Charlotte's unique personality is just part of the reason she and her hubby get booted out of a birthing class. That type of thing isn't for them. However, having sex in the bathroom just outside the classroom is right up their alley. These two were made for each other. They do, however, have a difference of opinion as to which religion they'll be raising their girls under.
Cooper is so ecstatic about his impending fatherhood that he only half-listens to Violet as she mourns the loss of her husband. Speaking of Violet, she is surprised to see a member of her grief group at the hospital. Gabi is a woman who is struggling with the fact that her longtime girlfriend in on life support at St. Ambrose. She's clinging to the hope that the love of her life may someday come back to her. She's also not happy when Violet brings Amelia in for another opinion on her girlfriend's situation.
Violet apologizes for overstepping the boundaries of her new friendship. Gabi asks Violet if Pete was the love of her life. That's a tough one to answer since her deceased husband was so difficult and complicated. Yes, Pete was, indeed, the love of Violet's life, but she feels a little relieved that he's gone. Gabi, on the other hand, just wants her love back. Still, she gathers up the strength to finally let go with her friend, Violet, right by her side.