For example, Stephanie (Jerrika Hinton) is finally revolting against being the subject of pity, and she's finally able to coexist with Jackson (Jesse Williams)… when she's not mowing him down). And we finally got a little bit of Matthew closure, mostly via Paramedic Nicole and her vendetta against April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson — cheering Stephanie on in her "doctor bowling" and telling April that Matthew quit and then cursing her out.
But onto the real grit of the hour — external forces exacerbating the issues between Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw). Arizona's teenage patient necessitated the whole to-amputate-or-not debate again, only this time, Callie is the one fighting to save the legs. She pushes the girl to wait for another solution, while Arizona promotes double amputation as the best answer.
Meanwhile, Arizona's dalliance with Leah (Tessa Ferrer) rears its ugly head again when the HR rep reveals that Leah's complaint was against Callie, not Arizona. Much as we still think Leah is abrasive, we have to admit that she's been raising good points these past two episodes. The hospital bed-hopping is indeed coming at the expense of the residents' education, and Arizona was indeed selfish in telling Callie about her affair with Leah without even giving Leah a heads-up.
That said, Leah wears too much blush.
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