Clea's meeting with Sheldon, telling him she'll just drive to her sister's wedding in San Francisco. See? This is dumb. They should have had it be farther away, because someone this afraid of flying would have just driven from L.A. to San Francisco in the first place, I think. It should have been in New York or at least, like, Portland. He says she wants to fly, though, so he wonders what triggered her yesterday in their attempt to fly. She says it was when he grabbed her arm, because that's what the woman next to her did on the plane too -- "the woman I killed." Okay, this is stupid. In a plane crash, people die, but that's not their seatmates' fault. And this all just feels so manufactured. I mean, I realize it is but it feels like it more than usual. I hate that, and I've begun to expect more from this show, which is probably a mistake on my part. Anyway, more drama means ... commercials.
Sam and Addison have called everyone, but can't find Elisha and Esau. Addison says they should have talked to Elisha more after telling her she couldn't take her baby to Kenya, and Sam's like, "You're saying I scared her?" Addison says that's not what she said. Sam's going to call immigration, but Addison says they're not the police. Wait, is this the same woman who wouldn't break the law for Cooper's patient? The conversation turns to Vanessa, of course. She says he's just dating her because she works on babies, which he knows will get to her, and he says he knows she's jealous, but she doesn't get to be since she made her choice. She begs him not to call immigration, but he just walks out.
Clea's crying to Sheldon about the plane crash. She saw the wing hit the ground, then smoke, then fire, then screaming. She unbuckled her seatbelt and didn't help the woman get hers undone even though she was screaming, "Help me, please!" She ran instead of helping. Okay, maybe she did sort of kill the woman. Although Sheldon doesn't agree with me, so I must be wrong. But Clea says she can't talk her way or breath her way out of this one. She leaves and says to tell Violet she quits.
Fife and William are measuring their penises the only way they know how, which is to argue about something from New England Journal of Medicine about an experimental treatment that would allow people like Fife to walk, no matter how bad their injury. Naomi comes in and looks concerned, as William storms out. Naomi scolds Fife, who says he doesn't like being patronized. She asks what he has against him, because she's dumb, and Fife turns and says William White doesn't know Naomi; she's just a trophy in his case. He says he read that you shouldn't put down the competition when you're fighting for the girl you love, so he'll bring it back to him. He says he knows he's abrasive and snide, but she makes him a better person. Then he wheels away as Naomi looks shocked. SHOCKED! Because this wasn't the thing that was obviously going to happen since the first time we saw him.