Charlotte, Cooper and Violet try to figure out what to do for the Jewish couple. They talk about the options: IUD (nope). Cooper wonders how the female condom works and says something gross about it that's not funny, so I won't bother repeating it. Then Violet says they have to find something, since they can't preach abstinence. Cooper scoffs that she's, like, all about sex. With whomever, whenever, whatever the age difference. Violet glares at Charlotte, and Cooper wonders how long he has to pretend he doesn't know she slept with Addison's father. Violet says it was good for her, and he says that's great, but telling people the truth is important, which is a lesson the women in this room should learn. Charlotte pipes up that this isn't getting them anywhere with the Golds. Violet agrees it shouldn't be this difficult. Charlotte says it isn't, because there is actually a magic pill. Cooper says it's salt, water, estrogen and if it didn't say birth control on the side, they'd be fine with it. Violet thinks they should ask them to come back in.
Back in the hospital, Eleanor's okay and Pete shows them another ultrasound. It looks perfect. Ronald can't believe he almost took it away from them, but Pete tells him he didn't; when things got hard, he acted like a father. Addison says she has to go -- because she's such a professional doctor and all that she can't be in the room with someone if the word father is mentioned? Whatever. Pete follows her out of the room, and asks if she wants to talk about it. She does, but she doesn't. So she blurts it: "My father slept with Violet." Pete looks sad, and Addison says, "I know."
Sam arrives home to find a party on his balcony. Maya's in a bikini, holding hands with Dink. He comes out and yells. Another guy tells Sam he got the beer from his fridge and hopes he doesn't mind. Dink introduces himself, and Sam says he knows who he is and to get out of the house. He tells Maya to go put on some clothes. He tells everyone the party's over and not to bother cleaning up. Maya's like, "Daddy, can I just...?" He turns and yells, "This party is over!" [Taye Diggs would have made a great Mace Windu. - Zach]
Pete gets in the elevator of well-timed meetings, where Violet's already on board. He looks at her, and you can see she can see that he knows. He turns around and doesn't face her. She asks if he wants her to explain. He says no, but she does anyway. It's all about how things happen for a reason and you sometimes don't see them coming or even think they could come. She hopes he's not upset, because she's not ashamed. She's hopeful. He turns and says, awesomely, amazingly, thankfully, "Stop talking, Violet. You're talking as if I care. As if it concerns me. But what you do, I don't care anymore. I'm done." Elevator dings and he leaves. She stays on it, apparently too shaken by his actions to move. That's right. By his actions. I hate her.