After the commercial, House listens to Cuddy's heart. It says: "I love you, House. We will be together for the series finale. Yes we will. But not before then because a House/Cuddy relationship on the show would be too weird." House reports that her heart rate is fine and her breasts remain firm, as if Cuddy didn't already know that. The flight attendant asks what she should tell the passengers, who are starting to panic. House tells her to tell them that there's nothing to worry about, even though, just between them: there is.
In a room that looks suspiciously similar to the mammogram room, Cameron has Fran cover her right eye while she watches a spiral on a screen. I think they're trying to brainwash her into getting better.
House shines a flashlight in Cuddy's face. She responds by throwing her hands up and waving them around, then declaring this sensitivity to light another symptom of meningitis. Maybe, but then again, I'd do the same thing if someone shined a flashlight in my face. That's annoying. "We need antibiotics!" Cuddy says. Apparently, another symptom of meningitis is thinking that people can pull antibiotics out of their asses. House ignores her, instead trying to diagnose Cuddy by smell. Hey, it's worked before. He sniffs around, explaining that different bacteria have different smells. Then he tries to get her pants down, claiming he needs to get a better look at the rash that has spread to her abdomen. Cuddy tells him to use his imagination. Seriously, House, if you want to get a look at Cuddy's bits that badly, just wait for her to die of meningitis first. The flight attendant comes in to say that three more passengers are sick. Cuddy says if they don't get drugs, the passengers will die. Well, if that's the case, then I'm sure the antibiotic fairy will stop by.
Wilson informs Robin that Fran doesn't have breast cancer. Robin interrupts to inform him that she just met Fran today. Wilson considers this, much like he considers every single thing anyone's said to him during this episode, then tells her to leave. Robin says Fran needs someone. "That's not your job," Wilson says. Well, actually ... it kind of is. People use prostitutes when they're lonely and need company. Robin agrees to leave, but gives Wilson her number and tells him to call her and let her know that Fran is okay.