Charlotte confronts Cooper at the hospital. She's on to the kidnapping and he's aiding and abetting. He tells her to stay out of it. She's already called the cops. She wants to save his ass from losing his license. He runs off to Evan's room. Tells the dad what he needs to do to keep him healthy, and gets the father/son out before they get caught. Advising little Ethan/Evan to keep reading. Oh, and don't die!
Violet stares vacantly into Pete's empty office, as he sneaks up behind her and asks if she's looking for him. She lies and says no. He thanks her for the talk. They make eyes at each other. They awkwardly sidestep each other. Some sexy music starts playing as he excuses himself. Subtle. She looks all hot and bothered, then she turns and follows him into his office. They decide to finish their conversation, and by that, I mean grope each other against his credenza. At which point Meg walks in. Sees them making out. And then promptly walks out. Pete races after her. He claims he didn't mean to hurt her, but it is too late, and she leaves.
Addison is in the kitchen swilling coffee from Charlotte's practice. They even have pre-printed cups. Fancy. I would have expected mugs, but whatever. I think maybe that Addison should be introduced to Starbucks. The coffee is pricey, but she's loaded, and it doesn't come with the guilt of stealing from your nemesis. They could send Dell on coffee runs, since he's clearly got absolutely nothing else to do. Anyway, Naomi walks in and wants to talk to her and Sam. She's decided to consult with Wyatt. They say it is wrong. She wants to be inspired. She feels like she's lost something since she nearly ran the practice into the ground. Sam sums up the whole episode, saying this is just one step in the wrong direction -- they've got people treating hookers, helping kidnappers, teaching girls to lie to get treatment. They don't need Naomi selling out on top of all that. He thinks she has principles, and loves her job, but yet is happy to go help someone who wants to see their practice go under. And then he says Wyatt is just an egomaniac who wants to get recognition and doesn't care about his patients (which is kind of how they had Sam written in the beginning of this series with his charming ways and his popular book.) Sam gets all tense and then storms off. Addison reluctantly dumps out her coffee. She agrees that it is hard to stop doing something once you start.