Addison's still in Sam's bed when Susan comes in to tell her they're leaving, and that Bizzy never wanted to hurt her. She says she tried to get her to leave, but Bizzy wouldn't leave her children, which should count for something. She says they're flying out at 11, and leaves. Sam comes in and tells Addison Heather died. She turns, shocked to remember that there's anything in the world that's not about her. He's going to the hospital. She gets up and says she's going with him. At the hospital, Sam, Naomi, Cooper and Addison are gathered when Violet leads Dell down the hall. They tell him how sorry they are, and he says he has to go in and tell Betsey, and she's going to want to know everything. He doesn't know what to do. Addison tells him to tell her the truth, even though it might hurt. She says, "As painful and horrible as it is," AS IF SHE KNOWS. I mean, yes, her mom's a lesbian and has secrets, but that's not comparable kind of pain to what Betsey and Dell are going through, and I hate this show for comparing them. (For the record, I think Kate Walsh is fabulous, but I wish this show wouldn't make her such a "Me! Me! Me!" protagonist.) He goes in the room and we hear him tell her Mommy didn't make it, and then Betsey screaming, "No!"
Cooper arrives back home to Charlotte (and why was she at home all this time, anyway?). She tells him she lied to him because she didn't want him looking at her the way he's looking at her now, how he's not looking at her. And she's sorry. She cries that she'll keep saying it until it's enough, and he forgives her. "Okay?" He replies, "Heather's dead." And I am annoyed that's not what she'd ask about first. He leaves and she cries. I have many problems with this storyline, the largest being that he would expect her to be upfront with him when their relationship started as being nothing more than sex.
Addison shows up at the airport, where her parents are sitting. Susan sees her, and gets up and heads to the plane. The Captain gets up, smiles sweetly at her, and leaves her alone with Bizzy. She sits down next to her. There is no huge reconciliation, other than the only way she knows: WASP. She asks if she called Wilson to complain about the service on her flight, and she didn't. Addison says she'll call and make some noise, since they wouldn't want to lose her business. Bizzy, a little bit tearful, says that would be nice; thank you. And that's about as much make-up as WASPs can manage, I think. The end. Until a big crossover event with Grey's in January.