Sloan's apparently wandering the building, since he finds Pete with Lucas in Pete's office at Pacific Wellcare. He wonders if Pete's seen Addison, but Pete hasn't recently. Mark asks if that's his son, and Pete says yeah. Sloan can't believe Naomi's cool with him bringing his kid to work, then he says this is all about him (see why he and Addison are perfect for each other?) because he's about to have a baby. Or, you know, his daughter is but she's young and will need help. Then he says he doesn't think he's held a baby other than during his peds rotation, so Pete lets him hold Lucas. Mark looks freaked and awkwardly says, "Hi" to Lucas. Then he says, "Wow, you're cute." Pete sits down, exhausted.
Back in the conference room, Charlotte and Cooper are still fighting. She asks if he thinks it's her favorite hobby to sit around dreaming up ways to emasculate him. He says it was humiliating of her to buy him into the practice without asking; it made him less of a man. She says he made himself less of a man by spending all of his money. She wants to start over after saying that, but he says this is actually good that she's finally opening up. He says he's always there for her, but all she wants to do is screw and not talk. She says he's the pot calling the kettle back, because all he knows how to do is screw. But he says he's a whole person with friends and a practice full of patients, and what does she have? She scornfully says, "You." He tells her not to say that like it's an insult, because he's not the freak who got fired for being heartless. She says no, he's the freak who needed her to bail him out, which proves she's not heartless. He says she's such a bitch that she can't let it not be about the money. She says she does what she has to do to get things done, so what if she doesn't go all crybaby. He says it's not about crying; it's about being a normal woman for once. She says it's not her fault he's not a man. He says he's full of hatred right now, and she tells him to join the club.