Kem and Carter arrive at their new townhouse. "What'd you do?" she asks, smiling. "Not much," he says. The place seems to be in some disarray; I can't really tell, but it looks like he's been trying to get it furnished for her, but a lot of his stuff is still in boxes around the living room. Carter can't wait to show Kem the nursery. "Did you operate the screwdriver yourself, Mr. Fix-It?" she asks lightly. Of course he did, Kem. How else did he get you pregnant? "So this is our home?" she asks, and the look on her face is inscrutable. If I had to guess, I'd say she looks wary. And she sounds as excited as if Carter offered to make her a Knob Salad for dinner.
Abby somehow manages to re-enter the lounge that we hadn't seen her leave yet; this time, instead of stumbling in on clumsy sexual tension, she interrupts some rampant heartstring-tugging, as Kerry is cooing and coddling little Henry. Kerry reveals that Florina is coming to take him away. Abby offers to come get Kerry when Florina arrives, but Kerry deflects her efforts a few times. "I'm not sure I can do this," she finally blurts, looking up at Abby with helpless eyes. "I know this part sucks, but he's gonna end up with you," Abby says. Oh, good. No reason to make us sit through the custody battle, then, right?
Seizure Mom can't believe what Big Ears is telling her, but a man with an aural capacity that enormous wouldn't waste hers with false words. "I've never had [psychological] trouble like that," she insists. "I'm not crazy." Abby is there, gently explaining that nobody thinks she is, and that she's only going to be in the Psych ward until they get to the root of the problem. "After that, you can go wherever you need to go to get healthy," she says. Seizure Mom remains skeptical, so Abby plays the "If you go home, you'll endanger your baby" card, and that's enough to win the game.