When the announcer comes on to say I'm watching Get Real, he says the title of the show in such a way that I cannot tell if he's commenting on the last scene.
Fade up on the World's Largest Hospital Room. Clay walks in with a woman in a wheelchair and introduces his mother (Andrea) to Meghan and Mary. Mary thanks her for coming and Andrea says she wanted to come down since she had spent six months in that hospital. Clay gives Meghan a look that says, "I'm so the better person here." Meghan looks down as her hair says, "You shut the fuck up." Andrea is still talking and says that she found that "people can be just as healing as the medicine." Uncomfortable silent moment. Andrea asks how Kenny is doing. Mary says that he's "doing" and that she's not leaving until he wakes up. Andrea sucks her lip and nods like, "Right. You are Mary Green, right? Center of the Universe? Woman who went out for ice cream while her brother in law was to be thrown in jail? Just checking." Andrea says that she'll see if she can get her nurse transferred down. Supposedly the best in the ward and stuff. Since it doesn't even look like Kenny has a nurse, that might be a good idea. Cue that five-note Get Real jingle that you know and love as Mary gives Andrea a fake smile. Meghan avoids Clay's stares by looking towards the floor.
The jingle continues as we fade to the Museum Section of the hospital. Cameron asks Mitch if he has a second and walks him towards the statue to ask if he can have the two hundred dollars back that Mitch kept from his paycheck. Mitch obviously isn't interested in this conversation, but Cameron says he needs it for Kenny and he thinks that Mitch'll be "really proud of [him]." Mitch still isn't interested. Cameron says that he wants to do something for Kenny and it's a "long shot" and he doesn't even know if he can "pull it off." I look out my sliding glass door. I look out down the road. About a mile. That's where I can see this plot line coming from. I figure I've got time to clean up before it gets here. Mitch puts a hand on Cameron's shoulder (which seems to be Mitch's signature move indicating "concern") as two other "people" (you can't tell the visitors from the staff from the patients, really) walk down the hall to the Renaissance Era exhibit. Mitch says that they don't really need any distractions right now and they would rather Cameron just stick close. The oboe is joined by the piano for the five-note jingle as Cameron stares at the ground.