Jackson will receive some unexpected news. Is it possible that he's toasting the death of his grandfather whom he wasn't a fan of? Perhaps he needs a drink to wrap his head around his weird relationship with Maggie. Who knows?
Amelia is putting her life in the hands of the man who has taught her everything that she knows. Tom may be an arrogant, blunt jackass, but he'll do everything in his power to help his former mentee because he's the best.
The sisters always have one another's backs through thick and thin. Amelia's brain tumor is no exception. Amelia may be trying to push people away or deflect with humor, but Maggie and Meredith aren't going anywhere.
When one of their own is in a scary predicament, the Grey-Sloan doctors come together as one. It takes a team to come up with a plan for Amelia, and it will take a team to execute it. She can't ask for a better one.
Amelia: Meredith, if I die -- Mer: You are not gonna die. Amelia: OK, but if I do, you call my mom, I'm sorry, but she likes you. And you [looks at Maggie] take my room. It is way better. I kinda scammed you on that. Maggie: Stop it. Alex: She's right, it's way better. Amelia: Owen, if I'm gorked, do not overthink it, do not visit me, just park me somewhere and go on with your life. Owen: Amelia, please, cut it out. Amelia: And if I need unplugging, April has been named my power of attorney.