After the break, House and Wilson have made their way to a diner, where Wilson asks House if he knew Wilson was going to throw the bottle. House says he's always known that Wilson has trouble losing people (unlike the rest of us, who are just fine with death and loss). Back in New Orleans, he saw Wilson carrying around an express delivery package that he never opened. This intrigued House, so he checked out the return address on the package and saw a divorce attorney. And that was the end of Wilson's first marriage. Wilson is struck by this, wondering if House bailed him out of jail because he was being nice to a guy who was having a rough time. Divorce or not, I don't think it's all that crazy to throw a bottle because a guy won't stop playing the same Billy Joel song over and over again. In fact, I think it's perfectly justifiable. That's really annoying behavior.
House checks in on the Cottages. It turns out that Nicole has a cardiomyopathy out of nowhere. Did a scene get cut out or something? How'd they figure that out? Kumar says the ultrasound images of Nicole's heart they apparently did were "grainy," so they're having trouble pinpointing exactly what the problem is. House says the images aren't grainy. "They sure look grainy!" Taub says. Shut up, Taub. You are more annoying in this episode than Hadley. House says an iron overload could cause the images to look grainy. It would also cause all of Nicole's other symptoms. Kumar doubts this, but House says they can give Nicole an MRI to confirm his diagnosis, and he's looking forward to hearing that he can diagnose patients from 500 miles away better than they can in the same room as them. House should record this conversation and send it to that officer just to prove that all the other doctors in PPTH are, in fact, stupid.