Oh, gross. Lexi was the person who called Allison. She felt faint while testing the voting machines even though they're just simple paper ballots and thinks Allison is the best person to give her an ultrasound to make sure the baby is okay. While I know Allison is a trained medical doctor, this is not her specialty and you'd think Eureka would have its very own OB/GYN who would be happy to do this. But Lexi "isn't really a fan of Western medicine" so she sought Allison out because she trusts her. I'm guessing that Lexi is one of those people who hates Western medicine unless she needs Western medicine, in which case she'll graciously allow it to save her life. Hey, you know who I bet are huge fans of Western medicine? All those people in third-world countries who don't have access to it! Shut up, Lexi. Allison revs up the GD ultrasound machine and shows Lexi a picture of her baby, made possible by awful Western medicine. Lexi's reaction is kinda blah considering this is the first she's seeing of her baby, making me wonder if Ever Carradine has ever been pregnant herself. Allison looks concerned for a second, then tells Lexi that she's pregnant with twin boys. "Two sons?" Lexi says. Ugh. That's way too close to giving her the titular line of the episode.
"Two suns!" Zoe says to begin the next scene, just to hammer it in. She wishes she'd used a mini-sun to get votes for Lucas. Lucas doesn't think that's such a great idea, but Zoe says they need to pull out all the stops to win this election, because Zoe has cleverly figured out that the mayor would be in charge of the Sheriff's department and thinks it would be fun if her boyfriend was her dad's boss. Which is another reason why minors shouldn't be allowed to run for office. Lucas whines as Zoe whips out her latest set of campaign gifts: sunblock with a picture of Lucas's face on it. They don't get much time to hand them out before Vincent and Fargo are on the scene, clad in matching suits and handing out iced mochas with Vincent's face on the cup. They've got some amazing print facilities in Eureka, that's for sure. Fargo says their drinks will make voters as cool as Vincent will be as mayor. Lucas tries to help himself to one, but Zoe grabs it away and decries Fargo and Vincent's gimmick of wearing suits when it's a hundred degrees out. She goes back to handing out the sunblock only to be interrupted yet again by Kylie, who reports that she's had a "small issue" with their class project. Zoe tells her there are more important things to do, like bribe the voters. Kylie insists that Zoe needs to see this.