Turk and Carla leave the doctor's office, and Carla says that she's going to wrap Turk's remaining ball in bubble wrap to protect it. Turk thinks she's being crazy. Carla says that she wants to have another kid someday, and Turk promises that his remaining ball is "like Tina Turner after she left Ike: stronger, more confident, and is going to have a very successful solo career." Now I have a vision of Turk's ball donning a Tina Turner wig and singing "What's Love Got To Do With It?" or "Private Dancer". I amuse myself like JD sometimes.
JD and Elliott are still chuckling over the broken speaker trick. A dude shows up and Elliott realizes that he's not her patient, but he showed up in case there was money in it. She's ready to leave, but JD wants to watch one more person fall victim to the speaker prank. Meanwhile, Ted is rebelling against Janitor's leadership in the Brain Trust. And also meanwhile, the customer at the fast food place loses it and yanks the manager out the window. And also meanwhile, Turk and Carla are finally getting to drink their champagne, and after they toast, Carla announces, "I want another baby. Now." Turk looks like he just lost his remaining ball.
After commercials, Turk is still stunned at Carla's announcement. And at the fast food place, a cop has arrived to question JD and Elliott about the incident with the manager. JD tries to cover, but Elliott spills the whole thing. The cop doesn't really care.
Janitor says that the Brain Trust is "a dictatorship masquerading as a democracy" and reminds them of how he overthrew the previous dictator, Kyle, in 2002 during "the battle of the basement supply closet." Ted vows to start his own Brain Trust, but Janitor has copyrighted it. Ted thinks he'll call his group "Brain Bunch." Doug sides with Ted, and The Todd goes with Janitor, but Janitor wants to trade since The Todd makes him crazy. Ted agrees.
Back at the hospital, Turk tells Carla that pregnancy was really hard on her, and the postpartum stuff hurt their relationship. Carla isn't mad, because she wants them both to be on board with baby number two. Turk promises to think about it.
Elliott, JD, and Sam hang out in the cafeteria. Elliott is still stressing about finding her patient, and JD asks why she cares so much. Elliott gets pissed at him and leaves.
Ted sits at another table in the cafeteria with The Todd. Janitor and Doug sit down and ask why Ted is sitting at a Brain Trust table. Ted points out there are no flags nearby, and Janitor says they've started using...napkin dispensers instead of flags. JD witnesses this and decides those two should have their own sitcom. Cue JD fantasy of stereotypical '80s sitcom opening credits featuring Ted and Janitor in wacky situations and the theme goes like this: "I'm a lawyer. I'm a janitor. Together we adopted a cute little kid. We're Legal Custodians. Get it?" I get it. And I love it. It couldn't be worse than Two and a Half Men.