The Vegan parents, still wearing the same clothes, chase House down in the hall. They made bail and they want to see their baby, but they're not allowed near her. They say they had no idea that their baby was starving, since they fed her all the time (apparently, they never picked her up and noticed that she was losing weight, though), and went to a nutritionist before they started the raw baby diet. "Raw baby diet" sounds wrong, but I'm keeping it. House scoffs at this, thinking that by "nutritionist," they mean the clerk at Whole Foods, but they say that it was actually Mommy Veg's uncle, who "went to college and everything." "And everything"? He does sound pretty knowledgeable. House thinks so too, and orders a CT scan for baby "Olive," but not before he makes fun of Olive's name. As far as hippie kids' names go, though, Olive got off pretty well. She could have been named "Lemon Jello," after all.
House enters Wilson's office and asks whether there are any clinical drug trials going on in the hospital for small cell lung cancer. Then he notices that Wilson is packing his office away in boxes. Uh oh. "I got sacked," Wilson says, and I was not aware that anyone in this country called getting fired "sacked." That and the Quisling reference makes me think this episode's writer is English. That, or a homesick Hugh Laurie is sneaking more familiar terms into the script. House jokes that Wilson shouldn't have made a pass at Cuddy, who only has "thighs" for House. Shockingly, Wilson isn't in the mood for fun, especially since, as he says, he was fired because he voted to keep House employed. And since he was the only one who voted against Vogler, Vogler now has the unanimous board support he needs to finally fire House. House clears things up by saying that Wilson wasn't fired -- just removed from the board. Wilson says that doesn't do his career any favors, so when Vogler gave him the option to resign instead, Wilson took it. As he angrily continues packing, Wilson says that there are only two things that matter to him in his life right now: his job, and his friendship with House. And neither one of them was enough for House to make that stupid speech. They look at each other until House looks away and softly says, "They matter." But no, not enough for him to go against his principals and make that speech. Wilson says that House will be fired soon too, so maybe they can hang out together during their unemployment vacation. House gets back to business and asks again about those clinical drug trials. Wilson says he'll make some calls, and takes Naomi's chart. "Thanks," says House, looking like the Guiltiest Man in the World.