Cut to Cecilia and Sarah waiting in an overcrowded waiting room of City Hospital, and Sarah makes one of her deep-thoughts observations: "God, this is so wrong. I mean, all these people." Cecilia tells her that she'll sign off on Sarah's Good Samaritan Brownie badge and let her leave, "And don't let the door hit you on the ass." Sarah suggests they go to a different hospital because the City Hospital is overcrowded: "I have someplace I need to be that's really important, so why don't we just go to a better hospital." Cecilia tells Sarah that her insurance only allows her to go to City and that her deductible is really large, "but no one is stopping you from going to your lame stupid party dressy thing, so just go." Sarah says she won't leave until someone takes Cecilia in.
Platypus returns to the Mound to find pigeons overrunning the place and tries to get a shirtless JB's attention through the windows. When that doesn't work, Platypus tries to call him; I guess she needs a man to come and help her get rid of pigeons. Platypus watches JB ignore the phone and answer his door to let Joan in. Joan seems to be saying, "Is this weird? This is weird." JB goes to grab a shirt, and Platypus ducks out of sight as he slaps his shade down. Platypus looks hurt and thoughtful.
Back at Joss's family's place. Joss's mom asks Joss to help her father set up a bed in her office. Joss asks why they can't just leave it in her room, and Joss's mother comments that by the time they clear out the junk out, the baby will be in high school. Joss asks her mother why she isn't more upset by Casey's news: "I mean, she is pregnant and alone for God's sake." Joss's mother says that Casey's her daughter -- what else is she supposed to do? Joss says she's just surprised her mother's being so calm, and her mother says, "After a while, you get used to it. Obviously I am disappointed in my girls. I've learned to accept that." Ouch. Joss says, "I'm sorry, 'girls' plural? How is this about me?" Joss's mother responds, "Jocelyn, you can't possibly think that your father and I are happy about what either of you girls have done with your lives. How could we be?" Joss walks out of the room.