Pacific Wellcare. Pete tells Fife to go ahead and send the study application thing, because it's good. Fife says of course it is; he wrote it. Pete tells him that was some pretty good game he was throwing last night (do people actually talk like that? If so, I never want to meet them), and asks if he got the girl's number. He didn't, because he's not interested in moving on. He'd rather wait for Naomi to come back. Pete looks puzzled. Or thoughtful. At the hospital, Little Shepherd finds Addison and tells her it worked, so she was right. Addison says she wasn't right; she got lucky. She tells her she could be a great surgeon, but she's not half as good as she thinks right now. And she says that as a doctor with far more experience than her. Little Shepherd looks sad, and Addison says that, as her former sister-in-law, she should look at that, the family awake and together. She tells her she did that, and should celebrate.
At Oceanside, Nora and Oscar are in to talk about treatment options, but they want to get some advice for after, too. Cooper's glad. Charlotte tells them to get settled in the room and she'll be right in. Then she thanks Cooper for talking to him and getting him to come back. Cooper says he's sorry for being an ass to her. She says he was, but maybe they can work together after all without killing each other. He says maybe they can, so she asks him for a drink after work. He doesn't think so, so she asks if he's afraid to be friends. He says he's not afraid, so she asks what then. His response, "I don't know." Are we supposed to get anything at all from this storyline?
Sam and Vanessa talk about how great it is that Kayla's awake, and she asks why he didn't stand up for her in the O.R. when Addison shut her out. He asks what she's talking about, and she cries and tells him to just tell her if he's sleeping with Addison. He says Addison's not a factor here, and she asks what that even means. Then she asks if he loves her, and he just looks at her. She cries, "That's what I thought," and leaves him standing there. Charlotte finds Sheldon and asks how a patient can be woken up from the dead and she can't even be friends with Cooper. He misses the point and says that if Addison's patient woke up, maybe she did the right thing after all by letting Eddie go in there with her. She says no, it was the wrong thing, but it worked. But the wrong thing with Cooper turned out badly. She tells him that Cooper got the patient to come in, but wouldn't have a drink with her. Sheldon says they worked together, which is a start. She tells him to stop getting her hopes up, and he asks her how long Eddie waited for Kayla to wake up. Then he asks her to have a drink with him, since they can still be friends. Awww. I sort of love this friendship, and Sheldon. He is so much better with Charlotte than Violet. Then again, who isn't? Maybe she shouldn't come back? Just a suggestion, Shonda, but everyone knows I'm right.