Lexie gives updates to the young parents of the twins. The mom thinks she's judging them. But the truth is Lexie is just thinking how lucky she is to be with someone she loves. Of course, she gets a little uneasy when the young couple starts making out in the middle of the waiting room. Lexie gets even more embarrassed later when she hears Mark say that he wishes she were in the surgery with him. In reality, he was talking to Julia on the phone. Oops.
Bailey doesn't want Ben yammering on about his plans for the two of them to move in together during surgeries. So, if the conversational heads toward personal matters, Meredith is to jump in with a medical question. Ben smoothly steers the operation conversation toward those pesky personal issues, but Meredith is at a loss when Bailey goes on the offensive with her own personal thoughts.
As a rule, Bailey likes to focus on her surgeries only. That's why it's so distressing when they think a sponge may have been left inside the patient. It was actually stuck on Bailey's shoe. So much for focus. At the end of the day, Bailey confesses all her fears about the situation. Ben puts her mind at ease about everything, including Tuck. These two will eventually join up even if they have to do it one toothbrush at a time.