Abby Elliott's ritzy mom-to-be has a hilariously "calming" chant when she's surprised by the early arrive of her next child

By Emily Zauzmer
July 06, 2015 11:00 AM
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Monday’s episode of Odd Mom Out finds Brooke (Abby Elliott) crying like a baby – or, more precisely, crying like she’s having one.

In an exclusive sneak peek of the Bravo comedy, Brooke goes into labor the day before she planned to have a C-section. With only Siri to guide her, Jill (Jill Kargman) must serve as Brooke’s midwife – all while their husbands Andy (Andy Buckley) and Lex (Sean Kleier) remain unreachable during an afternoon without technology.

“Think happy thoughts! Think about your kids!” Jill encourages the tormented Brooke, who begins to chant, “Bergdorf’s, Barneys, Bloomies!”

Elliott, who plays an inattentive, high-society parent on the show, does not plan to emulate her character when she becomes a parent herself one day.

“I’m pretty disconnected from my kids [on the show]. I don’t have any scenes with them,” the former Saturday Night Live comedian told PEOPLE at NBC’s Summer Press Day in New York City. “I definitely want children in the future. I hope to not be a mother like Brooke!”

Odd Mom Out airs Mondays (10 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

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