Cal runs up to Danny with the repaired baby, promising that the computer chip thinks the baby slept, and was fed and changed. Danny is psyched. He walks into his office and wakes Jordan with a kiss. She asks if the baby is okay, and Danny wants to collect on his bet. Jordan thinks she had better plug the baby into the computer to check on it. As she coos to the baby, suddenly the head pops up and the eyeballs bug out. Jordan screams, and Danny leaps off the couch and rolls onto the floor. I think I rewound that part three times, just to see Bradley Whitford's reaction again. Anyway, Danny confesses that the baby's head was chopped off, so he had the prop master fix it, and apparently the prop master is a prankster. Of course, this also means that he has to admit he left the baby with Tom and Simon. Jordan's biggest concern is what they will practice with now, and Danny assures her that she doesn't need practice, and that she'll be a great mother, and that he's not going anywhere. They kiss, and Danny says that he'll have someone take her home, because he needs to stay around and babysit Matt. He should be a great dad; he's been babysitting Matt for quite some time.
Matt is still frustrated, trying to work out the punchline to his paramecium joke, when Harriet shows up. She says she'll put her things away and then come back to help him. He admits that he would appreciate it. She kisses him on the cheek, and he looks surprised. After she leaves, he sighs heavily and whispers, "4 AM miracle."
So that's it! Maybe for a while, maybe forever. Although I'm sure even if NBC doesn't air the remaining episodes this season, they'll get burned off in the summer or on Bravo or online or on DVD. Ever since about the third episode, I kept wondering why I continued to watch this show every week, since it was occasionally good or interesting but more often made me mad. And yet now I find that I'm curious to find out what will happen. It's not the show I anticipated when I first heard about it, but there are some good characters and some good acting.