Owen bursts into a board meeting to convince them to hold off on the Pegasus deal for a day. It's a risk. If the Pegasus deal goes away again, it won't come back. The board agrees to wait, but the news from Derek and Richard is devastating. The billionaire isn't feeling good about investing in the hospital. He's not going to save them. It's a punch in the gut to everyone. The only bright news of the moment is that the article Meredith mentioned helps Bailey save her patient. The little girl's mom finally wakes up.
Cristina and Owen give Alex the details of all that's happening over some 40-year-old scotch. Derek and Meredith write letters of recommendations for their interns. Catherine wonders how much money was needed to buy the hospital. She assembles all interested parties to make a grand announcement. The Harper Avery Foundation is investing in Seattle Grace. Everyone is stunned and thrilled. Then they're just stunned, as Catherine announces that her son will be the board's representative. In other words, Jackson is now in charge.