All new on "Private Practice", Sam and Naomi will compete against each other for the position to lead the practice, sending the others to cast their votes. The office election ends with a surprising result.
Meanwhile, Addison treats a young Afghan girl who wants to hide her past, and Cooper's objectionable personal life catches up with his professional one when he was caught surfing website for adults. The episode called "Past Tense" will be aired on October 29.
ABC has just ordered nine more episodes of the "Grey's Anatomy" spin-off, bringing it to a full season made up of 22 episodes.
Recently, Kate Walsh who portrays Addison said that her character will develop a lot more in this second season especially in her relationship with men. "You're definitely going to see her dating, and it'll start to balance out a little bit. The first couple episodes established that the practice is in financial crisis... And then you will see her personal life start ebbing in and see what it's like to see her dating," she said in an interview with iVillage.