Callie and Arizona's argument about dressing their daughter in the morning spills over a patient's case. A 13-year-old girl needs to get up and moving or clots will stop her from ever walking again. The patient used to be a gymnast, so she feels like her life is over. The girl's meanness has both Alex and Callie feeling like they need to be on suicide watch. Arizona is also on the receiving end of a rant, but she deflects it nicely to get the girl walking. Now if she can only get Sofia to get dressed in the morning.
The anxious interns fear they are going to be fired due to budget cuts. Everyone is a little on edge due to the uncomfortable changes that are headed their way. Richard gets into a heated yelling match with the hernia doc who inadvertently blurts out that the patients don't matter. Bailey ends up winning the competition, but lets it be known that her snazzy new sweatshirt is itchy. Love it!
Owen argues with Alana over the ER situation as they head up to the roof to meet the Medivac team. The incoming patient's carotid artery blows. Alana is closest to the problem, so she stops the bleeding with her hand. She offers to stick around for the rest of the surgery. Alana is surprisingly calm and efficient as a surgeon. Owen wonders why she ever gave it up.