Over at Glenoak Hospital, Dr. Hank meets Matt at a cafeteria table. You'll remember that Hank is the husband of Matt's Aunt Julie. Uncle Hank reveals that word has gotten around the hospital about Matt's plans to stalk Shana in New York. Matt does his coke-addict bulging-eye face to indicate his chagrin. The script is contrived in such a way that Matt ends up saying, "It's not easy losing the women you love." He quickly corrects himself, changing it to "woman." Dr. Hank immediately asks where Heather is these days. Matt doesn't know. Hank suggests he find out. Then Hank's beeper goes off. Before leaving, he tells Matt that he needs to talk to him later. John walks in and Matt confronts him about his gossiping ways. John brushes off his roommate's flakiness. Matt stomps away.
Next we see Matt bursting into some office, telling some woman that he needs to see Hank. She says Hank's in the delivery room. Matt says it's important that he talk to his uncle. "More important than the miracle of birth?" asks the nurse or whoever she is. "Maybe," says Matt. This part is supposed to be funny, too, I think. The woman rolls her eyes hardcore. Then she asks Matt about his New York plans. He says he's not going, and she says she'll "inform the people in the office pool." Wow, this must be a really small town. They should get a Blockbuster or something. Aunt Julie comes in and is surprised to see Matt. She says Hank's been acting funny, as if he's keeping something from her. She asks if Matt knows what it is, because it's driving her "insane." Matt just nods and says, "Hank did say he wanted to talk to me." That's enough for Aunt Julie to freak over. She gets all sarcastic, saying Hank should have married Matt before she stomps out of the office. I think Matt and Julie must have the same chromosomal deficiency.
Poor Sgt. Michaels is parked outside the CamPound getting his weekly orders from Eric. He is to keep an eye out for Troubled Girl. Ruthie gawks at them through the window and then runs to get Simon. Then the two of them run to get Lucy and Mary. Annie emerges from her room and asks why they're in such a hurry. They're cagey. They peel out upstairs as RevCam enters the hall. Annie recites lines about believing the kids are up to something. RevCam surmises that if it involves all four of them, it must involve the new car. They start to run outside, but a twin cries. They run into the nursery, grab both twins, and run out the front door.