Wyatt shows Naomi slides of his patient. She had a rare untreatable form of cancer that he magically fixed. Miracle! Now this woman wants to get pregnant. That's where Naomi comes in.
Cooper is on hold when Sam walks into his office. Apparently he's got nothing to do this episode besides nose around and talk to Cooper and Addison. Cooper's tracked down the serial number on Porter's insulin port and it seems to be stolen. When he finally gets a hold of the doctor who installed it, he finds out that it was originally put into a kid who has been kidnapped. Dun dun dun.
Cooper figures out that it isn't stolen, but it is the same kid. Sam wants to call the cops, but Cooper wants to talk to the kid to figure out what the situation is. If Porter were really in danger, the father wouldn't leave him alone with a doctor, who might tell him to call the cops. At least that's what Cooper reasons.
Naomi wants to know why Wyatt is suddenly giving her a patient. Seems too good to be true. And it is. Charlotte walks in and says the patient is theirs but they'd allow Naomi the opportunity to consult on this landmark case. Very big of her. She doesn't want to work for them, but they tag team her and tell her what an amazing doctor she is, what a challenge it would be and how much they really, really need her expertise.
The lobby of Oceanside Wellness is suddenly packed with college aged girls. One of the nubile young coeds approaches Sam, and asks about his book and flatters him with a heaping helping of flirting. Sam seems a bit interested; he hasn't put together the whole Addison hooker thing yet. Cooper takes one glance around the world and asks if it is college day. Better yet, they are call girls. It's like Cooper's favorite fantasy.
SWAT strolls off the elevator and asks the guys what is the deal with all the call girls. They look shocked/impressed. But it is an occupational hazard -- benefit? -- that he can recognize hookers very easily. He heads over to the kitchen, gets a kiss from Addison and then asks when she started seeing all the ladies of the night. Violet seems surprised that she agreed to this. Violet's kind of got issues with it, because they aren't dealing with the real reasons these girls became prostitutes. Money is my guess. She opposes the fact that they are just checking on their physical health. She's not pleased at how their practice has devolved. Addison doesn't think they should be so snobby. It's not like she's taking in those Hollywood Boulevard streetwalkers. SWAT informs that it doesn't matter what KIND of hooker they are. Once a whore, always a whore, basically. He's got stats. SWAT leaves her to see her patients.