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Half & Half: The Big Labor of Love Episode

The Thornes' plans for a well-orchestrated C-section go by the wayside when Big Dee Dee goes into labor three weeks earlier than expected. A panicked Dee Dee turns to Mona for help. Mona handles the situation beautifully, helping Big Dee Dee get to the hospital and deal with complications such as an overly perky new nurse; and having the delivery handled by a pregnant doctor who is a week past her due date and more than a little bitter about it. Dee Dee begins to resent Mona's calm demeanor and helpful nature, especially after Big Dee Dee sends her daughter out to find a doctor and asks Mona to stay in the room. Meanwhile, Spencer and Phyllis try to track down Charles, who has gone away to a men's retreat at an isolated cabin. Mona finally confronts Dee Dee and eases her jealousy by reminding her that she can simply lie and pretend that she was useful at the birth. Charles arrives just after Big Dee Dee gives birth to their son, Drew Christian. Big Dee Dee comes up with an "official" story about the birth that will preserve her reputation, and Mona and Dee Dee secretly vow to tell their brother the truth one day.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x16
Production Number: 217
Airdate: Monday March 01st, 2004



Guest Stars
Joel BrooksJoel Brooks
As Dr. Bruckner
Recurring
Obba BabatundéObba Babatundé
As Charles Thorne
Recurring
Dayna DevonDayna Devon
As Dayna
Evan MarriottEvan Marriott
As Warner
Kathy GriffinKathy Griffin
As Dr. Morgan
Other Episode Crew

CreatorJeffrey Klarik
Executive ProducerYvette Lee Bowser
 
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