Foreman and Hadley go off to search Sara's classroom for proof. While Foreman removes a heating vent, Hadley's watching the children play and deciding that she wants to have children, which she announces to Foreman. I'm pretty sure that's pretty high up on the list of things you aren't supposed to say to the guy you just started dating. Hadley is so weird. Foreman says he's pretty sure all the kids in this classroom already have parents, but Hadley persists, saying she means her own kids sometime in the future, and that since they're dating, she thinks Foreman should know. Foreman should also know that Hadley always assumed that she wouldn't have kids because she didn't want to risk giving them Huntington's. But now that she's all hopeful because of one clinical trial that's being run by a man who is clearly incompetent, she thinks having a child is a good idea. Because being the child of a parent with Huntington's was ever so much fun for her.
Wilson stops by the Cuddy house again with a gift. It's a picture frame, and the picture inside is a photo of Rachel that's been age-progressed. Age-progressed Rachel has dull taste in clothing. "That's sort of cool," Cuddy says, in that tone of voice you have when you've just gotten a shitty birthday present. Wilson says he wants Cuddy to see that Rachel will be a real person with a real personality, and not just a crying, pooping lump. "That's very sweet," Cuddy says, still not feeling the Rachel love. Wilson gives up and admits that it's not an age-progressed photo at all, but the picture that came with the frame.
House re-enters Cudderon's office with proof from Sara's classroom. He found a special ed kid with a "raging viral syndrome" and three dead mosquitoes in a vial. Cameron immediately identifies them as fruit flies, and the kid's viral infection as the common cold. House went through way too much effort to present Cameron with proof there's no way she'd accept. He says that he also has Kumar's ultrasound, which showed nothing in her pancreas and thus rules out that pancreatic tumor. Cameron says she needs more than "three dead bugs and a runny nose," but House says that's the only proof he can give her. Either she says yes to the skull removal or he won't do anything, he says childishly. Cameron says she won't say yes just because he's House. Why not? It's always worked in the past. And sure enough, Cameron gives House his yes.