How many times have Choi and April broken up and gotten back together already? They don't seem to have the most stable and committed relationship. So, yes, of course, what makes perfect sense is that they try to have a baby.
Having "low ovarian reserve" doesn't mean you're going into "early menopause". But yes, it makes it harder to have a baby which obviously is upsetting for April. But rather than talk about it to Choi, she hides that huge fact? Isn't this something that THEY SHOULD TALK ABOUT? After all, it takes two to have a baby, right? But instead, she gets pissed off when she sees that Choi is reading an Expectant Father book. She gets pissed off at him when he suggests to do a semen analysis to make sure that he's not shooting blanks. I don't understand what is so shameful about her test results. Yes, it's not ideal. But you tackle the issue as a couple and overcome it. Instead, she's choosing to hide it. Which means they will have continued trouble getting pregnant, since you can't really do in vitro fertilization by yourself without your partner involved. Which means they will continue to argue. So instead of going through that slow boil to unhappiness and another obvious breakup, what does stupid April do? She fast forwards and kisses Crockett. We all know that when the show skips ahead six weeks and Choi comes back from his deployment that she's going to be pregnant, and there will either be 1) question as to who the dad is or 2) no question that it's Crockett's because she'll only be 5 weeks pregnant. Gah, April is now the most annoying character on the show.
So creeper ex BF just abandons his daughter because he no longer is hooking up with Natalie. Wow, winner dad right there. Loser. I hope we don't see him again.
Natalie - too late. Kudos to Will for having some stones. He didn't reference the pharmaceutical rep or whatever she is, but it sounds like things are going well. Now they just need to get rid of the stupid blonde med student too.
Down syndrome kid. A touching storyline. I don't know though ,call me not PC, but why does it seem like every week there is an underrepresented demographic that they are showcasing? Transgender is the last one that comes to mind.
Donated kidney. How horrendous. I thought it was going to be worse that the mother would have complications during surgery and also die, thus leaving the father with nobody in the span of one hour. So terrible.