Pete enters Violet's office; he wants her professional advice. She makes him leave the door open. Which doesn't seem very patient/doctor like, or professional for that matter. Pete is upset because Meg knows something is up. Violet thinks that he shouldn't own up to cheating if he wants to stay with Meg. It's mean and unnecessary and he needs to suck up his guilt. That's if he wants to stay with Meg. But she totally gives him that, "if you don't want to stay with Meg I'm available" look. This is also known as "desperate" face.
Naomi goes chasing after Wyatt, demanding to know why he ambushed her and why he picked her in the first place. He researched and she's the best. He likes to win and he demands nothing but the best. It's not his ego (but it is), he just wants to change the world. Doesn't Naomi want to break new ground too?
Addison visits Carly. She wants her to quit her call girl gig, but Carly needs the cash, so she's going back to it, soon as she stops looking like a Mac Truck hit her in the face. She wants to go to school debt free. She wants to be just like Addison. Addison thinks she needs a different job, but Carly's tasted the beauty of fast cash for sex and she's not going back to waitressing. Then she gives Addy some shit for never having to deal with student loans (which are indeed a bitch). Addy has no right to tell her what to do since she's never had to make a choice like this. Addison wants to call her parents, but she can't because she's over 18.
Cooper and Addison talk about their ethical dilemmas. Should he rat out the well-meaning father and get a good guy tossed in jail? She wants to know if she should turn her call girl in to her parents to save her life. Cooper says that we can't judge someone's actions; it is their life to lead. Profound. Truly.
Naomi tells Violet that she's going to do something bad. Does Violet see patients, or does she just dispense advice to the nutjobs running around this practice all the time? Violet wants to know if she slept with Wyatt. Uh, not everyone jumps into bed with people they work with. Violet's got sex on the brain. Naomi's tempted to consult on a case, but wants to know if that is the wrong decision. Violet waffles for like 15 minutes and then finally says "I don't know," leaving a perplexed Audra McDonald wasting her Tony-winning talent for yet another night. They could at least have had her sussing out this dilemma in song.