Naomi (on video): Your family, whatever that means... if you're single, if you're married, if &mndash; if you have kids or if you want kids, your family should be the most important thing. And your family is the most important thing to us.
Addison: What are you doing? Naomi: I'm supporting my eating disorder. What are you doing? Addison: Oh, using handbags to fill the sexual void.
Violet (on video): Emotional health is as important as physical health. I create a safe place to talk.
Naomi: Well, I am avoiding Sam's kisses. I'm avoiding Dell's kisses. I am avoiding being kissed. I'm gonna donate my lips to chocolate. Addison: Yeah, well, the cop still hasn't called. Two weeks, no call. These lips? dry. Virgin lips untouched by man. I am having sex... with Bottega Veneta.
Addison (on video): I put my hands inside a woman's body, and I fix what's wrong. But every woman's body is different. Every woman's story is different.
Addison: You show that to all the girls? Kevin: No, just the cute ones. Mm. But I'm here now. I'm available. Addison: I have a patient. And you are just a stranger, some guy I met, you know, and I don't get blown off. I am not the kind of woman you blow off. Kevin: You have your pride. Addison: I have my pride, yes. Go away. Go S.W.A.T. something.
Molly: He'll die if you don't. He – he is dying, damn it. Addison: I'm sorry, who is dying? Eric: Our son Jason. He's 7. He has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The baby's cord blood's the only thing that can save him.
Cooper: Thank you for the update, Dr. King. Charlotte: You're welcome, Dr. Freedman.
Violet: We can touch monkeys, Cooper. We can touch monkeys. Cooper: Yeah, okay. You made that last part up. I have patients. Violet: Well, I have patients, too, and as I am seeing them, part of me will be conjuring images of touchable monkeys.
Cooper: Hey, S.T.D.s don't care about the pill. Condoms are your friend – lots of condoms. Or better yet, you know, wait. If this is the girl, you ought to enjoy the time before, because once you're on the other side, you can't go back.
Cooper: What, they're not even saying anything? They're just standing there. Sam: A test of wills. Pete: A battle of champions. Cooper: Uh-huh. Violet: You guys are so immature. Cooper: Oh, yeah? You mentioned a fistfight. Violet: That's true.
Addison: So you think that family has the right to hide important information from each other? Sometimes people hide things for good reason. Hiding things is no way to protect them. Naomi: It is when you're the one in charge.
Violet: Is that what this is about? A girl? Is there... Cooper, do you have a woman that I don't know about, a non-cyber woman? Cooper: There's no woman. Violet: Then what is it? It's bonus time. We always blow half of it on sunburns and hazy memories, Coop. Cooper: Violet, don't count on me this year.
Charlotte: Want to play naughty little schoolboy? Mistress and butler? I could be the warden, you could be my prisoner.
Cooper: How about... boyfriend and girlfriend? Charlotte: Damn it, Cooper. You really know how to dry a girl up.
Cooper: So... maybe you should just go. Charlotte: I'm wearing crotchless panties, Coop.
Cooper: No, no. no. I am not your toy. There's a lot of other things I could be doing, you know, better things. I could be traling. I could be touching monkeys in Mnemba. Charlotte: Mnemba? Cooper: Zanzibar. And you could be with me if you weren't pathologically allergic to human relationships.
Cooper: H.I.V. – you take care of yourself, you're gonna live a long, healthy life. Dean: You knew, and all this time, you didn't tell me. I thought you were my friend. Cooper: I couldn't tell you the truth before. and now I will tell you everything you need to know, and I swear... I'll do everything I can to help you have the life you want. Dean: But you can't. It's too late. We had sex last night. It's too late.
Charlotte: You ever miss the good old days, when life and death was decided by God instead of doctors? Violet: Well, we'd be out of jobs. Charlotte: But, man, it would be good, though, to just not be in control, to just let go, let God. I could travel. I could go to Africa. I could... touch monkeys... or whatever.
Dell: You thought I – you thought I wanted to talk about us. But I get it. There is no us. So, um... daily patient schedules, phone sheets, vendor lists and my keys to the offices. Naomi: Dell, what... Dell: I quit.
Addison: Naomi's running the practice into the ground. Sam: I wasn't thinking. Addison: Something has to be done, and I can't be the one to do it. I'm new here. I haven't earned the right. And she's my best friend. Sam: Well, I'm her husband. Was. I was her husband. How I'm not anything so – Addison: Sam, something has to be done, and you have to be the one to do it. Sam: Yeah.
Sam: This money came, uh, from my personal checking account. It's $100 apiece. Uh, it's all I had to give. If... if you want more, uh, earn it. The practice is broke. We don't bill enough, we don't see enough patients and we always expect Naomi to do everything. So... we're broke, people.
Stars: Chris Lowell as William "Dell" Parker Kadee Strickland as Dr. Charlotte King Paul Adelstein as Dr. Cooper Freedman Amy Brenneman as Dr. Violet Turner Taye Diggs as Dr. Sam Bennett Audra McDonald as Dr. Naomi Bennett Kate Walsh as Dr. Addison Montgomery Timothy Daly as Dr. Pete Wilder
Guest Stars: David Sutcliffe as Officer Kevin Nelson Blake Robbins as Mark Cheryl White as Robin Amy Acker as Molly Tyler Patrick Jones as Dean Miller Drew Rausch as Eric Madison Diarra Kilpatrick as OR Nurse