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emergency C-section
without an anesthesiologist.
We can handle it. Bye.
She didn't come down for lunch.
- You better call Dr. Talbot.
- Right.
Diana, please, hurry. I need you.
I'm coming! Okay?
I'm coming! I'm coming!
- I need the car. I need the keys.
- On the desk.
- Here.
- Thank you.
You said to let you know
if something was going on here.
Something's definitely goin' on.
They're sendin' everybody home.
An emergency C-something.
Does that mean anything to you?
- Open the door, please.
- I want my Larry.
In the meantime, let's have
our doctor take a look at you.
There is nothing to worry about.
I think it's important that I see you.
I don't wanna see you!
- Where is he?
- He? Who?
He, my... She, my wife!
Oh, Alexandra.
She's upstairs.
Thank God you're here.
- Back! Excuse me! Pardon me!
- Thank God you're here.
All right.
I can take care of her.
- Okay, okay. Just breathe.
- Oh, my God! Here it comes!
Here it comes! Oh, I feel
the baby. The baby! The baby!
Oh, shit!
Are you all right?
Are you all right?
What the hell are you doin' here?
What am I doing here?
It's my baby, not yours!
- I put it in there.
- My egg.
- Your egg doesn't make you the mother.
- Shut up!
- Go ahead.
- Take me outta here!
Do we have to bounce so much?
Just a couple of miles like this.
You okay, Alex?
Oh, I feel like Junior kicked
a hole through something.
Louise, I wanna talk to Sneller.
- Oh, I want to die!
- Breathe. Breathe.
- Stop blowing at me!
- Sorry.
- I'm about a half hour away.
- Larry.
What is goin' on?
Somebody from the university has got
a whole bunch of media out front.
Banes. Damn it!
Can you get rid of 'em?
I don't think so.
Larry, what is this?
I don't wanna talk on the cellular.
Just meet us outside!
- What's goin' on?
- Somebody tipped the press.
- Oh, what are we gonna do?
- I don't know. I'm thinkin'.
Better be big.
You pulled me away from dinner with
the university's largest benefactor.
This is big, Edward,
literally and figuratively.
Ladies and gentlemen,
may I have your attention, please?
Thank you for waiting.
I'm Noah Banes...
director of Lufkin's
Biotechnology Research Center.
This is Edward Sawyer,
president of Leland University.
We are here to announce a momentous
breakthrough in medical science.
Under my personal guidance
and supervision...
and with the aid
of a new wonder drug, Expectane...
Dr. Alexander Hesse of my staff
will be arriving shortly...
to give birth to a child
he has himself carried to term.
- Are you saying he's pregnant?
- Yes.
I am saying he's pregnant.
I see him!
And what perfect timing.
Here he is now, ladies and gentlemen.
I give you the world's
first pregnant man.
What is it?
What are you doin' here?
This is my building.
Get outta here.
I got a medical emergency.
Go on. Back off.
Hi, Mom.
What is this?
- It's just a woman.
- That's my wife you're talkin' about.
Hey, Ned. Thank you.
All right, okay, baby.
Watch your step.
- Okay.
- Up here.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Up! Upsa-daisie.
I've got you. I've got you.
Come on, give me room.
Ned, let's get her in there.
- You told us there was a pregnant man.
- There is... a pregnant man.
He's having a baby, Edward.
I swear it.
You're fired.
- Why are we stopping on two?
- It's a surprise.
- I prepped the operating room upstairs.
- Good. You did good.
- Are they here yet?
- Oh, thank God. Not yet.
Who's here?
Angela, enough with the huffin'.
We're all alone.
Imagine a tranquil...
Little birdies.
- In here! In here!
- Cheep, cheep.
- Forget the birdies.
- Thank God! Are you okay?
- Up, Angela, out of there.
- Larry, what is this?
- It's our patient.
- What's the matter with him?
My best guess, his baby's
tangled in the large intestine.
- His baby? His ba...
- Hurry!
- His baby? Oh, God!
- Yes.
- Is the room prepped?
- Yeah, it's prepped.
Go on, Louise,
open the door!


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