We cut to Taylor dragging a wagon full of Mrs. T outside. "This is not okay with me," she snaps. Too bad, say the girls. Mrs. T refuses to hold Pancakes unless she gets to make a vest out of him later. Hee. I love Mrs. T, even if she doesn't love me or anyone else. So Summer will hold Pancakes while Taylor rides the bike that's hooked up to the wagon.
At the ice cream store, Kaitlin's shoveling sundae toppings into a bag while Gary says that he's not sorry about what he did because he had a great night. And all he had to do was keep his crush and her mother away from their friends and family who could have been fatally injured. What a catch! Kaitlin relents and says that she likes ice cream a lot. After the store is fixed, she'll stop by again. And she admits to being impressed by Gary's lying abilities. I guess everyone has one redeeming trait. With that, she leaves Gary standing there. "Best. Earthquake. Ever," he says. Yeah, until he goes home and finds the bodies of his family scattered amongst the rubble of what his house used to be.
Sandy is walking around the hospital hallways with two empty cups of coffee when he spots Kirsten's doctor. She says the tests aren't back yet, and Sandy asks her to tell him what the news is before she tells Kirsten so he can "prepare" Kirsten. Kirsten always seems prepared to get bad news, so I don't think it'll take much. Even though the doctor's obviously busy, Sandy keeps talking to her, saying that he and Kirsten thought they were about to have an "empty nest" with Seth and Ryan going off to school. "I can't imagine anything worse than an empty nest," he says; "Anything you can do for that little baby, please do it." Well, now that he's said that, I'm sure the doctor will give Kirsten the super-secret baby-saving drugs.