Violet reluctantly accepts Pete's invitation to dinner. Okay, she wasn't really all that reluctant to spending some time with her recently less-estranged husband. It's just like old times during dinner. Things go so well that the two of them end up in bed together. Told ya it was just like old times. Pete thinks they are back together now, but Violet puts the kibosh on his plans to go away for the weekend. She still wants to do the work to straighten out their relationship. Needless to say, Pete is bummed.
Sam offers to watch Henry when Addison comes up nanny-less on her first day back at work, but has a bit of an attitude about it after the fact. This doesn't stop him from watching Henry again when the nanny cuts out early. In other baby news, Amelia is optimistic when she feels a kick. Jake helps her realize this doesn't really change anything about her situation. Addison lets Amelia know that she'll be there for her even if that means giving her someone to hate. Later, an emotional Amelia signs the consent forms to donate her baby's organs once he's born. Jake is there to comfort her as she breaks down in his arms.[break]
Addison and Pete treat a young, pregnant woman, Reina, who wants to give birth to her baby before she's deported back to El Salvador. She wants to leave her child behind where he'll grow up as a U.S. citizen. He'll have a much better chance of survival than in her old village. It happens to be a place where Pete spent a year building a clinic. Crime and other factors have pretty much destroyed all the hard work he did.
Addison induces labor as immigration agents stand guard outside Reina's door. The baby is fine once delivered. Addy buys some time with immigration by saying the patient needs to stay in the hospital a little longer. She also realizes that Reina doesn't truly want to give up her baby. Amazingly, Pete offers to go to El Salvador to help her get settled. Violet is stunned. She begs Pete to not do this. More shocks come when Reina goes missing from the hospital with her baby. Addy seems to be okay with this turn of events.[break]
Mason has been defiant to Cooper lately. He seems to listen to Charlotte, who is still ticked at her hubby for pulling the "real parent" card on her. In other news, Cooper treats Melody, a young girl who believes she's a boy inside. Her parents don't want to hear any of this. Melody's mother is particularly insensitive to her plight. She orders Cooper and Violet to stay away from their daughter. That doesn't stop Melody from sneaking over to the office where Coop convinces Violet to have a chat with her. Their emotional conversation is interrupted when Mason stops by. He asks Melody if she's like to play. She happily joins him.
When Melody's parents arrive at the office, her mother tries to forcibly take her away. Mason yells for his dad to do something when he sees the woman is hurting Melody's arm. The confused mother ultimately breaks down in tears. Melody hugs her mom, who now can see that she's in a room filled with people who only want to help. Mason shoots his dad a satisfied smile. Later that night, father and son watch a movie on the sofa. Charlotte joins them as Cooper gives her a sincere apology for all things he said before.