Private Practice Season 6 Episode 12

484905_10151154257362123_861895285_nAnother tearful episode from Private Practice, but this one was a happy one.

Charlotte gave birth to the other two girls. And for a change there wasn’t too many complications. Well, considering she’s been on bed rest for months and her first girl has been in the NICU, the final stage went pretty smoothly.

We had a little scare that Addison might lose Henry. I was thinking, no you can’t do this to Addison. She’s been wanting a baby for so long. It’s just no way for Private Practice to end.

Then it was Jake to the rescue. He really stated his case, but when he said he would leave her so she could keep Henry, it just melted my heart. There was still a little part of me that wanted Addison to end up with Sam. They were my favorite couple of the show, now it’s Charlotte and Cooper. But Jake is perfect for her. The writers got it right.

Only one more episode left and there are wedding bells for Addison and Jake. One more wedding before we say goodbye. I can’t help but think there’s so much unfinished business.

Amelia’s story has wrapped up nicely, Charlotte and Cooper are good, but I don’t feel like Sam, Sheldon or Violet are complete yet. There’s still one more episode to tie everything up.

I am looking for a very good sereis finally next week. The last two series finales I watched, Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill, were amazing. They wrapped up the story nicely and they ended it well for the fans. So I have very high expectations and it will be a lot for Private Practice to live up to.

I’m excited but sad to watch the final episode.

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

Also check out the Private Practice section.

Watch a couple of clips of the episode on TV Line.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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