Roxanne meets up with Kevin at the Promenade. They're both wearing multicolored striped shirts. They really do make a better couple than Lucy and Kevin. Kevin says that Lucy's been acting "more nuts" than usual all week. Roxanne's kind of pissed: apparently, she was hoping that Kevin wanted to talk to her about whatever mysterious activity she's been up to "for the past several months." Change that to "since last episode, sort of" and your timing might be more accurate, Roxanne. Kevin says that he, unlike everyone else he interacts with on a regular basis, knows how to mind his own business. Roxanne says that this is his business, because she won't be his partner anymore. Kevin says he heard that Roxanne is going for detective, and he thinks that's great, although Lucy has some problems with it. Roxanne says that she isn't going for detective -- she doesn't even want to be a cop anymore! Kevin makes the expression he uses when he can't use the smirky one. Roxanne tells him to sit down. They do, and as Roxanne is about to speak
we cut to Carlos pacing the hospital halls. Well, cutting a scene off right before it could get interesting and not allowing us to hear information first-hand has been a staple of this show all season, so I guess they might as well end things they way they started them. PC walks down the hall, all excited that Mary's in labor. Carlos tells her to vamonos; Mary doesn't want any family around. He asks PC to call the CamRents and tell them that their daughter's in labor. Can't Carlos call the CamRents his own damn self? If he's got time to pace nervously around the hallway, then he's got time to call the CamRents. PC says that she can't call the CamRents; Matt might answer the phone and then she'd have to talk to him, which is a very mature way to deal with your marital problems. PC then realizes that Mary having a baby is slightly more important that her lame marriage anyway, and agrees to call the CamPound. But not without a great deal of whining about how she "stupidly pushed [Matt] into seeing his old girlfriend." Oh, so now we're supposed to think it's PC's fault that Matt stays out with his ex-girlfriend all night? Thanks, Brenda. Suddenly, the sympathetic nurse comes down the hall to give Carlos an update on Mary. She also has a message for PC, who Mary psychically predicted was there. The message is: go away, and don't call my crappy parents.