Piz is back at the reception desk, thankfully dry and clothed, when Grace and Sark rush in, Grace in obvious discomfort. Addison and Francie walk by at the same time and realize she's in labor, and rush to call an ambulance. When they arrive at the hospital, Addison also has the wherewithal to tell them to contact the Chief so that she can scrub in on the delivery, and sends Sark off to check Grace in. Seriously, I'm having a very hard time seeing him as a dad-jeans-clad Regular Guy when I know that he could turn around and deliver that baby with his bare hands while, like, blackmailing some high-level arms dealer. But he stays behind with everyone else while Addison rushes Grace into surgery.
Back at the Wellness Clinic for Emotionally Stunted Doctors of Various Specialties, Amy lies on her couch and Tim walks in and lays down on the couch facing her. She laments that her brand of therapy sucks, because she wants people to talk out their problems and think positively but that it's done nothing for her. She's laughing self-deprecatingly about her miserable existence, but to his credit, he looks a little bit sad at the display. She finally gets to the root of it and starts berating herself for being sad about her ex, including admitting, "Do you know he peed a little bit, every time he coughed? Like an incontinent old woman. He smelled like pee." She giggles and doesn't notice the grossed-out look on Tim's face. (And mine.) There are things you admit to help you break you feelings for someone, and then there are those little traits best kept between you and your ex-significant-other because really, truly, no one wants to hear about them. That little factoid is decidedly in the latter category. She can't believe she's still crying over the guy, and then turns her frustration to Paul and Ms. Horny and how they discovered his problem is physical instead of mental. She's feeling irrelevant and I'm guessing a little bit guilty. Tim muses that people should just tell the truth to the other people in their lives but she counters, "We can't! If we could, we'd all be healthy!" When Tim says then people would be like him, she calls him on being in denial, angry, and then, after he guesses that this is why she won't sleep with him, on using sex as a weapon to deflect his anger. He takes all this with a small, "Oh."