Mason isn't talking to anyone. This is fallout from the tragedy of a little boy who just lost his mom. Cooper wants to give Mason time to grieve, but Charlotte thinks it's time for him to talk. She finally gets the boy to speak up. Mason is upset because he's already starting to forget things about his mom. He knows people want things to be normal, but he doesn't feel normal. Cooper feels that Charlotte pushed Mason too hard. This leads to some tension between the two of them.
Violet and Pete are in therapy to try to save their marriage. The psychiatrist notices how polite they are with each other. He's relieved when the two of them finally blow up. He now sees hope because the ugliness he just witnessed was honest as opposed to polite. Later, Pete declares that he doesn't believe that opening old wounds is the way to go. He just wants to love Violet. That's the only thing he wants to do. Then Pete walks out of therapy. Violet actually finds this whole turn of events oddly romantic.
While shooting hoops with Sam, Jake confesses that he kissed Addison the day she got Henry. This leads to some tense moments between the two of them. After Sam lets Jake know that they both kissed Addy on the same day, the two men realize they aren't the problem here. Guess that's why they bond over their current situation. Addison is fine with this because for the first time in a long time she has exactly the man she wants. His name is Henry.