, Meredith continues working and then staples her guy up, and Cristina shocks Jordan's chest. It all continues in this vein as Becca's voice asks what they are waiting for. "I don't know. For anything. For everything." The Chief congratulates Meredith on a job well done, while Cristina sighs over Jordan's dead body. Hunt tries to take her hand, but she walks away and so he gives time of death. VO: "To take on the responsibility and possibility. And I for one? Can't wait." And with that, Derek notices something on the screen and pinpoints right where something is wrong with Izzie's brain, and Denny morosely appears and says, "I'm here for you Izzie." Way to take your time, buddy. But Izzie is relieved, although also terribly sad.
Bailey and Derek then look at a second, more precise scan, and he points out a tiny pinprick of a spot. Bailey is stunned at how small it is, and Derek explains that it was so small a regular MRI couldn't pick it up. Bailey asks then, how is he going to go in and get it? His sad face tells her that he isn't. Tears form in his eyes as he tells Bailey he wishes there was something he could do for her. "I like Stevens. She's one of the good ones." Yeah, that's a little heavy-handed since he's clearly found her annoying and doesn't like that she still lives with them, but whatever. It gives Bailey the opportunity to tell him, "I know something you can do."
Arizona finds Callie napping on a gurney and walks straight up and begins talking. Proving she hasn't been here long, she comes right out and says that she's hurt and angry. She thought they had something... mercifully, Callie stops her pretty quickly. She brings up the date and how they went to a fancy and very expensive restaurant, and as she talks about how expensive her measly salad was and how much the wine cost, and how freaked out she was to realize she was blowing her entire week's food budget on one dinner. She begins to cry as she admits her father disowned her, cleaned out her bank account, and now she's broke and exhausted, and working in the ER because she needs the money. Hang on a second, didn't Arizona already know this? I mean, I guess not, but they talked right after her dad left, so how did this not come up? And again, seriously, does she not get a paycheck from her job as a SURGEON? It doesn't seem like I'm supposed to be asking these questions, though, since the story is now "Callie has no money" and that's that. At any rate, Callie cries about the six people who died on her watch today, and how she wanted to just stay in the night before. Arizona finally cuts in and assures her that things are okay and that they can stay in and have sandwiches. Callie points out that she doesn't even like sandwiches, but Arizona very sweetly tells her, "But I like the girl who has the sandwiches." Aw. Callie conveniently remembers that she doesn't like sandwiches either, and so they agree to stay in and have pizza. Look at that folks -- if you talk about your problems, you can solve many of them very easily with simple honesty! It's a groundbreaking idea, but one I think could catch on.