Suddenly, Aunt Julie's cell phone, in which have occurred the twin miracles of not being out of batteries and being able to receive signals, rings. She leaves the room to take the call, putting this scene in the completely incapable hands of its five guest stars. "I wonder whose house he could've bought," an elderly woman I'm going to call Aunt Millicent says. The lady who looks like The View's Joy Behar makes a "hmmm!" face.
In the kitchen, our rude party hosts are trying to figure out a way to see Kevin's new house while the baby shower is still going on. Kevin says that they have a pool, although, sadly, it's fenced, so Happy won't be able to drown herself in it. I guess she'll have to try the cookie overdose again. Kevin adds that the house also has a "spa" and "rose gardens." The realtor calls and Kevin leaves to take it. RevCam tells Annie she can't leave the CamPound when they have a whole room full of baby shower guests, but Annie waves her arms dismissively. Suddenly, Aunt Julie rushes in, frantic. Apparently, Ed Begley, Jr. managed to get himself and their kids kicked out of the zoo. You see, Erica threw some fried chicken into the monkey cage and a monkey choked on it. Wow, Camdens and their relatives are spreading terror all over Glenoak today! Anyway, Julie has to go and...uh...give the monkey the Heimlich or bail Ed Begley, Jr. out of the zoo jail or something, so she rushes off. I have to wonder if Aunt Julie was originally just supposed to say that Erica had a fever and she needed to get home to take care of her, and Deborah Raffin decided to get revenge on the writers for putting her in the episode, only to take her out of it before the touching CamClan moments started, and just ad-libbed that whole thing. Then again, this is the woman with, as we saw from the episode she directed, all the creativity of a can of spicy garlic green beans. Which is still more than that possessed by Brenda Hampton.