George has gotten a patient named Margaret who broke her hip. At the news, she looks to the ceiling and yells, "Are you kidding me?!?" Apparently she does this a lot since she started breaking all of her bones doing totally innocuous things. After six breaks in one year, including breaking her fingers while doing yoga, she decided to start yelling to a higher power in which she doesn't believe. George suggests they have ortho run some tests, as they might accomplish more that way than with the yelling.
Bailey and Alex's patient is a kid named Jordan Prescott, and she's clearly emotionally attached to him after years of treatment. They banter until the surgeon, Dr. Kenley, has Bailey take Mrs. Prescott outside to go through the procedure while he checks out Jackson. Mrs. P is really worried because her son seems to be jaundiced, but Bailey just assures her that they'll check everything out. She then tells us, I mean Alex, that Jackson has already had twelve bowel resections. Upon hearing that, even I wondered why they're just doing it again rather than trying something new this time but hey, I'm not a doctor nor do I play one on TV. Bailey stresses that Mrs. P is a single mom and that she and her son are special and will get the highest level of care and anything they need. Mrs. P (played by Samantha Mathis, who is one of those actresses that blends into any role she plays to the point where I never recognize her until someone points her out to me) is embarrassed but Bailey assures her she means it and Alex adds that they'll take good care of Jackson. He goes back in to help out the prep while Bailey and Mrs. P talk.
Jackson wants one of the lollipops that Dr. Kenley has in his pocket but despite his best deal-making efforts, he can't convince the doc to give him one. As he argues, though, Kenley loses his train of thought and then keels right over. Alex yells at Jackson to press the code blue button and Miranda and Mrs. P run back in to find Alex working on Dr. Kenley and Jackson inexplicably clutching a handful of lollipops. That is some of the worst continuity ever, given that they were clearly in Kenley's pocket when he fell and Jackson didn't grab for them, yet the camera does a loving close-up on the candies anyway, highlighting the mistake.