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Dr. Sam Bennett
Dr. Naomi Bennett
Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery
Dr. Pete Wilder
Dr. Violet Turner
Dr. Cooper Freedman
Officer Kevin Nelson
Goof: In the opening scene in which Pete and Addison are making out there is a close-up of her foot running up the back of his leg. In it she is wearing a kicky pair of very high-heels. Just a few scenes (which we are led to assume is very shortly after their kissing encounter) later at the front desk when Pete watches Addison walk away she's in a rather boring little pair of black flats.
Music featured in this episode:
Good Thing by Fine Young Cannibals - The song plays at the beginning of the episode. Pete tells Addison that he thinks they should stop kissing. Dell enters and lets them know that patients have arrived.
You Have Been Loved by Sia - The song plays as Susan has a panic attack in the birthing tub. Addison climbs into the tub to comfort her.
A Place We Used To Know by Tim Myers - The song plays as Addison supports Susan in the tub. Sam convinces Kelly to calm down so he can deliver the baby.
Prelude by The Cinematic Orchestra - The song plays as Sam delivers Kelly's baby and Addison delivers Susan's.
You'll Come Around by Monkey - The song plays as Addison introduces the newest addition to station 422. Sam hands Kelly's baby to Damon, Susan thanks Pete for his help during the delivery, and Patrick finally disciplines his boys.
Say It's Possible by Terra Naomi -The song plays as the episode comes to an end. Cooper arrives at Addison's house, Pete arrives at Violet's, and Sam arrives back at the office to see Naomi still there.
Naomi: Hey, we need to do something about Pete. Does he know what he's doing with Addison?
Violet: What is he doing with Addison? Oh, no. Did they?
Naomi: It's imminent.
Violet: So none of my business.
Naomi: All right. It's none of my business either. Except Pete already proved he shouldn't date at work.
Violet: Maybe Addison decided to enjoy herself. Men do it all the time.
Naomi: Right. That's, that's fine.
Violet: It's empowering for women, actually. Casual sex. It can be, as long as the boundaries are clear. And I'm very, very good with boundaries, aren't I?
Naomi: Not really, no. But you're looking right through me, so I'm guessing you're not hearing a word I'm saying, so...
(Violet and Cooper are getting ready to have sex. Violet has just disrobed)
Cooper: (looks up from taking off his trousers) Oh, you're... wow, you're naked.
Violet: Yeah, it makes the sex easier.
Cooper: It's just, ah, I've never seen you naked. In the office you always have your clothes on.
Violet: Well, yeah, I try to be a professional.
(Coop stands there with his arms crossed in front of him)
Violet: (indicating to his underwear) Rip off the bandaid, Coop. I did.
Cooper: (after a long pause) Yeah... can't.
Violet: Y... you have to... you've already seen me naked.
Cooper: I know, and you're... beautiful. I'm sorry, I... thought I could but...
(Coop starts putting his clothes back on)
Violet: You can't reject me, you have low standards... you have no standards!
Cooper: It's different, Violet.
Violet: No, it's not different! I... I am offering you uncomplicated, unemotional sex.
Cooper: No! I... You're... you're not some random girl from the Internet, with you it doesn't mean nothing... it never will...
(Pete and Addison have resumed their make-out session in the supply room but are interrupted by Dell)
Addison: We... were just talking about a case...
Pete: I was... She needed a consult on the...
Dell: (points to his head) Locked. In the, uh, Dell vault. All right? Patients are here.
(Dell leaves the room. Pete and Addison start laughing)
Addison: We're in the Dell vault.
Pete: Locked in the Dell vault.
(Pete and Addison are making out in the supply room at Oceanside)
Pete: I think we should stop kissing.
Addison: (disappointed) Ohh
Pete: (suggestive look)
Pete: I mean, come on, what are we, twelve?
Addison: No. We definitely are not.
(Pete leans in for another kiss, but this time Addison stops him)
Addison: Which is why I do not want to be just another notch in your acupuncture table.
International Air Dates:
Belgium: February 28, 2008 on VijfTV
Saudi Arabia: March 18, 2008 on ShowSeries
Germany: April 2, 2008 on ProSieben
Sweden: April 18, 2008 on TV4
Israel: April 27, 2008 on YES Stars 1
Denmark: July 2, 2008 on Kanal 5
Norway: August 5, 2008 on TV2
United Kingdom: August 26, 2008 on Living
Australia: September 21, 2008 on Channel 7
New Zealand; October 6, 2008 on TV2
Finland: October 14, 2008 on MTV3
Latin America: December 15, 2008 on Sony Entertainment Television (aka Canal Sony)
The Netherlands: December 22, 2008 on Net 5
Weekly rank: #22
Goof: Addison refers to the LAPD station that the officers belong to as "Station 422". LAPD stations, or areas as they are called now, are all named (exp; Central, Van Nuys, Pacific, etc).
This is the second absence for Kadee Strickland.
Although credited, Kadee Strickland (Charlotte) didn't appear. Not only it's the first time she doesn't appear in an episode. It's also the first time a regular actor doesn't appear.
David Sutcliffe receives the and credit.
This is the second consecutive episode the title of which is "In Which ..." someone other than Addison.
This is the second episode the title of which is "In Which Sam ..."
This is the third episode the title of which is "In Which ..." someone other than Addison.
Violet: It's not a date, Doctor Seuss.
Theodor Seuss Geisel (March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991) was an American writer and cartoonist. His works include "The Cat in the Hat", "Green Eggs and Ham", "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish". Dr. Seuss traditionally wrote in rhymes, which is why Violet used the expression.
The girl who calls Sam (Taye Diggs) to ask if he can do a house call says, "Hey Dr. Bennett, it's Sara Hill."
Sara Hill was the name of his "daughter" on Kevin Hill.
Kelly: Make it stop, doctor Phil.
The Dr. Phil Show - In this spin-off from The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Phil gives advice to guests and tackles a variety of topics.
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