The Cottages return to the meeting room for more diagnosing. Hadley says that if Abby is hallucinating, then the problem must be in her brain. Chase begs to differ, saying that a brain problem can't split an aorta. Clearly, Chase doesn't believe in the awesome power of the mind. Foreman suggests it's something vascular (perhaps vasculitis?), but House stops paying attention to him in favor of Taub, who is texting his wife. "Whatcha doing?" he writes. That is grounds for divorce right there. I'd rather have my husband cheat on me than write like a teenage girl.
Suddenly, we're in a grocery store, where Mrs. Taub is checking out a sale on Windex. She texts back "groceries" to her husband, who immediately texts back "what r u wearing?" So clearly, this is not Taub anymore. "U don't want to know" Mrs. Taub texts back, like, if you have the time, energy, and desire for the apostrophe in "don't," then can't you spell out "you" as well? Come on. "Take off your shirt," says the next text. "R u nuts" says Mrs. Taub, who apparently has no time for question marks. Also, does she really need to buy a bottle of every single thing in the cleaning aisle? Their home didn't look that dirty. "Touch yourself," is the response, at which point it finally occurs to Mrs. Taub that someone got control of her husband's phone.