Back in court, Sheldon's on the stand describing ways that PTSD manifests itself. Frances Fisher asks if he's treated Violet for PTSD, and he says he hasn't because of being her friend and almost Lucas's father. When he explains Violet was sleeping with Pete while dating him, Violet (wearing a purple turtleneck and gray sweater) closes her eyes, like that will make him stop talking. He unwittingly reveals that Violet didn't know Pete was the father when she turned him over to him. Long story short, he hasn't treated Violet, as that would be a breach of ethics. Frances Fisher asks if he thinks Violet has PTSD. Her lawyer objects, since he wasn't called as an expert or as Violet's psychiatrist. The judge says he doesn't have to answer it, but he does anyway. He suspects she does suffer from PTSD. Violet looks at him blankly, and I'm not sure if she's mad. ... Cut to the courtroom hallway, where Violet (in her white shirt and black jacket) comes out to hug Naomi and thank her for being here. Naomi apologizes for encouraging Addison to be there for Lucas when Violet couldn't. Violet just thanks her, and Naomi says they're going to fight this and she's going to get her son back. In the background, Addison's wearing a dark dress, tan jacket, with her hair up.
Violet's doctor calls Little Shephard, as Addison's wearing the blue dress, hair down she was wearing when Dell testified and when she talked to Pete in the morning. Little Shephard is there to talk about the actual, physical brain activity during PTSD. She says there is evidence PTSD is a physical disease, which means it's treatable. She'd suggest beta-blockers, which would take away the response from the memories and fix the condition. She also says that lots of people get it -- war vets, victims of abuse -- and we're not trying to take away their kids. She finishes with, "Give the woman back her child," which is one of many moments where the writers of this episode took it a step too far. At Addison's that evening, Pete tells Little Shephard she's not welcome there anymore, but she tells him "screw you, and this is Addison's house." Little Shephard and Pete get into a huge fight, until Pete storms out, saying he'll be at his house. Little Shephard asks Addison what she's doing, and she says, "It's his child." Little Shephard thinks maybe Pete's the one with PTSD. Why is she here, and will she please go away soon?