Dr. Naomi Bennett
Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery
Dr. Pete Wilder
Dr. Violet Turner
Dr. Cooper Freedman
William "Dell" Parker
We learn that Dell was abused as a child, but it is not explained any further.
For a patient that had a parent with Huntington's disease and wants to be tested, he/she needs to have a psychological evaluation before even having the test.
The mud on Charlotte's forehead keeps changing between shots.
Music featured in this episode:
Turn My TV On by Van Hunt - The song plays at the beginning of the episode. Naomi prepares for her date, Addison greets a drunk Pete at the door, and Dell does his morning routine.
Lord, How Long? by Tom McRae - The song plays as Cooper gives his testimony. Marlyn looks for comfort in Sam. Sam discusses the case with Cooper outside of the courthouse.
All We Are by Matt Nathanson - The song plays as everyone gathers for drinks at Sam's house and the episode comes to an end.
Addison: Angie, you have a disease and you will die, thats the truth. Hiding it from Ray is not going to change that. But the bigger truth, the better truth, is that you are alive now. You're living and you should get, you should get everything that life has to offer. You should get what you want. You should get to have a child and a family, and Ray. Just because you're sick doesn't mean you don't get to live your life! Go home, tell Ray the truth, tell him what the future is and let him decide. A person should get to have a whole life.
Addison (about Charlotte): Fascinating. She's been here all night?
Pete: She snores...
Naomi: God, asleep, she looks almost harmless.
Addison: Like a sleeping tiger.
Pete: Don't wake the tiger.
(Pete knocks on Addison's door)
Pete: Cooper and I are next door at Sam's playing poker and having some drinks. I thought you'd wanna join us. Wanna join us?
Addison: You're a little bit drunk.
Pete: And you, too, could be a little bit drunk.
Addison: You're drunk and you're flirty. Go away.
Pete: Or... I could come in, and we could actually get to know one another outside of work. You're attracted to me. You admitted it.
Addison: Yeah... Well, I'm not attracted to you anymore. Good night, Pete.
(Addison closes the door)
Pete: You're attracted to me right now.
(Addison is discussing a patient who may have Huntington's Disease with Violet and Cooper)
Addison: Can you imagine? I mean, she finds the perfect guy, she's got a great marriage, they want kids. She was living the dream.
Violet: Not everybody has that dream.
Cooper (to Addison): Violet doesn't believe in children.
(Violet begins to protest)
Cooper (clarifying): She acknowledges that they exist, because they scream in her restaurants, that's about it.
(Pete sighs and paces outside his office, looking anxious. Addison approaches)
Addison: Shouldn't you be in there administering your healing touch?
Pete: Shush. It might be asleep.
(Addison bursts out laughing)
Pete: You're enjoying this, aren't you? Seeing me tortured.
Addison: Mmm. It is satisfying.
(Charlotte leaves Pete's office and bumps into Addison, who is also leaving for the night)
Addison: So you're a convert now.
Charlotte: Ha. Just covering my bases.
Addison: Well, I am sure Pete appreciates your gratitude.
Charlotte: Pete doesn't need it. He congratulates himself enough for all of us.
(Addison lets out a small laugh)
Charlotte: But damn. The man has good hands, doesn't he?
(Charlotte walks away, leaving a pensive looking Addison)
(Addison approaches Pete as he stands staring out at the ocean)
Addison: Charlotte King says you have good hands
(Pete looks at her, slightly bemused. Addison laughs)
(Addison moves in to kiss him. Pete kisses back, passionately. Sam walks outside and notices them)
Sam: Oh... uh. I...well, okay...
(Addison and Pete stop kissing)
Addison: It's okay. I was just...
Sam (shaking his head, indicating that he doesn't need to hear it): No, no, no, no
Addison: Just um...
Pete: Having some fun?
(She wipes her lipstick off Pete's mouth)
Addison: I don't want fun. And a person should get what she wants
Pete: What does that mean?
Addison: Goodnight, Pete
(Addison turns to walk away)
Pete: What does that mean? You can't just kiss a person and...
(Addison twists back to face him)
Addison (more firmly): Goodnight, Pete.
(She walks away, smiling, leaving a confused Pete staring after her. Sam walks past him again)
Sam: You in it now, man.
Naomi: You do a lot for the practice
Dell: You are the practice. You keep it running; the way you deal with the patients, the way you care. Your dream is what started it in the first place.
Naomi: And Sam's.
Dell: And Sam's.
(Dell moves in closer to Naomi)
Dell: But I do it for you.
Sam: Well, it's not Marilyn.
Cooper: Why? Because she's funny? Because she's a writer? There's a historically stable group.
An exchange between the two as they discuss a potential child abuse case.
Pete: This is the good stuff.
International Air Dates:
Belgium: Thursday, February 28, 2008 on VijfTV
Saudi Arabia: Tuesday, March 11, 2008 on ShowSeries
Germany: Wednesday, March 26, 2008 on Pro Sieben
Sweden: Friday, April 11, 2008 on TV4
Israel: May 20, 2008 on YES Stars 1
Denmark: June 25, 2008 on Kanal 5
Norway: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 on TV2
United Kingdom: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 on Living
Australia: Sunday, September 14, 2008 on Channel 7
The Netherlands: Monday, October 6, 2008 on Net 5
Finland: Tuesday, October 7, 2008 on MTV3
Latin Amerida: Monday, December 8, 2008 on Sony Entertainment Television
Weekly rank: #25
This is the first episode the title of which is "In Which Charlotte ..."
This is the second episode the title of which is "In Which ..." someone other than Addison.
Title: In Which Charlotte Goes Down the Rabbit Hole
"Down the Rabbit Hole" is a reference to Lewis Carroll's "Alice Through the Looking Glass" where the white rabbit goes through the rabbit hole and Alice follows.
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