Private Practice Season 6 Episode 8

484905_10151154257362123_861895285_nWe were told that every episode was going to be different and this one definitely was.

Most of the episodes have been revolving around a person or theme and this one was Cooper and the triplets.

Most of this episode was very funny. Cooper was overly excited for the babies and Charlotte was not your typical pregnant woman. She hates everything about pregnancy, but when one of her daughters came, she was a typical mother then.

Cooper and Charlotte even got kicked out of lamaze class, only Charlotte and Cooper.

We basically got to see the whole pregnancy and Cooper walked us all the way through it.

I really like Cooper. He’s like a big kid. He hardly ever has a serious episode. He’s the goofy one and makes us laugh. This episode was so funny. He talked about religion, sex, babies and life. I guess everything that a guy would be thinking about before he becomes a father. He’s already a father, but he never went through the birth part before or the infancy part, so he is dealing with all of these issues now.

The episode wasn’t all funny. The end was very serious. We got to see Cooper in a different light, and he did it well.

The beginning of the episode started with Charlotte going into labor, but then we went back into time to see the pregnancy first before we saw her give birth to one of the triplets.

With this being the final season I am scared of what may happen to Charlotte. Because she decided to hold off giving birth to the other babies she’s at risk of dying. Could the writers kill her in the final season? I hope not. I’ve always loved the Charlotte and Cooper relationship, so I hope they can live happily ever after. Cheesy I know, but that’s what I want.

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

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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