Upon meeting Alex, ("P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)") Alex met Callie's O.B., Dr. Lucy Fields, but thought she was a nurse. He asked her to pass him a chart on "a turnip" in the nursery. She's upset by this and he told her he has a baby that needed a heart transplant, and the transplant coordinator suggested, "the turnip," she said, sarcastically. She then told him she delivered the baby, said she'll be in touch with the transplant coordinator and then told Alex to leave.
Later, Alex noticed Dr. Fields, Teddy, Arizona, and Cristina talking to the parents so he walked in and tried to join. Afterward, he asked Arizona why he wasn't brought in earlier and Fields tells him he's off the case because of the "turnip" comment. Alex and Fields watched the heart transplant from the gallery. He explained that he's sorry for what he said, but felt he deserved to be in the surgery. Minutes later, Alex and Fields both pump their fists in celebration when Teddy fixes the problem. Lucy watched Alex standing over the heart transplant baby and smiling with the baby's parents. Arizona comes up and says she can teach Alex not to be an ass, but she doesn't have to teach him to care.
Alex and Fields were in the elevator together, not speaking. Alex finally told her he's sorry about her patient. She said, "Thanks, I'm happy for yours." As they walk out, he starts to ask if she wants "to get a --," but she cut him off and said no.
When she heard about that Alex had charts to finish before he could go to a basketball game, she sat down to help him because she agreed he couldn't miss this game. In the end, she talked him into asking her and then claimed it was all just so she could see if he'd ask her to the game.
Fields decided to complete her maternal-fetal medicine fellowship at Seattle Grace to gain OB-related trauma cases. She also has stated that she idolizes Dr. Addison Montgomery and would like to mirror her OB/GYN and maternal-fetal medicine career.
Fields currently (presumably) works at Namboze Clinic. She took the job after Alex was evasive about the state of their relationship.
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