Betty shouts an apology to Heinrich before doing it, which I think is nice. And Heinrich thinks it's a great idea anyway, because it's someone in pain. Betty shouts to Daniel to call an ambulance, and Christina has to lie down right at the end of the runway, in that wide spot where the models turn around. I think it might be called "the turnaround". Christina's going to have the baby right here!
Marc, Wili and Daniel are confabbing. Daniel's on the phone trying to get a helicopter (because the ambulance can't get through). Wilhelmina decides that this could be her moment to claw her way back to the top, which is where she was just last episode, but never mind that now. Wili shouts that Christina needs privacy and brings out all the models to make an angel-wing privacy screen. Christina feels a little weird about all these freaky angels staring down at her as she gives birth, so Betty has the models turn around. Wili shouts for someone who's qualified to deliver a baby. And there is! Hilda shouts (there's a lot of shouting in this scene) that her father's girlfriend is a nurse. Elena is charmed that Hilda called her her father's girlfriend and then goes in to get deliverin'. Isaac Mizrahi asks who the pregnant lady is wearing, and Betty is delighted to be able to tell him that she's wearing herself, and that her name is Christina McKinney. Christina doesn't seem to care about the free publicity just at the moment, but Betty assures her she'll be excited about it later.
Marc, who knows a dramatic moment, cues the music and tells the lights to stand by. Suzuki St. Pierre reports breathlessly on the events and expresses a hope that the baby looks more like Wilhelmina than Bradford. Isaac Mizrahi just wants Christina to stop moaning so loud. The shouts and moans give way to the sound of a crying baby, and everyone is delighted. Suzuki starts crying and adds, "Dammit, it's Dan Rather all over again!" Marc cues the music, the lights, and the hydraulic lift.
And from the center of the shiny (sorry, glittering) angels of pain, Wilhelmina Slater rises into the lights and holds her baby aloft like it's the freakin' Lion King. Then Marc cues the Confetti Land Mines, and it's the best thing ever. Just a great shot.