Chase puts his foot on the gas. I totally thought they were going to get in a huge car accident with Cuddy, Rachel, and House's car, but no. The Cuddymobile is stopped at a red light and it's going to stay there until the light turns green, even though House thinks Cuddy should just run it. "The light is red, you bloody scallywag!" Rachel says. Cuddy orders her to stop with the pirate talk, prompting House to start with more pirate talk, delighting Rachel. Cuddy figures out who introduced Rachel to the pirate cartoon in the first place. "What kind of idiot lets a three-year-old watch that?" Cuddy snaps. Yeah, because that's so much worse than exposing her to a half-dead guy bleeding all over the backseat of the car or being the idiot who left her daughter with that kind of idiot in the first place. "If you want to lecture me on my poor judgment, there would seem to be more relevant examples," House mutters, admitting, for the first time, that this was a terrible, terrible idea.
Foreman finds Taub lingering in the parking lot of Bump N' Grind, the most unoriginally named strip club in New Jersey. Taub tells Foreman about how and why he got kicked out of the club. Foreman laughs at him and says they should go home. But Taub wants to stick around until closing time so he can talk to the stripper about her mole. This is a terrible idea, what with that bouncer ready and willing to beat the crap out of Taub for appearing to stalk one of the strippers, but Foreman thinks Taub actually wants to get beaten up as a way of punishing himself for getting Ruby pregnant. Foreman tells Taub the best thing he can do is go home and get some sleep to figure this all out, but Taub insists on staying. Foreman takes a cab home, thus making him the only smart and sane person in this entire episode. Well, Wilson too, I guess, but I don't know if one shot of him sleeping while his phone vibrates should count as being in the episode.