Mary and Simon get home, and Annie starts to leave for the hospital -- without Julie! Har-de-har-har. Julie wanders into the kitchen and says it's too late anyway. She groans in pain. Maybe it's a delayed reaction to that whole "meowch" exchange with Ruthie before.
Oh, good, more commercials.
We're back at the health food restaurant with RevCam and Hank. Dopey rushes in to tell them that Julie's having her baby back at the Camden Compound. RevCam wants to know why Dopey didn't just call them at the restaurant instead of coming over in person. Matt had forgotten the name of the restaurant he just ate at. See, he really does have the IQ of dust.
Ew, it's Ruthie again! She's pouring milk into a bowl. Lucy comes into the kitchen and says, "Mary left the car half in the street. What's going on?" Mary and Simon wander in and everyone informs Lucy that Aunt Julie's having her baby upstairs. They all stop to stare at Ruthie, who says, "What? I like my milk in a bowl." Honestly, this is no weirder than anything else that comes out of her mouth.
Annie is feeding Julie something from a bowl. Julie wants Hank to be there so she can hit him for knocking her up. Yup, I think it's safe to say they've shoehorned all the major childbirth clichés into this week's episode. Annie comforts Julie some more, and Hank and RevCam arrive. Julie orders Hank to leave. He sits down on the bed with her instead. Annie tactfully says she and RevCam will wait in the hallway, but RevCam won't budge. Either he's being protective of his sister or he just wants to interfere some more. Finally, Annie gets him to leave. Julie says she's been acting so crazy because she's scared. She's scared of a lot of things, but mostly of "how bad [she] must look right now." Ugh -- can I wait outside with Annie and RevCam, please?
On second thought, can I wait downstairs instead? Annie and RevCam are saying "I love you" to each other, and I'd rather not have to watch. The doorbell rings. It's a neighbour and her son, Billy. Billy's looking for his kitten. Annie calls Ruthie downstairs and ask her if she knows anything about the kitten, who chooses this moment to meow from Ruthie's knapsack. Ruthie tries to blame it on Aunt Julie. Bet you didn't think they could milk that pathetic joke any more! Annie makes Ruthie give the cat back, the neighbour slips Ruthie a twenty, and that's enough about that.