Despite claiming to have moved on, Wilson is doing his psychoanalysis thing. He can't help it! He says no matter how badly House's father treated him, House is still "biologically programmed" to have feelings for him. House says he isn't, since his father isn't his biological father. This comes as a surprise to Wilson, and House says he figured it out when he was 12. Uh huh. I think we all decided we were adopted when we were 12, and that our real parents would come and take us away from the misery we were living in because our evil adoptive parents wouldn't let us watch TV at night. But House actually did some research. First of all, he knows his father was out of the country doing military stuff around the time he was conceived. See, he's already done way too much thinking about the time he was conceived. I prefer not to dwell on things like that myself. Because it's gross. Wilson points out that his mother could have flown out to visit his father. House says his father's second toe is longer than his big toe. House's is not. And he has a red birthmark on his scalp that matches one on a friend of the family's. Birthmarks are hereditary? I didn't know that. Gorbachev's kids better watch out! Wilson doesn't believe this, saying House would have done a DNA test by now to see if he was right. He's so distracted with disbelief that he doesn't notice the police car he's driving behind. House does, and he sticks his cane (Wilson unwisely let him have it even after he used it as a weapon) on the gas pedal. "There's a cop!" Wilson says, as if House isn't doing this for precisely that reason. Wilson ends up passing the cop car illegally and speedily. It immediately turns its lights on to pull him over. House is very pleased with himself.
While Nicole gets her CT scan, Kumar decides to enlighten Taub with the information that Nicole was adopted because her parents thought they couldn't have kids. Then they managed to have three biological children, and she figured they loved their real kids more than her. Taub says the biological children probably thought they were horrible accidents while the adopted child was hand-picked. Yeah ... no. I don't think they thought that. Especially since I don't see Nicole's parents adopting any more children once they were able to conceive them biologically. "Everybody's got problems with their parents," Taub says. "She's an addict. Something went wrong," says Kumar, who's obviously watched too many episodes of Intervention, if that's even possible. Taub thinks Kumar is just trying to justify Nicole's faults by blaming them on her parents because he likes her. The CT scan gets sick of hearing Taub's voice, so it starts beeping because it can somehow tell that there's something amiss on the scan. That's because while the MRI of DOOOM!! is full of evil, the CT scan is Goodness and Light