Meredith: So we're looking in the wrong place. The device is working but something is harming the ilet cells.
April: How did you figure that out?
Meredith: It doesn't matter. So, tell Bailey to look for signs of rejection.
Bailey (walks in, overhearing): And who do you think you are? Well, God? Is that who you are?
April: Dr. Bailey she was just doing what I asked her to do.
Bailey: Because either you're God or you are the most reckless, arrogant resident I have come across in my entire career. I mean to put your hands on another clinical trial after you already ruined one is a level of stupidity so staggering--
April: I delegated. This has nothing to do--
Bailey: You are fired from my trial, Kepner. And you... Just give me back my mouse.
Meredith: Not until you read my research. (Bailey tries to take the mouse, Mer raises her voice) Dr. Bailey, read my research! (Bailey takes Mer's research and the mouse and leaves, Mer turns to April) Hey, that kinda works.