Pete tells Naomi he and Addison had a fight, and Naomi tells him to give her the benefit of the doubt, since she's biased toward her best friend. William interrupts, because he wants to hear about last night and hopes Naomi doesn't hold a grudge about him sticking her with Fife. She says Fife was "persistent." He walks away, and Pete's like, "You like him." Naomi, who's obviously thinking about Fife, is like, "William? Yeah. We're dating." Pete asks how well he knows him, and she says, "Well enough. Why?" No reason. At Oceanside, Sam and Addison are talking in the break room about whether she talked to Pete yet, when Naomi walks in. They look at her, and she pauses as if it doesn't look innocent, but they're standing two feet from each other. Naomi actually says, "What?" And Addison says she and Sam were discussing a case. Why lie? They were talking about Pete. Naomi says she wants to talk to her about some William-Fife stuff, but Sam gets a page about Kayla, so they head to the hospital. When they arrive, Vanessa and Kayla's husband are there. The husband's freaking out, wondering if his wife's going to be okay. Addison asks for an OR to be prepped so she can reduce the pregnancies and try to save Kayla.
Cooper is with Maggie's parents and they are watching through some sort of observation window as Sheldon asks Maggie all about Eli. Her dad doesn't like this, and thinks Sheldon's making her say what he wants to hear. He wants to be in there with her, but Cooper says there's no agenda. In the room, Maggie tells Sheldon that Eli gets to decide what they do. She tells him that Eli's angry and doesn't want her to tell him about the bad stuff, but he promises he won't let Eli hurt her. So she tells a story about how Eli got jealous of her cat, Munchy, so he made her put Munchy into the lake. She put him underwater until he died. Her mom breaks down pretty early in this story, but her dad tries not to. I have to say, as stupid as I think this storyline is, the young girl's acting is pretty great. The dad's, however, is not. He cardboards, "I am not locking up my daughter. I want this STOPPED."