Izzie, Bailey and Derek can't see anything in Izzie's brain scans, but Izzie knows that she wouldn't be seeing Denny unless there were something in her brain. Derek gets the idea to hook her brain up to some kind of monitoring device so that if she gets another hallucination, they'll be able to pinpoint where in her brain it is coming from.
Alex's patient Becca is still freaking out, so he suggests that she give him her valedictory speech since she worked so hard on it. However, this is just a transparent excuse to have a cheesy soliloquy to projecting over a musical montage of events. Montage: Izzie calling for Denny, doctors zipping up the trauma patients who didn't make it into body bags, Meredith successfully finishing up her first solo surgery. Also, in the montage, Cristina loses a patient and Hunt tries to go for her hand, but she denies him.
Denny finally appears to Izzie, and Derek finds where the hallucinatory neurons are firing in her brain. The part of the brain is the other temporal lobe, and the tumor was too small to pick up on an MRI. Bailey wants to know how they can take it out, but Derek says that there's nothing they can do for her. Ah, but there is something they can do: Bailey has an idea.
Arizona interrupts Callie while she is taking a nap, and yells at her some more. But Callie finally confesses that her behavior was due to the fact that she is po' and can't afford fancy four-star restaurants anymore. Her father cleaned out her bank account and such because he disowned her. Arizona says that she doesn't care, and they can stay in and eat sandwiches. She still wants to be with Callie. Callie says yes to everything except the sandwiches because she prefers pizza.
After Meredith's surgery, Richard tells her that if Ellis had been here today she would have been very proud to watch her do her first solo surgery. She might not have been able to say it to her, but she would have been proud.
George is very, very down on himself. Well, he has like four lines, but that's what I'm getting. All the patients he treated died today, and the only one who survived was the one he didn't treat. Hunt tries to pump up George's deflated ego, saying that because George treated the other five, that allowed Hunt to go and save the sixth. He says that trauma is a team sport and that sometimes you don't have to be the hero. Lexie (Chyler Leigh), who was hardly in this episode, cries as she treats the sixth patient who survived. I guess this is meant to show us that Lexie has a lot of compassion.
Meredith, now dressed in her street clothes and probably getting ready to go get married, tells Derek excitedly about her first solo surgery, and that she is having a great wedding day. Derek asks Meredith if she wants to make the day even better and shares Bailey's idea with her.
Meredith finds Alex outside. He just heard that Izzie has another tumor, and he's afraid that she might die on him. He cries so convincingly that I want to just give him a hug. Meredith shares Bailey's idea with him.
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