Of course the Green family can finish anything on time, and the firehouse is completely done by morning. Everyone walks out the front, but Slutgirl and Clay aren't there anymore. Kenny asks Mary about his driver's license (again). He asks if he should be an organ donor. He says he never thought about death before the meningitis and now he thinks about it all the time. Mary gives him an "oh, baby" and strokes him. He says that if the doctors knew when he was in a coma that his organs could have saved others, would they have fought so hard to save him? Mary says, "Oh, honey. Any doctor that tried to stop fighting for you would have to go through me first. And your dad, and your grandmother, and Meghan and Cam. And by the time we were done with him, they'd be recycling his organs." Kenny laughs, because he loves being in the Green Mafia. Mary isn't done with her crisis counseling yet, though. "Maybe life is fragile, but your support system certainly is not." They hug. My eyes leap from their sockets, pack a bag, hold hands with the dueling Saint Clares and declare that they "have had just about enough of this shit." Mitch walks out and says that they have just enough time to go home, shower, and come back to meet Tom. Mitch turns back around to the rest of his family (who are all in armlock together) and says, "Hey! And if I don't say it enough, you guys are amazing. You saved my life here." He gives Mary an "Especially you." They all smile together in the complete peace of knowing that they are the best six human beings on the planet and that thirty minutes of work can save anyone's life forever. Mary gives Kenny her keys and tells her that he's driving. Kid's got his license for two days, you keep him up all night long, and then you make him drive your sleepy ass home? Nice. Another car bites the dust for the Greens.
Meghan and Cam are mugging down on the back of Cam's Bronco. They aren't, but they are. He thanks her for "getting in the middle." Meghan says he's welcome. They smile at each other.
Kenny says that the can put the sticker on the license once he gets home. He lets Mary in the car.
Tom is impressed with the firehouse and says that he'll offer four hundred. Mitch says the asking price is six. Tom says he knows that. Mitch says he put in quite a bit of work and money on the restoration. Tom says he knows these things; he doesn't walk in blindly. Mary (yeah, you knew she'd be here running Mitch's business) busts in and asks how he could possibly pay less. Tom is suddenly blessed with psychic powers and states that he knows if they don't take his offer that they can't pay the next month's mortgage payment and that they'll probably lose their own home and that his offer means more than holding onto the firehouse for the full six. "You're wrong about that," Mitch tries to lie. "No, I'm not," Tom says. He puts the contract in front of Mitch (Hey, Mitch? Where's your accountant? From the last episode? He's the guy you need right now.)