Addison tells Naomi about the Captain watching her surgery and how it was great and he didn't make some big speech about upholding the Montgomery name. Naomi looks uncomfortable and Addison asks what. Naomi says not to hate her, since she's her friend who slept with her brother and didn't tell her. She wants to be her friend and not keep secrets from her. Addison says, "Oh my god, Nae, you slept with the Captain." Naomi says no, she wouldn't do that, and Addison's relieved until Naomi says, "Violet did." Then she says Violet told Charlotte, who told Cooper, and Sam read it all over his face and asked Naomi about it. Addison sits down, looking defeated and beautiful. Naomi apologizes, but says she couldn't not tell her. After commercial, Pete greets them and tells Addison she looks like she needs a glass of wine. Addison says a glass of wine isn't going to help. Naomi says Addison should go, but then both Pete and Addison get paged to Eleanor.
When they get there, Eleanor's in pain and the baby's in distress. Addison says they have to go repair the defect in the uterus and then do something else. Eleanor says to please save the baby as they take her away. Ronald calls after them to save her, too. In surgery, Pete says her tissue's not as resilient as it used to be. They talk about the surgery and then things get emergent (I can tell by the beeping), as Addison calls for fluids and other things to help.
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.