A paramedic tells Kevin that the injury he sustained while cheering on his stunt double with a few too-aggressive fist-pumps doesn't appear to be serious. Capt. Michaels walks up, looking quite smart in his dress uniform, and says that Lucy has been trying to get in touch with Kevin. Kevin says he hopes it isn't about hamburgers. Capt. Michaels chuckles, which he shouldn't, because first of all, that wasn't funny, and second of all, he knows that Lucy is actually in the hospital and there could be a problem with the baby. He tells Kevin this, and they take off.
RevCam, Annie, and the twins come home and look for family members. Surprisingly, there are none around. RevCam and Annie send the twins upstairs to get ready for bed, and the twins report that they're not tired after sleeping in the car all day. RevCam says they can stay up all night then, as long as they're quiet enough so that the CamRents can sleep. That's some good parenting. Annie checks the answering machine, and there are messages from Matt about Lucy. The CamRents are alarmed, and Annie says she's going to the hospital. RevCam thinks they should call first, but Annie's having none of that level-headed, reasonable crap.
Simon and Georgia walk into the kitchen and RevCam asks them to watch SamVid while he and Annie go to the hospital. Wow, you know RevCam's upset if he's letting his adult son and his adult son's adult girlfriend stay in the house together with no parental supervision!
Dr. Klein reports that Lucy's contractions have stopped and the baby appears to be fine. He leaves to answer a page, being sure to tell Matt that he did a "good job" on his way out. I hope Dr. Klein doesn't come back. He's kind of creepy. Not as creepy as this town's other gynecologist option, Dr. Hank, but still. Kevin runs into the room, very sweetly concerned about his wife and child. After about five minutes, Matt takes the hint and leaves the room.