The next day Cooper and Dell make their house call to Addison's patient's house. The little girl answers the door, because THE PLAGUE OF DEMON CHILDREN IS SPREADING. Her mom went to give her a hug and ended up in very uncomfortable premature labor! THE CHILDREN WILL KILL US ALL! It's like an episode of Supernatural but with a far less attractive cast.
Oh shit, Charlotte and I are thinking the exact same thing: Why is Naomi talking to Charlotte about wheelchair sex? Naomi meekly defends her choice by pointing out that Charlotte is the only sexologist in the building. Charlotte and I point out that THERE ARE OTHER BUILDINGS. I mean, really? Maybe Naomi's personal tragedies have inspired agoraphobia or something. BUT, this does not explain why she is not looking this shit up on the internet. I mean, good grief, this is why Al Gore invented the internet. Also, why is she talking about getting funky with Dr. Fife when 1) she has a boyfriend and 2) does she actually know Fife is interested? And does having a boyfriend mean nothing to anyone on this show? Like Addison and Sam pretending their lil pals are merely placeholders. Anyway, Naomi tells Charlotte the nature of the injury and then Charlotte suggests asking Dr. Fife. Which is coy and almost funny. Naomi crumbles under the Gitmo like pressure of Charlotte's raised eyebrow and confesses to wanting to have sex with Dr. Fife. Charlotte smiles, hands her a pamphlet helpfully titled "Sex with the Disabled" and sends her out the door.
Addison is going shades of Yellow Wallpaper crazy with Lucas and, seriously, it might be time to consider WAKING UP PETE because honestly she is mere moments away from tucking Lucas into the microwave and mixing up a martini. Instead she climbs fully clothed into the bathtub with him. BECAUSE THAT IS NORMAL. Speaking of completely normal things, Dell and Cooper are helping the woman deliver her baby on the kitchen floor. Of course it is not just a regular old easy delivery, because THE EVIL BABY IS STUCK. It won't come out no matter how hard his mother pushes. Undoubtedly this is somehow the mother's fault.
At the hospital, both parties and their lawyers and doctors and Charlotte are all gathered over the comatose woman for the judge to make her decision. Frankly, the woman really makes a centerpiece that POPS. Martha Stewart would be proud. The judge has listened to all the arguments and has made her ruling: The surrogate shall live so the babies can gestate. If this was Supernatural, Dean would throw holy water at the judge just to make sure she wasn't possessed because when demon seed are involved it would be a possibility. Just sayin'. Obviously the parents are happy, but Billy Riggins is miserable. Especially because the judge adds that he will be barred from the room for the rest of the gestation period. Just looking after the babies! Don't want Billy Riggins getting any ideas! The parents look sort of gloaty while Billy Riggins is protesting that he can't be banned from seeing his dying wife for two months. The judge (who is now rather obviously possessed by the demon spawn) insists that Billy Riggins stay away from his wife. Charlotte and her real life human feelings look uncomfortable.