The Green family sits on and around Coma Kenny's empty bed. The "doctors" wheel Kenny back in and as we watch the reactions of the family, Kenny is magically transferred back into the bed with oxygen and everything. The "doctor" says something that sounds like, "We controlled the seizures with a combination of Valium and Mylanta." He says that Coma Kenny's vitals are stable and now it's "in God's hands." Mary gives a look like, "Great. God does such great things for us already. Fucking beautiful. This is so making me stress my neck cords." Cameron asks if he can have a moment to talk to Kenny alone. The family walks into the Post Modern Era section as Mitch gives Cameron a buck on the shoulder. Cam says "Hey" to Kenny. He tells Kenny that he's "totally impressed" by him. He says that, "categorically, you kill me in everything. Except in sports, girls and clothes." Poor Kenny. His whole family thinks he's a loser. He says that lately he's been picking fights with anyone in authority just because they're authority, and he doesn't want to do that anymore. Mitch, respecting his eldest son's wishes, quietly walks back into the room to pick up a jacket or something, and totally eavesdrops on the rest of Cameron's monologue. Cam says that he doesn't like making his dad upset and that he wants Kenny around to keep him in line. I guess if Cam ends up in jail it's totally Kenny's fault for getting meningitis. "I can't even believe that's my brother talking," Kenny says to Pepsi Girl. She says that maybe they're "like this" to "hear stuff" they shouldn't. Kenny says it's frustrating because he can't say anything back. "What would you say to him if you could?" "I guess... I guess that I love him." "If you get better, I hope you tell him. All your family. I know that's what I want to tell my mom." This music is so terrible. Where are all of the nurses and doctors?
Cam teleports to the Museum hallway and Mitch stops him to put an arm on his shoulder. He says that he heard what Cam was saying in there and realizes that Cam has grown up a little lately. He says that he'll stop being so hard on him. There's a bit here about how Mitch always got flack from his dad for slacking and prank-pulling and that it took a long time for him to love his dad and see that he was doing it for his own good. Cam pulls the suck-ass card and says that Mitch won't have to wait around at all for his love. Kenny says it's too bad that he had to be in a coma to get his dad to lighten up on his brother. Pepsi Girl says that if she thought going into a coma would get her parents back together, she would have done it a long time ago. Kenny says that she should remember that "You plus your mom equals spring training." Pepsi Girl asks what he's going to do if he gets out. He says that he's been thinking about lots of stuff. He looks up and sees his family talking in a straight line in the hallway and says that he's going to stay home for a while and spend time with them. Pepsi Girl says that he should do whatever he can to join them. I think both of the Eisenburgs have problems with too much saliva production or something, because they are both swallowing and wiggling their lips when they aren't talking. The bay windows lighten up. Kenny says that he's getting this "funny feeling" that he should go and join "Grampa and Vanilla." Pepsi Girl says that he should fight it. He says he doesn't want to go, but he has this feeling. "Maybe that's why," Pepsi Girl says, and the Man in Black swivels his head on a guitar strum and stares at Kenny. He stands up and walks to the center of the hallway. He looks in Pepsi Girl's room and in Kenny's room. He walks into Kenny's room. Kenny gets up and says he has to leave now. He asks if he's going to see her again. She says she heard the doctors talking the night before and they don't know if she's going to make it. This cues up this song that actually goes, "On the other side/ Children that could sing/ On the other side/ Angels are in their wings/ On the other side." Oh, God. Kenny walks towards his room and looks into Pepsi Girl's room. He waves at Coma Pepsi Girl and walks into the light.