Burke: I um I heard you had a case of necrotizing fasciitis and we don't see a lot of those around here.
Sydney: Hmm. Yeah well being a cardiothoracic surgeon I wouldn't think you saw any.
Burke: Right ... well I was just curious about what protocol you were following here.
Sydney: You were curious or Cristina was concerned?
Burke: I'll hope you'll forgive the intrusion. It's nothing personal. It's just that we haven't worked with you before and Dr. Yang wanted to be sure-
Sydney (stops doing the surgery, turns around and interrupts): Dr. Yang wanted to be sure that perky little bimbo cheerleader wasn't in here trying to kill a patient. Am I right? Now with all do respect Dr. Burke I know you don't know me very well but I'm pretty good at what I do. And my patient is a 25 year old marathoner and I told her husband I'm going to try and save her leg. So my plan is to stand here for as many hours as it takes to scrape away every last cell of necrotic flesh. Now when I'm done, if it's still spreading, then we'll take the leg. And if we do then our eager young intern here can hold the saw. Now unlike Dr. Karev, kindness and compassion aren't very high on her list of priorities but a little bone-saw action well maybe that will earn me some respect. (she turns back to the surgery) Am I right? Now Dr. Yang, you ready to scrub back in?