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Know When to Fold 

As Charlotte opens her new practice, the competition ensues, including the frowned-upon practice of stealing patients. Kevin begins to get restless as Addison has a hard time defining the ... See full summary »

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Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery
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Dr. Pete Wilder
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Dr. Cooper Freedman
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Dr. Charlotte King
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William 'Dell' Parker
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Dr. Sam Bennett
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Dr. Sheldon Wallace
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Judy
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Ray Daniels
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Monica Daniels
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Leah Hudley
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Dr. Wyatt Lockhart
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Officer Kevin Nelson
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As Charlotte opens her new practice, the competition ensues, including the frowned-upon practice of stealing patients. Kevin begins to get restless as Addison has a hard time defining the line between doctor and significant other. Dell tries to match people who would like to adopt with a young college student who realizes that there's more of a chance for her unborn child if she gives her up. Written by Moviedude1

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This episode and it's follow-up episode (Nothing to Fear) aired on December 10, 2008 and January 22, 2009, respectively. Sarah Drew, who plays Judy, a pregnant college student, interested in giving her baby up for adoption, will go on to play April Kepner, a virgin intern, on Grey's Anatomy (2005). Her first episode (Invasion) on Grey's Anatomy aired on October 15, 2009. She took a brief hiatus after two episodes, but was back as a series regular beginning on the episode that aired on February 4, 2010 (State of Love and Trust). See more »

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References Cops (1989) See more »

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I Might Be Crying
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Written by Tanita Tikaram
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