[S7E17] This Is How We Do It
Bailey finds a trailer in her parking spot at the hospital. Alex is living in it because he wants to be Chief Resident and this way, he's at the hospital first. She throws her keys at him and asks her to move her car after he's moved his trailer.
[S7E17] This Is How We Do It
Meredith and Derek are examining Adele, who asks when they're getting married for real. She insists this is not Alzheimer's. She knows from her experience as a nurse that 20% of the patients diagnosed with Alzheimer's have something else.
Bailey finds Cristina, April, Jackson, and Alex waiting outside the men's room. Teddy and Owen inform her that the Chief is in there. His trial funding came through this morning and they all want in on it. Richard comes out and each resident tries to get his attention. He says he hasn't made his decision yet and walks off. Bailey tells them to impress the Chief surgically. Avery's with her today.
Bailey and Jackson enter Clara's room. Clara had a tumor removed 8 weeks ago. Clara's husband Sean interrupts Jackson's presentation of the case. He can't hear this kid anymore. He wants answers from a real doctor. Bailey knows it's frustrating. Sean says his kids are living with his parents and he barely survived that house, and now he's inflicting it upon his kids. Bailey says diabetes is a bear of an illness. She removed the tumor, but they knew it would be difficult to get Clara's insulin levels on track. Sean says that's not good enough. Bailey says they are doing everything. Nurse Eli says Clara made it further than they all expected. The surgery itself was a gamble and Clara made it through it. If Clara can do that, she can do anything.
Outside Sonya's room, Meredith overhears Tarik talking on the phone with Gavin. Gavin wants to quit his job and move to the US, but Tarik refuses to let him do that. He hangs up and explains he's keeping it from his mother because it's all too complicated for her to handle. Meredith asks if they are together. For the trial, they require that the caretaker is a full-time resident of the state of Washington. Tarik knows that. Meredith says it's a big commitment and it can get overwhelming. Tarik should let them know if there's a chance he's moving back to London. Tarik says his mother stood by him when he came out and that's a very big deal. His mother lost everything for him so this is the least he can do for her.
Bailey and Jackson explain to Clara that they would insert a device with islet cells into her body, which will produce insulin like a pancreas. They are contacting the FDA to get approval. Eli asks what the risks are, figuring they are pretty serious because the FDA hasn't approved it yet. Bailey says she was getting to the risks. There's a risk of bleeding, low platelet counts, and stress on the liver. However, this is the best option for Clara, given that they did everything else. Clara asks if they can have some more time.
Richard tells Teddy it's clearly more than a business arrangement. Teddy says she doesn't feel that way. The scans come up and they see a mass near his heart. Teddy wants to remove it right away. Richard is not sure he should allow her to operate on Henry. Cristina says she can do it. She nailed a similar surgery last month. Richard says Yang will do it and Teddy can supervise. Richard leaves and Cristina tells Teddy at least she gets to stay in the OR this way.
Callie's shower has begun. Mark tells Arizona that Callie is traditional so this whole 3 parents thing is a lot for her. That's why he figured the bigger the shower, the better. Arizona says he's not the Callie whisperer. Also, every woman who's ever had a pregnant friend hates baby showers. The only one who's not normal here is Mark for acting like he's enjoying this. Callie then calls out that it's Arizona's turn to play the game. Arizona puts a balloon under her scrub top to simulate a pregnant belly per Mark's idea, sighs, and then gets ready to play a game.
Alex is stuffing food in all his pockets. Lucy catches him and says this is extreme. Alex says he doesn't have time to shop now that he's moved into his own place. However, he mentions she must like him since she chose him to talk to out of the all the people at the shower. Lucy says he was in her way as she wanted to get some food. He asks her to admit she finds him charming. She grabs some food and walks off.
Alex joins Lexie, Meredith, April, and Cristina at the onesie decorating station. Lexie thinks Stark is gay because it's been a month since he started hanging out with April and no straight guy waits that long before making a move. Alex wishes Stark was into him so he could get in on his cool surgeries. April says Stark is actually really interesting once you get to know him. Alex mentions April is taking her pants off for Stark tonight. Meredith says that happens when you go to his place to watch a movie. April loudly says she's not taking her pants off for Stark, drawing people's attention. Meredith's onesie has an abstract design that makes people wonder if she's still blind. Alex has drawn scrubs on his onesie. Jackson comes over and whispers something in Lexie's ear. She says she will come for a consult, but April says they are not fooling anyone. Mark overhears this and watches Jackson and Lexie leave together.
Richard asks Derek for a favor. He wants Derek to call his guy from the FDA and asks him to rush Richard's request for an emergency waiver. Derek doubts he'll have more influence than the Chief of Surgery. Richard says they both know there are always ways to work the system. Derek repeats he can't include Adele in his trial. He loves Adele, but pulling a patient off the waiting list can compromise the whole trial and get him blacklisted by the FDA. Richard says Adele has no future without this. Bailey comes in and says that he needs to come for Clara.
They enter Clara's room. Clara's in a hypoglycemic coma. Her stats plummet and Jackson gets ready to intubate. Richard tells Sean that if they are going to do this islet cell transplant, they need to do it now. All they need is his consent. Sean gives his consent. Bailey reminds Richard the FDA hasn't given them the waiver. He knows, but without this, Clara will die.
In the OR, Jackson says they are ready for the implant. A nurse says there's still no news from the FDA. Bailey thinks they should wait. Richard says Clara will only get worse. Bailey thinks Richard is doing this to prove a point to Shepherd. Richard assures her he's doing this for his patient. He asks for the device and places it in Clara's abdomen.
Tarik tells Meredith and Derek that he left his phone in his mother's room. Gavin called and she picked up. He begs them not to let her do this. They enter Sonya's room and find her packing her stuff. She says she's not doing the trial. She's going home so Tarik can go back to London. Derek says there won't be another opportunity like this. Tarik thinks this is just the Alzheimer's talking, but Sonya proves she's lucid. She found out that Tarik only broke up with Gavin last week when she got accepted into the trial. That makes her very proud because she raised a good son, but he needs to be with Gavin in London.
Arizona and Mark are cleaning up after the shower. Arizona is looking for the gift list and now they're gonna have to write vague thank you notes because they don't know who gave them what. Callie comes in and Mark tells her that Arizona lost the list. Arizona admits she sucks at this and congratulates Mark for being a better woman. Callie says it's okay and asks Mark to give them a minute. He walks out and Callie tells Arizona there's one more gift left. Callie gives her a gift. She booked them a B&B and they leave in the morning. It's an olive branch because she knows how annoying she must be to Arizona right now. Callie's always wanted a kid. This is her dream and she gets to be out of her mind about it, but she's not discounting Arizona's need to vomit over her insanity. So, they're going to the B&B for the weekend.
Lucy finds Alex sitting outside his trailer, his new place. He offers her some food from the shower, but she'll settle for a beer. He gives her one and she sits down with him. She knows he was waiting for her because he finds her charming and hot, and now he's stuttering because she intimidates him. That explains why he hasn't made a move this whole time. Now, he's forcing her to do it. She leans in and kisses him.
Arizona and Callie are on their way to the B&B. Callie, in the passenger seat, keeps getting texts from Mark. He's freaking out because he found out about Lexie and Jackson. Arizona takes Callie's phone and throws it onto the backseat. She says this is time for them. Callie unbuckles her seatbelt to grab her phone because she wants to call Mark. She tells Arizona that this is jealousy. She's jealous of Mark. Callie tells her to get over it. Arizona says it's not surprising considering Mark gets most of Callie, while Arizona only gets the gay Callie, which is only about 20 minutes a night if Callie doesn't feel too fat to let Arizona touch her. Callie says she's doing her best to make sure everyone's happy and she doesn't know what else she can do. She'll do whatever makes Arizona happy. Arizona thinks about that. She turns to Callie and asks her to marry her. She means it. She loves Callie more than anything. She wants more. She wants commitment. She repeats her question. They look at each other until Callie looks at the road and gasps. Arizona does, too, and there are sounds from a car crash as the screen fades to white.
Also the torture issue is something I have a different opinion. People who use torture are mentally deranged and have a low intellect IMO. Why? Because if they would have a clear might and at least an average IQ they would use different techniques to get what they want because they are able to. Torture (and also rape) are used by inhuman beings and is never ever justified. So Deeks did it and it was so sad (especially since the other guy was blind, defenseless and much older) and now also Sam? Sorry but I think SEALs are better than this no matter how high the stakes are. 041b061a72