Toussaint and Stan try to fix the elevator, which Toussaint determined was sabotaged. While in the elevator Jason kept a watchful eye on the baby's heartbeat via the monitor and tried to keep Stacy calm telling her how he knows a woman who went through the same thing and the baby is fine (Jake). As they continue talking, he also remembered outloud about Sam's baby who didn't survive the same condition. Stacy begs Jason to do a C-section on her and save her baby before she passes out from the pain (and I assume blood loss.)
Much to Spinelli's horror, Jason directed him to search the internet for directions on how to do a cesarean. He is undeterred when Spin pointed out that A) Jason is not a doctor and B) it's not your usual on-line sort of search. Much to his (and my) surprise, Spinelli was able to find a website with step by step directions and with his pocket knife and other supplies he had on his cleaning cart, he began to do what he could to save the woman's child. He was able to deliver her daughter, but then says, "She's not breathing" as the screen faded to black and the words "to be continued" appeared. So actually, I'm still sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to find out if either Stacy or the baby will make it through.
In one small break from this very singular storyline, we saw Regina and Jolene on a break. While discussing the tragedy of Stacy being trapped, Jolene asked Regina about why she lashed out at Stan early in the episode. Regina shared that when she first got into the student nursing program, she discovered she was pregnant and made the difficult choice to have an abortion because she knew she wasn't strong enough to handle both her studies and a baby. Knowing how hard her choices were, she said she has great respect for the ones Epiphany made, to be a single mother while becoming a nurse, and it angered her to see Stan disrespect and hurt her.