House and Wilson limp and walk down the hall. Wilson says that there's a special emergency board meeting today, and that the subject is House. House isn't worried, since Vogler needs a unanimous vote to fire House, and Wilson and Cuddy won't go with it. Wilson suspects that Vogler has already considered that and has a plan. You don't become a billionaire by backing down in the face of minor opposition, after all. House just hopes Vogler's plan involves candy.
Vegan Baby is doing better. Mom and Dad are relieved, and still wearing the same clothes they had on the last time we saw them, which I'm going to assume was at least a day ago. And it's not like those all-natural laundry detergents are that effective to start with, so I'm thinking those two smell not so great. House stops by to tell them that the baby is getting better and should be discharged soon, but his exit is interrupted by the entrance of a no-nonsense Social Services worker and a few cops, who promptly arrest Mom and Dad for child endangerment.
House marches right to Cuddy's office and asks if Vogler's plan to destroy him will involve arresting all of his patients' family members, or just those two. Cuddy says that Vogler had nothing to with that; the nurses called her because they were worried about the baby, and Cuddy called Social Services, which she points out that House should have done in the first place. House protests that the parents were merely stupid, not abusive, and accuses Cuddy of being a traitor. Unfortunately, his clever reference to Vidkun Quisling, Norway's WWII answer to Benedict Arnold, goes over Cuddy's head and loses its effectiveness. Next time, House, try someone more known to Americans, like...you know, Benedict Arnold. Cuddy says she didn't want to give Vogler any more ammunition to convince the board to fire House, which is kind of like saying you don't want to add a twig to a raging bonfire.