Private Practice Episode Preview: "Blind Love"

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This being Private Practice, and this being one of the most intense story arcs in its history, you knew Charlotte and her attacker would come face to face again at some point.

Nothing prepared us for the promo for Thursday's "Blind Love," however.

When Lee Henry is hospitalized, injured by his girlfriend and in need of urgent care, Sam and Charlotte debate whether or not to save his life. Obviously, they're conflicted ...

I just want to make sure the last image you ever see is me. Charlotte's last line in this teaser is harrowing, but will they really let this guy perish, even after what he's done?

Meanwhile, Susan's health takes a turn for the worse, and Bizzy once again begs her daughter to do everything in her power to help her. Will tragedy strike this time?

Let us know how you see this playing out, what you'd like to see happen on Private Practice, and whether those things are the same, by leaving a comment.

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    I think that this will be such a great episode for Charlotte. I feel like it's gonna be all about her struggling because of two things. One is that she's being faced with him again and the other is that now she's in control and she doesn't know what to do with that control. I think that she's going to let him live because she won't be able to do that to herself. Something about how she doesn't what his death being on her shoulders despite what he did to her. It'll probably show something about her growing from what happened to her and the like. But I definitely don't think she'll make it easy for him and she'll do something to make sure that he doesn't get to stay free.


    I wouldn't be surprised if Charlotte kills him, and I wouldn't blink twice if she did.
    What he did has, and will permanently be with her till the day she dies.
    I look forward to this episode. Especially after Susan's collapse. D:


    It would be so satisfying to see Charlotte face to face with her rapist and being the one in control! I hope she let him die or at least that she makes him suffer. But it's tv and I don't think it will be happening.