The song continues as we're in Cooper and Charlotte's bed. The camera zooms in on her as she tells him she has something to tell him. Then we are on a close-up of a crib with a baby in it and the camera pans up past a hand with a drink to Pete's face. Then Violet's sitting alone in her office. She looks out the window into what appears to be the L.A. morning. Another close-up of Addison's face, now clean and lying on her balcony. Sam hands her a drink, and says he knows it's a bit early for Scotch. She takes it and says it's 5 o'clock somewhere. She asks if he remembers when medicine was simple, and they could save people's lives, and bad things didn't happen. He says bad things always happen. She looks at him and says, "So... me and you?" He says she never answered his question, and she asks what he thinks. He says he doesn't know if they even had chemistry. He says he was just a geek who had a crush on the hot girl. She's like, "I was the hot girl?" He says yes, she was hot, and she says he wasn't a geek. I would like to point out that she is still hot, but he? Is much, much hotter. He leans in and they kiss. I scream and throw things, and he stops and tells her she's no Naomi. She say he's no Derek. They laugh. But I can't tell what it means. I hope it means they now realize why they didn't ever happen, because they chose the person better for them. If it means anything other than that, I will hate this show so much. Bring Bailey back and let Sam do some making out with her, please. Addison doesn't need to have everyone and everything ever, and then freaking pout about it. I'm so sick of that.
Next week: Fife's back. Addison's dad's here, and she's not liking it. Cooper's arrested for supposedly knowing something about some kids who've run away. He looks beaten up, and Charlotte looks sad. Still no sign of Naomi.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, thinks this show is trying to get people to never go hiking again. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.