Tonight on Private Practice, Dr. Charlotte King, played by Kadee Strickland, is fed up with her insomnia.  Naomi, played by Audra McDonald, finally goes out, and Cooper, played by Paul Adelstein, suspects foul play is involved in his patient’s case.

We take another look at what to watch out for in tonight’s installment of Private Practice, entitled “In Which Charlotte Goes Down the Rabbit Hole” before sinking our teeth into additional spoilers for a future episode.

We have some details for Private Practice‘s November 14 offering, “In Which Sam Gets Taken for a Ride” but first, let’s review tonight’s “In Which Charlotte Goes Down the Rabbit Hole.”  Sick and tired of her annoying sleep disorder, Charlotte decides to enlist the help of Oceanside’s alternative medicine specialist.  She comes to Pete, portrayed by the dashing Tim Daly, hoping he can finally rid her of her insomnia.

As she finally comes to grips with her divorce, Naomi slowly begins to open herself to new people.  She takes her first step by agreeing to go out on her very first date since she was still in college.  Meanwhile, when a young teenager comes to the clinic due to a dislocated arm, Cooper finds himself confounded beyond the girl’s physical problem.  He believes her injury is a result of abuse and not just a simple accident.

Finally, Addison (Kate Walsh) and Naomi encounter a woman who asks them to keep her child-bearing capacity a secret from her husband.

Still ahead on Private Practice, in the episode “In Which Sam Gets Taken for a Ride,” Addison and Dell (Chris Lowell) help deliver a woman’s fourth child into the world.  However, the woman refuses her newborn child after learning that it’s a boy.  She is distraught by the fact that her husband hardly lifts a finger to help with their children.  Addison has a full plate in this installment, as another woman is in labor who isn’t faring too well. Elsewhere, one of the male doctors spends the day with a police officer and winds up at a crime scene.

“In Which Sam Gets Taken for a Ride” is scheduled for November 14 while “In Which Charlotte Goes Down the Rabbit Hole” airs tonight at 9 on Private Practice.

-Rosario Santiago, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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