Meredith sutures up Callum Blue's taut little tummy. He calls her a "rocking babe," and she asks him if he really thinks he has a shot with her. She's right, he should come back in a few months -- then he'll definitely have a shot with her. Callum does think he's got a shot. She tries to persuade him to stick around for a few tests, but he really wants to get back to the race so he can cross the finish line and join the party that will be taking place. And then he invites her to the party. Meredith ignores the invite and finishes bandaging him up. She tells him that he's leaving against medical advice. He responds, "The frat guy said I could go." Mere: "The frat guy is an ass." Has that statement ever not been true? She tells him he will have to sign an AMA form, and he leers that he'll do whatever she likes. There's some more flirting, and then he signs the form, stands up, and starts to walk away from the gurney. And then he turns back, grabs Mere, and plants a big ole kiss on her. She joins in for a second before pulling back. He saunters away and tells her that the kiss was for good luck. On the way out, he tells her, "Don't worry, darling, you'll see me again." Hmmm, do you think? She hollers after him, "For your sake, I hope not." But when she turns back to the camera, she doesn't look entirely displeased. She starts to clean up the suture area and then sees McDreamy looking at her through one of the windows. She starts to walk out as he walks in. She asks him what he wants, and he asks her, "You make out with patients now?" She accuses him of being jealous, and he denies it. Blah blah, they've had sex and made out and he wants her to go out with him. She turns him down, and he gets a sad puppy look in his eyes and tells her, "You know, I almost died today. I came this close. How would you feel if I died and you didn't get a chance to go out with me?" She tells him to get over himself, and then posits that he's just chasing after her for the thrill of the chase. He doesn't deny it, and she points out that to her, it's not a game because her career is on the line.
Cristina, followed by Izzie, slide into Bailey's OR. Bailey wonders why they're interrupting her resection of a bowel. There is smoke coming out of the patient's abdominal cavity. Please, God (by whom I mean Shonda): enough with the medical realism on this show. I'm here to see pretty people make out or occasionally get blown up -- I'm not here to see beating hearts or gushing blood, and I'm certainly not here to see smoke coming out of some guy's stomach. Cristina explains about the potential organ donor. Bailey wonders why they're wasting time on this. I would assume it's because, you know, there is a serious shortage of organ donors, and this guy's organs could save a bunch of lives. Izzie, still clinging to hope that the guy might wake up, explains that she thinks his death should mean something. Bailey absorbs this, and then realizes that Cristina's in it for the surgery. Bailey explains that they'll need to find the guy's family and get their consent before he dies. They get excited and run off to track down the guy's family. They're like a couple of Nancy Drews. It's a good thing they already have a faithful gal-pal named George who can assist in their adventures.