Abbott House of...oh, Colin's there? And his parents, too? And they're all eating dinner together? Okay. Amy and Bright tell Colin about how this year's graduating class get to have their ceremony in a huge baseball stadium, because one of the kids' dads is a "jillionaire." Bright: "We're so screwed next year. We don't have any jillioinaires in OUR class." Silly Bright. It's not jillionaire, it's silipillionaire. Mayor Rose asks Colin what his plans are for "tomorrow." Colin says he hasn't really thought about it. Patch Abbott tells him to consider resting before his surgery. Bright tells him to do something fun, like wrestling an alligator or something. Yeah, that sounds like a freaking PARTY, doesn't it? Amy says she wants to do something "normal," like seeing a movie. Bright teases her, "Oooh, movie...that's SPECIAL." Heh. Patch totally shoves his foot in his mouth and says, "I'm sure Colin can decide for himself how he wants to spend his..." Oh, Patch. Everyone freezes in shock. Patch finishes, "...tomorrow." Nice save, Patch "Could I Get Some Ketchup With This?" Abbott.
Brown BMW. Treat says he needs to see "Dr. Douglas," and asks Ephram if he remembers him. Ephram remembers that he was Treat's teacher in college. Treat says that whatever kind of doctor you were to become, Dr. Douglas pushed you to be ten times that, and that he learned more with him than he had before, or since. We get it. He's your mentor. Treat explains further, and just as boringly, that if he had a case that was deemed "impossible," he'd visit Dr. Douglas about it. If they figured out a way to do it, Treat would. If not, Treat wouldn't perform the procedure. Blah blah blah. Ephram looks just as bored as I am. He asks his dad why he didn't ask for Dr. Douglas's help the first time he worked on Colin. Treat: "There was no question last time. We had nothing to lose." There's a moment of contemplative silence. Delia calls from the back seat, "Daaaad." Treat pulls over for her to use the bathroom. I could get into a car trip with Delia; I always have to stop a hundred times, too. O, tiny bladder! I hate you!
Koma Krazy House. Daddy Hart is on the couch, watching TV. Colin walks in and says he couldn't sleep. Daddy Hart couldn't either, so he's watching old videos of Colin, Bright, and Amy. Colin sits down beside his dad and asks, "Isn't this the trip to Beaver Creek last year?" Daddy Hart can't believe he remembers. Colin says he remembers some of it, but not much. They watch the video for a few seconds. It's sort of cute -- Amy and Bright throwing rocks in the water, trying to splash everybody. Colin looks at his dad and says, "Dad? Are you scared?" Daddy Hart says he is. Colin says he's scared, too, but not so much of the surgery. He says he just has a feeling, like when you leave the house in the morning, that you've left something on, and the feeling nags you all day long -- the feeling of forgetting, or leaving something behind. Aw, Colin. Daddy Hart says nothing makes sense to him, and he wishes it did. Colin: "You want to tell me what you're scared of?" Daddy Hart hesitates, then shakes his head and tells his son, "No." He pulls Colin to his chest and kisses his head. That scene was so good, I can't even think of anything shitty to say about it. Damn you, Berlanti!