This is intriguing enough that Richard, Callie, Bailey and Mere all run out after them to see if the mythical man-beast really was discovered and killed that day. The guy explains that he was hunting dear when he heard a scream but then when Bigfoot came running at him, he fired a warning shot and jumped in his truck. Bigfoot then ran into the road and the hunter accidently hit him. Speaking of, once they all gather around and wonder where Bigfoot is now, what appears to be a big pile of leaves and grossness starts yelling from the bed of said truck.
Princess Jo, meanwhile, wound up doing something far more exciting than bowel digging -- she's called to the bedside of a screaming teenager named Kimmy who is in labor. Princess looks like she's been taking poker face lessons from Smash which is to say she looks lost and terrified, so a nurse has to wind up walking her through her job. The baby has some kind of hernia that will keep him from being able to oxygenate when he's born. Since Alex is in surgery he had them page Princess, but she looks in over her head even before she's asked to do anything. Her mood isn't helped by Kimmy's scary mother, whose only concern is her daughter and not the silent baby that was just delivered. Jo actually asks the nurse desperately what they need to do and the nurse has to remind her that as the surgeon, she's supposed to be the one giving them instructions.
Princess deals with her fear with a detached slo-mo romanticized view of the baby being wiped off and having blood drawn from his foot. The nurse yells at her to yank her out of her reverie and she finally has the wherewithal to tell them they have to intubate. Kimmy's mom has the personality of a scary redneck stage mother and starts hollering at them to find out what is going on -- not because she cares about the baby but because Kimmy asked and they didn't answer -- but they ignore her and finally get the baby intubated. The nurse then takes some pity and gently reminds Jo of what she should do next.
"Bigfoot" is on the table and as the hunter who shot him yells at him for being an idiot in ridiculously good camo, he realizes what is about to happen and yells at the docs not to cut up his ghillie suit. The hunter is right when he yells that this foliage-esque camo is made for war, not deer hunting where people where traffic-cone orange vests so they won't get shot. Finally, the shooter and his buddy are ushered out as Jackson comes in and reports to Callie that there isn't a cadaver nerve long enough for their use. Callie exposits that they need at least a 7-inch nerve for Derek's surgery and Mere gets an idea. Heather has been salivating to practice actual medicine but instead Mere has her take her phone and call all of Derek's sisters (Nancy, Amy, Liz and Kate, for anyone who needed a refresher like I did) to see who wants to donate a nerve. Callie reminds Mere (well, mostly us) that Derek was very clear about wanting a cadaver nerve but Mere just orders a very unenthusiastic Heather out to start making calls.