Oceanside. Cooper and Violet bring Bride to the lobby, where Flaccid says he's still pissed and humiliated. Bride apologizes and he says he never wanted to see her again. She says, "But?" He says he looks at her and he's not ready to walk away. BECAUSE HE'S AN IDIOT, like everyone else on this show. He says he loves her, and she hugs him happily. Charlotte tells him to keep off his penis for a couple days. They get in the elevator together, and Coop asks what just happened here. Charlotte says she guesses he didn't want to give up on her, and wonders if anyone wants to go eat after this long night. Coop goes to get his stuff, and Violet tells Charlotte that was a good thing she did getting Flaccid to give Bride another chance. How is that a good thing? Am I confused about the rules of marriage? Couldn't they get it annulled since they hadn't consummated it and it was based on lies? And how is it good for him to be okay with that? Anyway, Charlotte wonders if there's no privacy here -- which there should be, you know, since it's called Private Practice and all. Violet asks if Cooper knows Charlotte was married. She says she wasn't, and Violet asks why she doesn't believe her. Charlotte tells her to let it go. Cooper comes back and Violet pretends to have work and can't go eat.
Back in the car, where they have kept Ever instead of transferring her to the medical helicopter, Addison's still trying to revive her. Sam points out it's been 20 minutes, and Ever's dead. Addison won't accept it, and then she finally does and then totally loses it, crying and hugging Ever but then saying she wants out of the car and then screaming and flailing that she wants out. Someone starts to cut through the metal as she cries. She and Sam are all bloody and dirty when they carry the baby into the hospital later, into Jake's room. He looks happy and holds his baby and smiles, then they tell him what happened (though we can't hear it; we just get Juliette Comagere's "The Big Middle," which somehow makes this episode much less hateable. As Jake cries, the camera zooms in on Addison's sad face.