No, don't put the cap back on the Maalox bottle yet. It's Ruthie time. She's waltzing the poor, hapless kitty around the room and talking about how soft and fun cats are. Except this time she's tormenting the twins with her stupid babbling. Shouldn't someone be calling the Glenoak Children's Aid Society about now to put a stop to that? Annie is in the hallway outside Ruthie's room and sees Happy scratching at the door. She knocks on the door and Ruthie shoves the kitty into her knapsack before answering the door. Happy takes the opportunity to slip into the room but, regrettably, does not bite Ruthie. There is an extremely unfunny exchange between Annie and Ruthie which I won't even bother getting into, and then Annie says she'll be back soon to get the twins ready for bed. Mr. Cate wants to know why neither of the parents have displayed any interest in the care of their infant children so far. It's a good question, but I don't have much interest in the twins either, so I can live without the answer. Ruthie offers to give the twins their bottles, and Annie thanks her but says, "I still think you're up to something." She says she'll be back. Ruthie closes the door, which causes Annie to turn around and make her 722nd goofy face of this episode. I believe this one is meant to register surprise. She holds that position while Ruthie opens the door briefly to put Happy outside. Annie would probably still be standing there with her "surprised" face on, except Julie calls for help.
It looks like Julie's in labour, though she's trying to deny it. Finally she realizes that, duh, she's going to have a baby. Annie comforts her, and the viewers are treated to another brief commercial respite.
Outside the hospital, RevCam, Hank, and Dopey Matt are engaging in witty banter about which restaurant to go to. Except the part that's supposed to be witty could be more accurately described as "puerile." Dopey is very rudely trying to force them to make a decision but, amazingly, no one whacks him on the head again. They all settle on a health-food restaurant, and Hank wonders if he should phone Julie. RevCam basically tells him he can't do that because there's another twenty minutes of show left to fill. Also, Julie's a wacky pregnant woman who has to be calmed down by Annie.
There's a shot of a generic hospital corridor where Hank and RevCam are being paged. It's mainly a set-up for a dumb joke that comes later, so feel free to ignore it.