Pete pops the question to Violet. She can’t wait to get married. Violet hopes to walk down the aisle soon. Like this weekend.
Sam and Addison don’t look like they’re together now. Naomi isn’t with Dr. Fife either. He quit. And Amelia took up smoking.
Sadly, some things can’t ever change as the gang gathers at the cemetery for the unveiling of Dell’s headstone.
Charlotte’s patient, Ryan, is a successful, self-centered man who needs a kidney transplant.
The only match is his mentally-challenged brother, Kevin, who Ryan shuffled into a home after their folks died.
Charlotte worries Ryan will take what he needs from the brother who idolizes him and then cast him aside again.
Ryan promises he’ll change his ways, but he won't get a chance as his body rejects Kevin’s kidney.
Kevin is devastated by the news but Ryan promises to tell their mom and dad what Kevin did for him when he gets to heaven.
Dink hasn’t been spending a lot of time with Maya and his new baby. Naomi has made it clear that she’s better suited to care for both.
Sam challenges Dink to a basketball game.Sam suggests he push back with Naomi when she tries to shut him out.
Naomi and Sheldon help a couple who want to have a child through a surrogate. Addison recognizes the name of the prospective dad.
She tried to save the couple’s first baby when the dad unintentionally left him in the car on a hot day. The tragic accident left the father destroyed.
Now they want a second chance and Addison is the only person who can give it to them. If she wants to, which she doesn't.
Sheldon realizes that Addison is reluctant to help because of all that’s happening in her life. Pete and Violet worked out; she and Sam didn’t.
The mom approaches Addy and says she hopes she believes in second chances. She does. Addy comes around.
Pete and Violet’s wedding day arrives. Violet is a vision as she walks down the aisle. Then she’s a blur as she takes off in the other direction.
Cooper tries to talk to her, but words aren’t going to do it. Only Pete’s reassuring look of love can ease her fears. It does.
Cooper and Charlotte decide to have both a pastor and a rabbi at their wedding. Sheldon decides to drown his single guy woes by drinking.
Pete worries that he's never been good at marriage. Addison wonders aloud if people do things better the second time around.
Sam says, “I hope so.” They are in a bubble bath together, BTW.