Addison's in Sheldon's office, telling him she hates her father for forcing her mother to do this by cheating on her for 40 years. She says that of course she turned to Susan. Sheldon wonders if it's possible this relationship with Susan is Bizzy's choice. Addison knows what it's like to be lonely, rejected, broken. Sheldon asks if that's how she feels, and Addison says they're not talking about her, they're talking Bizzy. Sheldon says they're actually not; they're talking about the Captain, which is interesting since she had a traumatic experience involving her mother. Addison says it's not traumatic, and then "You suck as a therapist." She wonders why she's here, and he says maybe because he's neutral, like Switzerland. She repeats that it wasn't traumatic. Sheldon says he's here to help her, but he's not sure she's focusing on the right things. Otherwise, why didn't she get off the elevator when she saw her mother. He says she might be right about both parents, but she hasn't talked to either of them. Maybe she needs to get off the elevator.
Dell's getting ice cream for Betsey, and Naomi says he should eat, too. He says he just wants this day over, to get her home, not that they have one. Naomi says they can live with her, of course. Cooper interrupts them and says Betsey's neurological exams are totally normal. He'd like to keep her another day for monitoring, but she's officially out of the woods. Naomi goes to get him food. Dell and Cooper go to Betsey's room, but the nurse says she's with Dr. Wilder. Dell starts running. Pete's preparing Betsey for what her mom's going to look like when Dell runs up and grabs her. She cries, as Heather calls for her in the room. He runs her away. Pete looks forlorn, as if this is about him. She's not Violet, and Betsey's not Lucas.