Bailey walks into the Salesmans' room and asks how they are, and Mrs. S tells them they're getting an update. McSteamy's been reading the chart and glowers at Bailey for being there. His wife looks so hopeful, and he clinically explains that the surgery went well... medical jargon, blah blah blah... "and if his body responds, in three or four weeks... " "He'll have his face back?" She asks with naked expectation. Mark explains that his face might never be the same, and she trails off, "But he's a salesman... He has such a nice face." Mark's brow is furrowed, at a loss, and Bailey stares at him expectantly, and a little bit disgustedly when she realizes he has no answer. In her tough love way, she talks to her patient. She tells him his wife and his fellow salesmen are all waiting and rooting for him, and that even if his face ends up different he'll still be the same guy. She gives Mark a mean sideways glance as she tells him this. She assures him that having people he loves that love him is what's important, and he takes her hand and gives it a squeeze. "Yeah, McSteamy, THAT'S how it's done." She didn't say that, I just announced that at the television screen. But you know she was thinking it.
Derek hears giggling from Meredith's room and finds Finn waiting with her. She reports that she's mortified, as he's explaining what she was like on morphine. He leaves but Finn goes to get her ice chips. Once alone, he's quiet and sits down on the bed. After gazing at her, as she stares at him with a (mc)dreamy smile, he says, "You deserve to be with somebody who makes you happy. Somebody who's not going to complicate your life. Somebody who won't hurt you. He stares, and her face slowly falls. "He's a better guy, Meredith. Finn's the better guy." "Derek." "I'm walking away." She gives a hint of a nod, and he smiles sadly and leaves. She looks sick once again.