Commentary: Private Practice Celebrates Birth Day

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Bennett, Sam Go, Private Practice, it's your birth day!

With three births, a hostage situation, two attempts at sex, a shocking revelation, a re-consummation, two quality guest stars, and — finally — something for Dr. Feelgood to do, there was plenty of action, both uteral and otherwise, writes Entertainment Weekly in its review of this week's "In Which Sam Gets Taken For a Ride."

Really, Addison may have said it best with her quote: "It's babypalooza!"

But wait, there's more: Addison was (again, she said it best) "on fuego." She sure looked hot in that slinky, colorful, low-cut number. And Pete Wilder noticed. But he wasn't the only one. Officer Kevin Nelson also noticed.

In fact, he came all the way from Stars Hollow, Connecticut to check her out. Officer Nelson was played by David Sutcliffe, who was Gilmore Girls' Christopher, a.k.a. Rory's dad and Lorelai's ill-chosen husband.

So let's talk about all those babies. There was the panic-prone cop's widow, who was going to deliver in a birthing tub, despite Addison's objections. There was Ashley, whose husband doesn't do much to control their rambunctious boys.

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