Mcqueen says he'll be there as soon as possible, but it doesn't sound like cristina can't handle it by herself. Bailey is ready for, mary's autopsy. Jennifer Stanley, head of Pathology, comes in and reads Mary's chart. They're going to try and find out why mary didn't wake up after her surgery. Jennifer starts to chew a piece of gum good as bailey says she has a list of possible causes she'd like to check. Jennifer says they have a specific work order, so they'll see what they see when they see. April reads the card next to her dummy. He has a lot of injuries and April doesn't know where to start.
Richard says he was surprised to learn that he'd have to replace two attendings. That's his problem, but it's a shame, because he had such big plans for Callie. Cristina walks into the or where. Mcqueen, essays teddy's fellow, is operating. She brings up roy henley. He knows what's going. Roy needs an intra-aortic balloon pump, which Cristina already knew.
Bailey almost threatens him not to ask her to go to the bakery. He claims he was just invites. She walks off as Lexie comes over to talk about Christy. Arizona finds Callie packing supplies in a closet and shows her the crafts the kids in peds made her. Callie acts a little snarky and Arizona asks her if there's something she'd like to talk about. On their way out, they bump into richard. Arizona says they had some loose ends to tie.
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His daughter Corinne appears in the doorway. He asks her how she's doing. She replies with a snarky comment and apologizes for that. He doesn't mind as she statement gets that from him. Suddenly, roy goes into responsibility respiratory arrest and the nurses rush in with a crash cart. Cristina stands there, frozen, as Corinne asks her to do something.
Cristina is doing an ultrasound on roy's heart and she explains to corinne that roy has developed cor pulmonale, which means his heart is overloading. The damage seems pretty severe, so it's possible roy will also need a new heart. . Cristina says she'll call. Altman to inform her. Mark approaches bailey as she's on her way to an autopsy. He tells her they're throwing Callie and Arizona a bon voyage party later today. Teddy was supposed to pick up cupcakes, but she had to go and pick up lungs instead.
As Owen stands there smiling, meredith says this is gonna suck. Owen welcomes everyone as he opens up an ambulance loaded with supplies. He says they'll work in groups of 4, each responsible for 9 victims. They can only use the supplies in the ambulance. Steve uses color-coded tape to divide the residents into groups, Owen says the evac helicopter is on its way. Whoever gets their patient on it, will be certified.
He tells them to get to work. Mark and Lexie walk into an exam room to meet with Christy cornell, who's in for a gluteoplasty. Christy wants butt implants because she finds her butt way too flat now. Mark shows her a computer model of what it'll look like. She asks him to kick it up a couple of points. She asks him to keep going and ultimately finds what she wants. Lexie is shocked at how big she wants. Cristina is examining roy, who's looking for some form of distraction. He doesn't know if he's more nervous about getting new lungs or getting to see his daughter.
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Also, roy's daughter will come by today. Owen assures Cristina she'll be fine. Meredith joins the essay others in the skills lab. They whine about having to do a skills lab until Owen comes in and tells them a plane hit a bus while doing an emergency landing. They grab gowns and rush out. While they run down the hall, Owen informs them there are about 30 victims. They arrive out in the trauma bay, and see there are about 30 bloodied dummies laying on the ground.
She says she can resume show him solidarity if she can skip Owen's trauma certification lab. He tells her to go get certified and kisses her goodbye. Owen asks Cristina to help her set things up and to keep things running smoothly, so that she can get certified without doing too much work. Cristina says it's a skills lab, so it's already an easy day. Teddy comes over and requests Cristina on her service today. There are lungs available for. Roy henley, who ended up on the transplant list because of Cristina, so it's her patient. Teddy needs Cristina to monitor roy while she's off to get the lungs. Her fellow will be available in case Cristina needs him.
a french press. Callie tells Arizona to stop giving her things away and disappears into her bedroom, slamming the door behind her. Mark then decides to pass on the French press. Meredith and Derek arrive at the hospital, talking about getting a grant for an Alzheimer's trial. She did her homework, and suggests she put her on his trial. Cristina passes by and Derek wonders why things are frosty between her and Meredith. Meredith denies they're frosty.
Other times, we find answers when we didn't even realize we were asking the question. Sometimes the answers can catch us completely by surprise. And sometimes, even when we find the answer we've been looking for, we're still left with a make whole hell of a lot of questions. —, meredith Grey, that's me trying is the seventh episode of the seventh season and the 133rd overall episode. Short Summary, edit, the residents are pushed to their limits when Owen puts them through a rigorous trauma certification drill. Meanwhile, cristina is also tested when left alone to monitor a very ill lung transplant patient. Full Summary, edit, callie and Arizona are packing in their apartment while mark's drinking coffee. Arizona tries to get him to take a kitchen utensil she doesn't really know, but he passes. He will take the waffle iron, though.
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Question - when was the last time a complete stranger took off her clothes in front of you, pointed to japanese a big purple splotch on her back, and asked, "what the hell is this thing?" If you're a normal person, the answer is hopefully, never. If you're a doctor the answer is probably about five minutes ago. People expect doctors to have all of the answers. The truth is, we love to think that we have all of the answers, too. Basically, doctors are know-it-alls until something comes along that reminds us we're not. We're all looking for answers in medicine, in life, in everything. Sometimes the answers we're looking for have been hiding just below the surface.