Hey, have you ever watched TV before? If so, then you've probably heard the closing montage song, Jeff Buckley's version of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" many times before! Boo, House music department! Of all the sad songs in the world, surely there's one you could have chosen that hasn't been used a thousand times this year. "Hallelujah!" says Jeff Buckley's estate as yet more royalty checks pour in. Cameron tells Cindylou Who about her pesky cancer problem. "But...it's just a cough," Cindy says. Cameron makes a sad face as she realizes that she cannot legally marry Cindy to make her feel better. She gives her a hug instead. Cindy's face has the perfect combination of shock at the news and growing anger at the fact that one of the few weeks she has left was wasted while her doctor tried to get out of delivering bad news. I was really hoping that the scene would end with Cindy's many, many close friends entering the room with balloons and cards and Cindy kicking Cameron out to spend time with them, but it didn't.
In the last few hours, LL has recovered from his adrenal gland surgery enough to walk out of the hospital to go back to prison. Foreman is upset to watch him leave. I wish we could have seen Cuddy on the other side of the hallway, grinning with delight to have the floor free for non-criminal patients once again.
In his office, House finishes off that 150-proof alcohol as he stares at the five stages of death. Depression and ACCEPTANCE have yet to be crossed out. We see House erases the first three, and then he erases ACCEPTANCE as well. As for depression, we don't see him erase it, but when we see ACCEPTANCE written there, it's by itself.