At the launch party for Violet's book, Sheldon falls for the smart, beautiful Dr. Marla Tomkins, even though she's the critic who panned Violet's tome; meanwhile, Addison's and Pete's ... See full summary »

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... Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery
... Dr. Pete Wilder
... Dr. Naomi Bennett (credit only)
... Dr. Cooper Freedman
... Dr. Charlotte King
... Dr. Sheldon Wallace
... Dr. Amelia Shepherd
... Dr. Sam Bennett
... Dr. Violet Turner
... Dr. Marla Thomkins
... Randy Hatcher
... Stacy Hatcher
... Elliott
... Lorraine
... Claudine
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At the launch party for Violet's book, Sheldon falls for the smart, beautiful Dr. Marla Tomkins, even though she's the critic who panned Violet's tome; meanwhile, Addison's and Pete's patient is caught in a love triangle with her brother-in-law and sister, for whom she is a surrogate, and Cooper and Sam try to convince a family to make their son's health a priority over his successful wrestling career. Written by ABC Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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24 March 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Adina Porter, who plays Stacy Hatcher, also plays Dr Ramsey in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Kenneth Mitchell, who plays Elliott, also played Wade Solomon in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Marina Black, who plays Lorraine, also played Sally in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Brett Nichols, who plays a bartender in this episode of Private Practice, also plays a rehab patient in another episode of Private Practice, and an unnamed "bad intern" in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Alexandra Swarens, who plays Serena, went on to play Carly in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. See more »

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References A Bridge Too Far (1977) See more »

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Second Wind
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