Addison walks into Francie's office and busts her for working with her ex-husband. Hmmm. Francie insists that they're still friends: "We stayed friends, even after we got divorced. It's very healthy. We're healthy." Addison asks what happened to the marriage, but Francie isn't going to spill: "Addison, you and I were close in med school. That was a long time ago." Addison clearly thinks they were much better friends than that. Francie: "You got fat. Your hair looks hideous. And you're getting really, really ugly." Addison denies each of these obvious lies, and then tells Francie, "Awww, I've missed you too." The tension is broken, and Francie asks Addison why she really showed up at her doorstep. Addison notes that Francie is a fertility specialist, and leaves it at that. Francie: "You want to have a baby?" Addison: "I want to have a baby." I want to have a beer. And this is the perfect time for it, since we've finally arrived at some commercials.
Seattle Grace. Bailey pulls back a curtain around a bed in the clinic. We hear the sound of hiccups, and then see that the patient is Susan, Meredith's stepmother. Bailey wonders if Susan is looking for Meredith, but she's really looking for medical care. I assumed the clinic would be for people who don't otherwise have access to medical care. I'm guessing that Susan has some kind of insurance, so her presence here is pretty contrived. She tells Bailey that she has acid reflux disease and that it's causing her to have uncontrollable hiccups. Bailey suggests a particular drug, one that's normally used as an anti-psychotic medication but that also appears to stop hiccups. Bailey gives Susan a shot, and Susan asks how Meredith is doing. With the big intern exam approaching, Meredith has been so busy that she hasn't been returning Susan's calls. Bailey quite pointedly does not answer Susan's questions, and Susan surprises herself when she realizes that her hiccups have stopped.