Carlos and Matt just happen to meet up at the vote-registering place. That's not too far-fetched; I'm sure people run into acquaintances all the time in one of the biggest cities in the world. It turns out that both Carlos and Matt are registering to vote after getting calls from RevCam and getting yelled at by their wives to do it. Carlos says he's never voted because he finds the process "intimidating." He thinks it's an "awesome responsibility" to choose a president, so he's just going to vote for whoever his wife is voting for, since he owes her that much for having his baby. Hmmm I like Carlos a lot more when he isn't talking. Matt asks Carlos out to lunch at the hospital so they can talk about this reversal of the Camden gender-role norms. Carlos's cell phone rings, and it's Invisible Mary. When Carlos tells her that he ran into Matt, Mary asks to speak with him. Matt assumes that Mary will tell him who he should vote for, so he hangs up in her face.
Kevin and Lucy are now registered. Lucy's celebrating by wearing a hot pink long-sleeve shirt with a weird V-neck black camisole thing over it that is decorated with little white flowers. Someone who wears an outfit that awful is obviously incapable of making any kind of informed decision, and should not be allowed to vote at all. Lucy wants Kevin to vote for the same person she is since she's having his baby, and that line of reasoning didn't make sense in the last scene and it still doesn't make sense now. Kevin says he's just going to vote for whoever's the cutest. That's probably Lucy's criteria for who she's going to vote for, too. Lucy is so stupid that she actually becomes alarmed and has to ask Kevin if he's kidding. He says he is, and he's not going to tell her who he's voting for. Then he gives her a peck on the forehead.