Dell gets in the elevator, where Pete and Lucas are. He says he's sorry for everything, and Pete tells him it's quite a punch he has. They both smile, and then Dell gets off on his floor and asks if Pete's coming. Pete says he's just riding up and down since Lucas likes the motion. Mark and Addison are lying in bed after sex, and he says he doesn't care what Sam says; this is ideal. She asks what Sam said, and Mark says, "Nothing," but repeats that this is ideal. He says with three parents no one gets overwhelmed and everyone gets to have a life. He says this is their second chance. Addison asks him what if there wasn't a baby; would he still want to move down here, join the practice, and be with her? She says she's lonely enough to say yes if he asks again, so she needs him to not ask again if it's just heartbreak or the baby, but if it is about her, to please ask again. He doesn't ask again, of course, because he's not leaving Grey's. He says, "I'm sorry, Red," and she says she is too. Happy for that show, sad for us.
Naomi's. Betsey's playing with her stuffed animals when Dell comes in and tells her he was mad at her mom, and he made a mistake because he was scared and was trying to protect Betsey. He says it was a mistake not to let her say goodbye. He should have let them say goodbye to each other. He says he's so sorry, that grownups get scared, too, and don't always know what to do. Maya and Naomi listen from the next room as Dell cries. Betsey breaks down and says, "You should have let me." He says he knows and picks her up and holds her. In the other room, Naomi tells Maya she knows he's not always easy to talk to, but she hopes she feels like she can talk to someone: Dell or her dad or someone, because the hard stuff is easier once you let it out. Addison's lying on her balcony with her cat when Maya comes out and asks her if they can talk. Addison asks what's wrong, and tells her it's going to be okay. Maya says it's not going to be and shows Addison a positive pregnancy test.
Next week: There's drama all night, apparently, on Grey's, and then here when Sam and Naomi find out Maya's pregnant.
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