Kenny goes back to his room and stares at the Ronin's Lair poster that takes up a whole wall of his room. He looks at the books on his shelf and sees the dedication to Mary. Last time we were in Kenny's room there was a Sonic the Hedgehog poster. One little bout with meningitis and our boy's all growns up.
Kenny opens the door to Meghan's room and sees her brushing her hair (of course). "Hey!" she says, as if her mother wasn't almost killed the night before, her brother wasn't robbed, her other brother almost didn't die a week before, her boyfriend wasn't leaving, her Mom didn't just have a miscarriage, her dad didn't almost have an affair, her best friend didn't try and get her expelled after she stole her boyfriend, her English teacher didn't quit because she forced her to admit she was having an affair with another one of her boyfriends, and her thighs weren't sore from doing the deed for the first time while Kenny was being taken off the respirator. She asks if he's okay. He says that he goes in his room and sees the big wall of Kate's books. There's a moment here where the camera switches from the door mirror all the way across the room to the door and I have to close my eyes from the motion sickness. Kenny says that he can't help but think about what happened to Mary last night. "I can't imagine what it's like for Mom." Meghan shakes her head, and her hair is suddenly all wild and messy. She smiles and laughs and says, "I don't know either, Kenny." Oh, the fun. "I... I... I think all we can really do for Mom right now is just... help her in any way that we can. You know, let her know that we love her." Right. You first, girlie.