Kirsten and Charlie are at the doctor's office, and Kirsten is getting an ultrasound. The doctor asks if she's felt any movement yet, and she hasn't, but the doctor says that's okay. Charlie asks if he's picking up any "spare change or keys" because his wife's been "eating everything that's not nailed down." Oh, please. Thank God this is the last episode, because this is just ridiculous. The doctor says everything looks good and "he looks great." Kirsten says he means he in a generic, non-specific way and Charlie adds that it's kinda like you refer to ships as "she." The doctor says, "No, kinda like you refer to a baby with a penis." Kirsten and Charlie exchange a look and the doctor thinks he messed up and they didn't want to know the sex. Dude, that would suck. Charlie says they did want to know, but they were expecting more of a "drum-roll moment." The doctor does a little drum-roll and says, "It's a boy!" Charlie and Kirsten gaze at each other and kiss and on the ultrasound, the baby holds up a little sign that says, "For the love of God, give me some food! I'm dying here!"
Owen is looking at the picture of the ultrasound, but says he "doesn't see it." Kirsten points "it" out and Owen notes that it is really tiny. Yes, they're talking about the penis. Charlie says that it will get bigger, and Owen says he hopes so, because "kids can be really cruel." Owen Salinger, ladies and gentlemen! He'll be here all week! Try the fish, it's delicious. Owen asks if they've picked out a name and Kirsten says they have a short list. Owen says his friend's parents let his friend name their baby, and he named it Fritzi after the father. Owen thinks it would be cool to name the baby after a relative. Charlie says Owen can name their baby. Owen says, "You'd let me do that?" and Kirsten says, "You'd let him do that?" I don't blame her -- this can't possibly lead to something good. Charlie says it would mean a lot to Owen and the baby. Owen says it's like how Charlie named Diana after their mom and Charlie agrees, and Kirsten relaxes.
Claudia and Bailey are eating lunch outside. Bailey asks what's up, and Claudia asks why she can't treat her brother to a nice lunch. Bailey says she can, but in seventeen years, she hasn't. Bailey Salinger, ladies and gentlemen! He'll be here all week. Try the fish, it's delicious. Bailey says Claudia had that "I need to tell you something" tone on the phone. Claudia says that she's going to Juilliard in the fall. Bailey asks about Stanford, and Claude says it was safe, but she got a good financial aid package and work-study from Juilliard, and she really wants it. Bailey says she should budget for train tickets. Claudia can't believe he expects her to take the train back and forth to San Francisco. Bailey says he meant to Philadelphia. Claudia doesn't know anyone in Philadelphia. Bailey says, "You know me."