Addison's introducing the bio mom and dad, Angie and Simon, to Little Shepherd. They appeal to Little Shepherd not to do the surgery, since they're so close to having their family. Little Shepherd ignores them and calls Addison out of the room to tell her she's doing the right thing. Addison says it's not for the babies, because the risk is too high. Little Shepherd says the Addison she knows would take the risk and do the surgery. She asks her if she's settling in surgery since she's settling in her personal life. She says she should be with the person she loves and not someone who doesn't love her. Addison says she's way out of line when Little Shepherd tells her she seems sad, and should be. She should want more for herself and for Kayla. It's actually sort of amazing how they made this storyline pertain to Addison's personal life even though it doesn't remotely relate.
Fife, Cooper, and Pete are out for drinks. Fife's trying to decide if it's better for Naomi to choose him and have William live or die. Pete tells him he doesn't want William to die, and Fife agrees but only because he doesn't want to compete with a ghost. Cooper tells him if William lives, he's competing with his money. So it's lose-lose, and he needs to move on. Fife moves on to Cooper's dilemma: Ten or fifteen years of life versus four year of sex. Cooper says that's not his dilemma; it's how he can keep working with Charlotte. Fife says maybe it's Cooper who needs to move on (uh, duh), but Cooper says he's moved on but he can't move away from her. Fife sticks up for Charlotte and he and Cooper end up arguing. He asks Pete if this is really what they do for fun, then says he's "moving on" and finds a pretty lady to hit on. Cooper asks Pete if he thinks it's his fault too, and all Pete does is look at him, but Cooper talks himself into being the bad guy in the breakup with Charlotte. Pete gets up to go home, since he doesn't need to move on. Right.