As soon as Sheldon finally manages to achieve an erection, Violet relieves him of it. Sheeeesh Vi, hasty much? I think he wanted to have it bronzed. Meanwhile, she's still sleeping with Pete, too. She confesses her dirty secrets to Cooper who's all "Yay sex, boo relationships!" But when Vi gets a UTI, Addison and Naomi have a serious talk with her lady parts. Face to...er...face. Violet eventually comes clean to both men, at the SAME DAMN TIME, and loses Pete, because he's much better looking, but manages to keep Sheldon, because he's sort of creepy. Elsewhere, Naomi learns Sam is dating Sonia and that Maya has met and likes her; Charlotte's father, "Big Daddy," is dying of cancer; and Cooper's social skills need some spit and polish.
Dell introduces us to our first case of the week -- the CF Family -- made up of single Dad Daron, daughter Gracie (age 9) and son Julian (age 2). Even though Daron seems the sickest, little Gracie has tested positive for Burkholderia Cepacia. Not only is her prognosis grim, but Daron and Julian have to stay away from her, completely. They can't touch her, or be with her, or they'll die. Addison, Cooper, and Pete make plans to whisk her off to the hospital. I throw my shoe at the TV. Kevin is back at Addison's, by the way, but things are tense between them, and her attraction to Wyatt grows, particularly when he takes an interest in Gracie's case and comes up with a long-shot treatment plan that's worked on some of his cancer patients who had opportunistic pulmonary infections. When it doesn't work for Gracie, it seems like Wyatt's lost his shot with Addison, but has he?
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