The Doctors of Oceanside Wellness find a new promotional video for the practice playing. We’re amused by the cheese factor this video gives off. The only thing the doctors care about is how this expensive video might cut into their impending bonuses.
Naomi tells Addison that the video may have cost a lot, but insists Oceanside must "spend money to make money." As they argue back and forth, they’re interrupted by a distressed Dell. Since Naomi assumes he only wants to talk about his affection for her, she shoos him off. Ouch.
[break]Violet intercepts Cooper about their “Annual Bonus Vacation." Cooper isn’t sure he can go this year, but doesn’t reveal why. We find that “None of your business, Violet” always works for us.
Cooper also struggles with his new girlfriend, Charlotte. She wants to keep their affair private, but he wants to take their relationship to a deeper emotional level. Her response? “Get back on top of me or keep talking and watch me walk out.” So, he gets back on top. Wow, Coop’s a tad bit whipped ain’t he?
[break]Believing Officer Kevin Nelson is out of her life, Addison tells Pete that now she’ll think about going on a date with him. So, naturally, Officer Kevin comes back to Oceanside. And in short order, Pete gets shut down by Addison. We don’t want to say that we saw that coming, but... we totally saw that coming!
Addison then meets Molly and Eric Madison, a couple who conceived their new fetus to help their eight-year old son, who is suffering from Leukemia. Six months along, they insist on a premature birth in order to get their son the help he needs right now.
Faced with a tough decision, Addison confronts Naomi, who admits she did select an embryo match for the Madisons, but believed it was for a procedure further down the road. Addison explains to her that the interim donor has pneumonia, leaving the sick boy in a dire situation.
[break]Cooper faces another difficult choice. Dean, a 14-year-old boy, tells him that he’s ready to have sex. But what Dean doesn’t know is that he’s HIV-positive, a fact that his parents want to keep hidden from him.
Does Coop break the parents’ trust and tell Dean that he’s sick, or does he break doctor-patient confidentiality and tell the parents their son’s intentions? We don’t envy him this decision.
[break]After observing Molly's sick son, Addison refuses early delivery like any good doctor should. Privately, Naomi tells Addison that she received eighty grand in cash for the matching embryo. Addison is stunned when Naomi reveals that without more money the practice is finished.
Violet begins to suspect that Cooper is seeing a real, "non-cyber" woman. Sherlock Holmes, you’ve got competition!
Also, Cooper continues to want to tell others of his forbidden love with Charlotte. But when she says that what they have isn't serious, Cooper finally grows a pair and kicks her to the curb.
Then, Cooper meets with both Dean and his parents to make the difficult choice of whose secret to expose. Finally, he decides. Cooper tells Dean's parents that their son is planning on having sex with his girlfriend. Dean feels betrayed and, after learning of his HIV status, blames Cooper. Even worse, last night, Dean had sex with his girlfriend for the first time. The whole thing is moot.
[break]Molly goes into early labor and Addison delivers the premature baby.
Dell finally meets with Naomi to tell her he’s sick and tired of hiding her mistakes that will financially destroy the practice. He turns in his files, keys, and quits. Looks like all the Oceanside guys have found their man parts today! Plus, Addison tells Sam about the practice’s financial problems.
Then, Charlotte comes crawling back to Cooper. Looks like someone else is whipped, too!
Sam calls a meeting, hands everybody $100 bonuses and explains the practice is broke. He says, "From now on you look to me. Naomi is relieved of her administrative duties." A coup! Naomi silently walks out; feeling both Addison and Sam betrayed her. We’re thinking this will seriously impede her and Addie’s morning yoga together, no?