Naomi vents to Addison about Maya, but Addison says Naomi would be hard-pressed to find someone who knows less about functional parent-child relationships, since the Captain wants to spend time with her but doesn't know how. She says he lectures about surgery and she pretends not to know. She wants to send him home and let him and Bizzy clink around in that empty house in WASPy silence. Naomi says you start to have doubts in an empty house, and she hopes she's doing the right thing. Addison says she is. The Captain interrupts and asks if he can observe Addison's surgery on the baby brain. She's surprised and keeps eating Nae's chocolates as she tells him yes.
Coop's talking to Shimmon, who talks about how busy they are with kids, but that the Torah tells them to be fruitful so they can't use birth control. He says he loves his wife and they both like to ... you know. Cooper wonders what if they could find something that's not technically birth control. Shimmon says they've chosen to be faithful to the Torah: "Who would we be fooling?"
Addison finds Violet in the break room and says people are unpredictable. Violet thinks this is going to be bad, but Addison goes on that she's surprised that the Captain did something nice. She says he never went to a single recital or tennis match, but now he wants to watch her surgery. You can tell she's sort of giddy about it, and Violet agrees it's great. Addison's interrupted by a call from Pete, and leaves. Charlotte enters and wonders what's wrong with Violet. She says nothing; she's normal; she did something normal. Charlotte congratulates her, but Violet's not done talking about herself. She says she slept with someone and it was normal. She blah-blah-blahs about it and says the Captain, and asks if she just said his name. Violet says it was good, and Charlotte smartly says, "Except for the part where you committed adultery with your friend's father." Cooper interrupts and says they need a rabbi.
Sam and Naomi have a parenting debate. He thinks they need to give Maya room, but she wonders if that's room to roll around on the couch with a boy named Dink. Sam says they don't know what Dink's like, and when Naomi tries to explain graphically where Dink had his hands, Sam won't let her. Nae asks if Sam remembers what he was like when he was that age and he looks at her knowingly. She says, "Oh, yeah, well, you're not a good example." Are we supposed to know that Sam didn't have regular teenage hormones? Nae says Dink is a scruffy little hormone. He's not that scruffy. Sam says he'll talk to Maya. Naomi thinks yelling's fine, too. Sam thinks Maya needs to know she can trust them, but Naomi says she needs to know she can't cross them. Sam says, "Tough, but fair." Naomi tells him to channel her when in doubt. He says, "That's worked out well" under his breath as she leaves and then adorably looks over to make sure she didn't hear.