Now that we do officially know that “Private Practice” is going to end after its thirteen-episode run is over, all sorts of other questions are rising as a result. While one of the most obvious ones revolves solely around whether or not Addison and Jake will go the distance, there is also one all-important question surrounding Cooper and Charlotte: are the two parties actually going to welcome their triplets by the end of the show?
As of right now, the man responsible for playing the character is unsure … even if she does have her own dream. Speaking in a new interview with TVLine, KaDee Strickland explained what exactly you can expect to see over the course of the final few episodes, at least in terms of what she already knows about:
“I am pretty sure that everyone’s story is going to be tied up beautifully by the end of this. And I definitely think if you left me pregnant, you would have the audience’s heads exploding! That said, I wouldn’t expect anything to be uncomplicated just because the show is wrapping up. We haven’t gotten to the ‘Charlotte [POV] Episode,’ so I don’t know what the plans are for li’l ol’ me, but Paul [Adelstein] and I just did a phenomenal script. The ‘Cooper’ [POV] script is gorgeous; I loved doing that show. And I did hear that we’re going to have a wrap party. I can’t imagine what a wrap party for six years of work is going to look like, but I bet it’s gonna be a helluva good time!”
Personally, we are at the moment totally siding with what Strickland is saying here, mostly since it would be too strange to not see the resolution to the baby story. As for whether or not this will happen courtesy of a time jump, that is still very much to be seen.
How do you want to see the show end? If you want to know what Kate Walsh and some of her other co-stars think about the show ending, all you have to do is click here.