George hangs out in the lobby of one of Glenoak's sixteen group homes. Our favorite wheelchair-bound optimist enters and greets George as "Dad." She says she can be packed in an hour. Never before has a girl in a wheelchair engendered so little sympathy from me. Free Wheelin' Kelly asks George what will happen to Meredith. "I hope Meredith is your dog," George says. "We don't have a dog," Kelly replies with an obnoxious grin. I bet those group homes would be a lot more fun if they did have a dog, though. George says that RevCam never mentioned that Danny had such a "large" family. Enh, he probably forgot most of them existed, much like he forgets about most of the people in his large family.
RevCam takes a call in his Home Office. It's Matt, calling from the hospital. You know he's calling from the hospital because there are a bunch of lit X-rays in the background. Off-screen, the radiology department glares at the oily med student who snuck into their room and took over their phones. RevCam assumes that Matt is calling with bad news. Infuriatingly, Matt refuses to tell RevCam anything, so RevCam has to guess. He lists all of the children, and Matt's refusal to speak when RevCam calls Mary's name tells him that the bad news is about her. Matt still won't say anything. RevCam stutters out an interrogation, but Matt won't answer and lies that he's been paged back to work. He hangs up on RevCam, leaving the guy to sit there and think about all the horrible things that could have happened to Mary, like injury, death, or, even worse, divorce.