Oceanside. The docs are studying lots of images of Rebecca's insides. Addison says she believed Rebecca because she thought she was telling the truth (tautological much?), and that inspires her to say, "Ignore the files. Ignore all the preconceptions, and let's look at the facts as if everything Rebecca has told us is the truth." They take turns noting that, if the hospital missed whatever was wrong with her and diagnosed her as crazy, then they could have interpreted all her subsequent symptoms as more craziness. So they rap about the various symptoms, and Sam asks whether Rebecca has had a GI camera study. She hasn't, of course, and according to the docs, "if she had an occult form of an autoimmune disease," the other tests could have missed it. I've never heard the word "occult" in a medical context before, but I'm still wondering why it didn't come up in connection with last week's little blue witches. The docs determine this is a good possibility, doing that round-robin deduction technique you see at least once an episode in the SVU squad room. They all rush out to reception, where Dell informs them that Charlotte and Mommie Dearest just left with Rebecca. "I was playing tug-of-war with the wheelchair, okay, but Charlotte is stronger than she looks," he says.
After the ad, we're at St. Ambrose, where Charlotte is making her snottiest face at Addison. "Do you know what this girl's mother will say if she finds out I ran another test without her consent?" she says. Addy wonders what Mommie Dearest would say if the test saved Rebecca's life (and the baby too). "Y'all really want me to get fired, don't you?" sighs Charlotte, answering the lingering question of whether she's supposed to have a Southern accent, or it's just creeping in accidentally. Sam tells her she can "take full credit for the fix," if it would help her save face after that whole patient-walking-out-of-the-psych-ward thing. (He doesn't mention the baby-swapping incident we learned about a couple weeks back, which presumably has the hospital's lawyers working overtime.) Charlotte takes her version of the high ground, saying that, yes, she does care about getting credit, but she cares more about helping Rebecca. "We'll set up the camera study," she promises.