The pager goes off at Café Diem, where no one has any memory anymore except for Zoe, who doesn't seem to realize that something is very, very wrong. She can't stand hearing the pager go off anymore and grabs it, reading the message "911 trapped in S5 L511 help." Is that the best Carter could do? My plea for help would be much more urgent and specific. Zoe has no idea what the message means, but Tess is around to interpret it for her, thanks to the fact that her memory is still intact. It takes a while for Tess and Zoe to realize that Carter and Allison are trapped in Tess's lab, but that's still better than how long it took them to realize that they were surrounded by amnesiacs. When they try to get Jo, Fargo, Henry, and Kinison to help, all four of them have no idea what or who they're talking about. Tess and Zoe run off to save the day while Jo giggles at the counter.
I have to admire the continuity of the GD exterior shot. Ever since the helicopter was swept away by the fifth dimension, it's been absent. Anyway, Carter and Allison only have twenty minutes left and have to hope that someone with a memory will see the distress call on the pager. Allison says that the memory watching actually did have an effect on her after all, and Carter says that maybe if she sees the memories that have the most emotional impact on her, it'll jog the rest of her memories. This is just an excuse for a bunch of Stark flashbacks! Hooray! Except I want to know who contributed some of their more intimate moments and a shared dream where they're making out to the storynest. Oh, and there's the memory of Carter telling Allison that Stark was dead. Boooo! Anyway, it seems to do the trick and now Allison remembers how crappy her life kind of is. But she only has fifteen minutes to figure out a way out of GD. Shouldn't be a problem now that the whole amnesia thing is out of the way, right? Wrong -- guess who just went into labor! Although this really shouldn't be too much of a hinderance since her labor has just started so her contractions will be pretty far apart still, right?