Meanwhile, the instant potatoes are still coming down hard, slowing the traffic to a standstill. Jake stares through the clear spot on his windshield, looking defeated. "So, why don't you want to marry her?" Tammy asks. Jake snaps, "Do we have to have this conversation now?" Tammy reasons they'll never see each other again, so why not? Jake takes a breath and lets her have it: basically, he proved that he was a pig way back when Lily was giving birth to one of their kids, when he went down to the cafeteria and started flirting with some doctor. In short, he's "a bad man," but a "good father." Tammy "a-ha"s knowingly, and sums it up: "You like being ambivalent so you can keep going on dates and then sweep in and be the dad when you want to be. And when a woman needs something, you have a perfect excuse built right in, which is that you're bad." She kicks ass. Jake insists that it isn't an excuse; he really is bad. "Nah. You're fourteen," Tammy says, unimpressed. Jake snaps, "Did I make this blizzard? Did I plan this baby?" Tammy considers it, then calmly answers, "Nope. You still gotta deal with them both, though, don't you?" Game, set, and match.
Rick wanders into the kitchen, where Lily is gathering supplies. Looking dazed, he mutters, "I've done this twice already. You'd think I'd be used to it." "You did it?" she mocks. She says she went through it twice before, and she still can't imagine how it happened. "Yeah, and I'm sure you'd love to go through it again," Rick says, rubbing the back of his neck. Lily freezes and says, "No. I guess not." Brrr. She marches off to the bedroom, as Rick trails, pleading, "Lil!" Seeing Grace, Lily pauses on the staircase to demand, "Where's your dad, anyway? Has anybody heard from him?" Grace says they haven't in a while. Lily orders Rick to go get a midwife. He points out that Jake already has one. Plus, where's he supposed to find one on a moment's notice in the middle of a blizzard? Midwives R Us? Lily doesn't like this whiff of mutiny, and storms, "Jake is a non-committal passive-aggressive bad driver. He's probably stuck in a ditch making out with the midwife!" Heh. Except that Tammy has way too much sense for that. Lily fires up the steps, muttering, "Who knows if he'll even be here? He barely showed up for me when I was married to him..." She trails off when she sees Tiffany standing at the top of the staircase. Tiffany asks if she can take a bath. Lily smiles weakly and says sure.