Which was just picked up for a full second season, FYI. Sources tell me Pete Tim Daly has a new love interest who's coming on board. And I also just chatted up Addison herself, Kate Walsh , to get the word on her alter ego's latest romantic exploits and other P.
Read on for that dish, and, check out seven sneak peeks of tonight's all-new episode According to Kate, despite Addy's continued professional success, her love life remains complicated: She's taking on more of an alpha position at the practice, and in these next several episodes you really see her taking her place and causing lots of conflict that way. And then there's this dichotomy with her personal life and what unfolds with dating, all of these other sides of her that are revealed.
Prove me wrong, Shonda! You'll have to ask Pete! Yep, he'll be hooking up with a pretty physician named Meg, played by Jayne Brook, who works with Doctors Without Borders. Naomi even tries to adopt Violet Amy Brenneman as a substitute best friend. Don't know about you, but Dell Chris Lowell is one of my favorite parts of series, and his relationship with Addy is a highlight. It reminds me of the best of George and Bailey on Grey's.
Kate tells us she's a fan, too, saying, "I'm glad you like it, because I certainly love the dynamic between them. It's like Addison doesn't have any interns to boss around anymore so she has that relationship with Dell. We'll learn in tonight's episode what happened to Dell post-Wellness Center and how his attitude has changed. He's getting a little bossy himself As Addy refocuses on surgery this season, we'll see her at the hospital a great deal more, which means more quality time with badass Dr.
But this season there's definitely a lot more of Charlotte, who is played brilliantly by KaDee Strickland. Kate reports that Grant Show's arrival as Addy's brother reveals a great deal about her background that we haven't known until now. Grant and I were saying there's sort of a 'les enfants terribles' dynamic that comes out when the two of them are together. They kind of regress He just pops in and causes trouble in more ways than one, so it's really fun to play with him.
How are you liking Private Practice this season? In my humble opinion, it's an altogether stronger series this year, but what's your take? Check out the sneak peek clips of tonight's episode below, and then post your feelings below Private Practice airs Wednesdays at 9 p.