Elsewhere, it's night when Sam, Addison, Little Shepherd, and Pete are gathered around Addison's balcony table talking about Kayla's situation. Addison says she emailed the scans to Derek, who agrees with Ginsberg that the surgery isn't doable. Little Shepherd thinks Derek and Ginsberg just don't believe in anything new or cutting-edge. She's such an edgy surgeon, guys. She should probably be covered in tattoos with some piercings so we'll get just how edgy. Pete reminds her she's talking about a woman with three babies inside her. Then Lucas cries, so Pete goes to get him. Sam stares lovingly at Addison, which Little Shepherd notices. He snaps out of it and leaves, giving Little Shepherd the opportunity to ask Addison what's up with the two of them. She sensed the tension. Addison simplifies her whole long saga with Sam and then Naomi finding them, and Little Shepherd thinks it's messy. But Addison says it's actually not, and her life is working now with Pete. Little Shepherd reminds her she can tell her the truth, since she caught her with Mark and didn't tell Derek. Wow. Good sister. Addison says she chose Pete, and he has Lucas, which is great since she can't have kids. She says the only problem is that Pete's still in love with Lucas's mother. Little Shepherd: "Oh, Addie." Addison: "So, anyway, cheers." They toast, and Little Shepherd tells Addison how much she's missed her.
On their way out of the senior center, an old couple stops Cooper and Charlotte so the guy can talk to "the gentleman." Charlotte's briefly confused to whom he's referring, but lets him talk to Cooper. The guy's embarrassed, but then admits that he and Nora have been dating and their "intimate time" has been good. He says it's been more difficult lately, but not because he can't perform. It's just become uncomfortable because of his sore pelvis, which keeps him from getting in the mood. He'd like libido pills, but Cooper think he should have an exam given his discomfort. Cooper thinks he should make an appointment to see Charlotte, and the guy's like, "With a lady?" Cooper: "She's no lady." How much is everyone enjoying talking about the old guy's pelvis and "intimate time"? Come on, we all know that old people don't have sex.