Amy is shopping at the grocery store. She's wearing her sweats and her hair is up and kind of unkempt. As she's stealing a grape, she looks over and sees a fairly attractive man shopping for, oh, let's say, salad dressing. She quickly looks away and wheels her cart around the corner. And then he walks up behind her and calls her name. And it's Skip Ziti, from Skin. She calls him "Alan," so we know this was the man she was crying about earlier. They make small talk, and you can tell that despite her own best intentions, she's kind of grooving on seeing him again. And then this very hot chick walks up to Alan and talks about some cheese he wanted. Amy is a bit surprised, because this chick is way too hot for Alan. And she's even more surprised when she hears that the hot chick is Alan's wife. They've been married for about eight weeks. Amy congratulates them, and is clearly on the verge of tears. Alan at least has the discretion to get out of there. Amy Brenneman does a fantastic job of looking shattered as she grabs her purse and walks away from her basket. Commercials.
It's now morning in L.A., and Addison walks into the private practice's very fancy coffee room, where she finds Amy, Francie, and Kellerman all preparing fancy espresso drinks. Kellerman awkwardly offers Addison a drink, but Addison is all business. It turns out that Grace has a very serious condition that has caused the placenta to become abnormally attached to the uterine wall. This makes delivery extremely dangerous for both mother and infant. And to top it off, the baby is definitely Grace's, not Nina's, although there's still no indication who the father is. Addison wishes them luck with this serious case, because she's now headed for the beach. But Kellerman tells her they need someone to break the news to Grace. He would do it, but he has "low people skills with anybody over 12." Amy: "It's true. An internet hooker just stole his car." I kind of like how mean these people are. My new plan would be to bring Cristina, Callie, and Bailey to this show and just dump Grey's Anatomy. Kellerman yells at Amy for airing his dirty laundry in front of the woman with whom he's trying to flirt, and then awkwardly tells Addison that the internet hooker only borrowed his car.