Private Practice Season 6 Episode 7

Two days in a row of new Private Practice episodes, it doesn’t get much better than that.

The writers were very sneaky with this episode. At the very end of Tuesday’s episode Addison proposes to Jake. I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been a fan of Sam and Addison and was very upset when she chose Jake.

Before the writers let Jake say yes, they had to get us, the fans, on board with it. Not to say they don’t break up before the end. With six more episodes left anything can still happen.

An episode that got us to know Jake was the perfect way for us to accept Jake and Addison.

We got to see him with his daughter, though he was an idiot and has probably broken their bond and pushed her closer to her professor. We also got to see him let go of his dead wife, which was a very bitter sweet moment.

Before this episode I was still hoping that Addison would end up with Sam in the end, I have now accepted her and Jake.

I have been enjoying the different episodes that the writers have been coming up with, but as we come closer to the end of the series, there definitely needs to be some sort of closure happening. Addison getting engaged is a good start.

Another good start is Amelia moving on. I’m so happy that the writers had James keep pushing for a date. They are so cute together. There’s not a lot of time for this relationship to bloom, but it’s still a good thing.

It’s nice that we got to see the parents of the lost girl again. It looks like it’s about time for them to let go. I hope we get the conclusion of this story, even if it’s a bad one.

As the episodes wind down, the experimentation is good, but we need to wrap up the show properly. Private Practice deserves a proper send of.

What did you think of the episode? Leave me a comment.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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