Callie tells Mark how Arizona's stance on children has upset her. "She doesn't want kids, in her womb, in her house, ever." He urges her to tell Arizona how important it is to her.
Even though Richard is no longer the Chief, no one quite knows how to treat him. Their "I'd hit that," conversations dry up when he comes around and no one wants to sit with him at the cafeteria. When Richard complains, "I'm not a coach anymore, I'm a player," Mark tells him, " It's a sign of respect." Meanwhile, Derek can't eat in the cafeteria at all because he's besieged by people asking for favors. He's also missing the rush of surgery, so when Meredith tells him about a tumor she diagnosed, he steals the surgery from her! Richard advises him to schedule at least one surgery a day so he can keep his hand in. And to eat with someone so people will leave him alone. "You can eat with me," Richard says and Derek thanks him for the offer and the much-needed advice.