Chase speeds dangerously through the New Jersey streets. Hadley and Darrien are in the backseat, and Darrien is upset that she's being taken to a hospital and probably jail. Chase says he'll go in and find a patient on life support, then use her name on all of Darrien's tests. That way, he says, Darrien won't get caught. And Chase and Hadley won't get caught either? Because I'm pretty sure that's against the rules.
Oh, good. Rachel is in the front seat of Cuddy's car, looking back at House and his horrific leg wound. She asks House what happened to him, and he says he was trying to make his leg "better." Great, now Rachel thinks that cutting one's leg open is a way to make it "better." Cuddy says House was being "reckless," as if a three-year-old knows what that even means. She's totally cutting her leg open when she gets home. I'm sure Cuddy, terrible parent that she is, has made no effort to hide the knives from her child either, so she should have no problem finding proper cutting tools. Cuddy starts in with the lecture, saying that House was trying to make his life better by making his leg better, which we already heard from Wilson last week. "I've had a lot of setbacks lately," House says passive-aggressively. Cuddy won't let him blame her dumping him for his current state. "You're not unhappy because of me. You're just unhappy," she says.
Darrien is on the verge of passing out, so Hadley tries to keep her awake and alert by asking her what she hallucinated in Hadley's bedroom. Chase comments that the words Darrien used when yelling at the hallucination sounded like something a cop would say. Darrien can't help but admit that he's correct. You see, Darrien used to be a police officer. Hadley's all annoyed that Darrien didn't tell her about her past life when Hadley apparently told her everything about her own life. HA! See how it feels when people are all annoying and secretive, Hadley! At least Darrien had a reason not to tell anyone about her past, since, as she says, the last thing you want people to know about you in jail is that you used to be a police officer. As for the hallucination she apologized to over and over again? It was a 19-year-old who pulled a gun on her, so she had to shoot him. And her department apparently has terrible mental health services for this kind of thing, so she never got over the guilt and that's why she became the drug addict she is today. With that, she passes out.