Maya's back and she's pregnant.
She meets with her midwife, Dell. She's three weeks from delivery, and everything looks good, so we move on.
Dell has news about getting into UCLA Medical School, though he doesn't know how he'll afford it, so he's not telling anyone other than Maya.
Sam and Addison deal with a pregnant patient and her creepy dad, who they quickly figure out isn't her dad.
Turns out he kidnapped her 15 years ago, and she loves him, because he's all she knows.
He runs off right before surgery and then Sam and Addison tell her everything's fine with her and her baby and reuniting her with the biological parents she doesn't remember.
Then they get the call from Dell that Maya decided to have the baby at the hospital and wants Addison to deliver, so they go to meet Dell.
As they're waiting at the ER, an ambulance pulls up with a driver from a car wreck. Sam's needed to operate, so Addison's there when the Air Life helicopter brings the "people from the other car."
Dell gets out, walking, with his arm in a sling, and they wheel Maya on a stretcher. It's not looking good. What is with this show and disturbing pregnancy/birth-related cliffhangers?
Elsewhere, Cooper wants to be friends with Violet again so he can tell her he slept with Charlotte. She refuses to talk to him, though, so when Charlotte comes to talk, he's mute.
Sheldon, who realized his own love for Charlotte, mans up and asks her on a date, which she accepts.
Cooper finally gives Violet a long speech about all the times he's forgiven her, so she makes a picnic but quickly tells him if he loves Charlotte to go after her. Now.
While she's on a date with Sheldon. So he does.
William, struggling with his ALS, is back in L.A., and Naomi wants Fife to do the medical trial. He doesn't want to, and Pete accuses Fife of not doing it because he wants Naomi.
In the end, Fife tells her he has to do it because he loves her so much and will do anything to make her happy.