Rain, rain go away. Come back... like, never.
Addison thought she left cloudy skies behind her in Seattle when she moved to sunny L.A. But the rain has followed her south and has fouled her mood.
In a fouler mood is Pete, who stands in the pouring rain yelling at... a grave?
In the foulest of moods is Naomi, whose daughter, Maya, has chosen to spend a week at her father Sam's place. In the parenting wars, apparently Sam has "won." Luckily, to improve Naomi's sour disposition, Dell has baked an enormous, sweet chocolate cake.
[break]As for Oceanside’s patients, Cooper treats a blue little girl. No, not “blue” like she’s depressed. She literally has blue skin. Some kind of toxin must have caused this bizarre reaction.
Violet counsels Doug, a meek married man who, after three years of therapy, has finally grown the backbone to tell his wife Karen he wants a divorce.
Doug runs home to do the deed and returns minutes later with Karen, who is bleeding profusely from her nose. Yikes, did he pop her one, too?
[break]Meanwhile, Addison treats Kathleen, a young newlywed who can’t have sex. Odd thing is she’s never had sex. Well, that floored us! She’s a 35-year-old virgin who can’t get it on with her husband Jeffrey, aka Mr. Right.
Kathleen has vaginismus, a constant muscle spasm that causes constant pain "down there." But, a couple muscle relaxers should do the trick.
The next day, it's still raining, Addison is still in a foul mood and Kathleen still can't have sex. Pete offers some of his holistic therapy, but Addison wants to stick with what she knows: Science.
Also, Naomi is still upset over “losing” her daughter to Sam, but Dell keeps the cakes on coming. What’s up with her? Can’t she see she’s just burying her emotional pain under a vat of frosting?
[break]Karen, with her bleeding now under control, gives Violet a piece of her mind. How dare she judge their marriage when all she hears is Doug’s side of the story! During the rant, Karen coughs blood all over Violet's face—Eww, gross!—and passes out.
Karen is diagnosed with Wegener's Disease. And she almost died. Doug acts like that's a relief, but it's obvious he's lying. That wuss is going to get bullied into staying with her.
Cooper finally uncovers what’s been turning his patient’s skin blue. The little girl has been playing in a shed where open bags of fertilizer have been poisoning her with ammonia nitratre.
Pete eventually opens up to Addison about his wife. Although his marriage stunk, he still loved her. Back at her grave, Pete yells at her for all the things she did that made him mad in life. It's a cathartic moment. Maybe he's not such a slippery ladies' man as we always thought.
Doug seems happy—in a weird way—to stay with Karen. He doesn't love her anymore, but he's at peace that he's staying with her by his own choice.
And Kathleen and Jeffrey? Pete's voodoo did the trick. They excitedly run into Oceanside to tell everyone that they've had sex. Now, if only Naomi can break that cake addiction...