He tosses her the carved-face apple, which is still fresh, and gives her some Tinkerbell clap speech about "Just twenty minutes, just believe me for twenty minutes," which is essentially as repetitive and reaching-for-meaning as "Don't blink" or the entirety of obnoxious "Midnight" or any of the other times this shit has been so fake instead of being real. They stare at each other and he says it sixteen more times, and the TARDIS starts singing, and there's a Magical Moment™ In which things go slow-motion -- there's even a psychotically intense lens flare -- so you know that something is unlocking in Amy on a personal level and she'll never be the same and her illusions about being a grown-ass woman are unfounded and based on daddy issues, courtesy the Doctor, that have turned her into a stripper, and it's all beautiful and shit.
So yes, she believes, she's ungrowing, she holds up the keyfob and unlocks the car door, and they run over and grab Rory. Who is her boyfriend. And who has been standing a few yards away the whole time she's been dressed like porn and throwing this hot young Doctor man around the place, but they just didn't notice each other. Now it's Rory's turn to not answer simple goddamn questions, like what's special about the man-and-dog, because he's got to stutter about the Raggedy Doctor for a bit and finally explain that man-and-dog is also in a coma in the hospital... And the Doctor finishes his sentences, because this is the next clue.
Rory gets a good line -- "What? There's a Prisoner Zero too?" -- before all kinds of barking and spaceships interrupt the Doctor's faceoff with Zero, and the Doctor realizes that not even being the man-and-dog will hide Zero if he causes a massive electrical/technological disturbance, so he sonics this whole area of town and things go wild: Lampposts exploding, sirens going off, a lady on a Jazzy that goes mad (hilarious, and also seemingly stressful for old Rory to watch) and rushes out into traffic, and so on.