In the cafe, Adams is annoyed that House is tossing out their diagnosis on the grounds of gray hair. She doesn't think it's a symptom of Graves' disease. House says to start Brant on anti-thyroids. He leaves and the team agrees to ignore House's diagnosis because he's not a genius anymore.
Brant is a little cold. Adams checks his temperature. He's at 104. In an ominous tone, Chase says, "It's not Bernard-Soulier."
House lectures his team about disobeying him. Adams says they've at least done some blood work to rule out Graves'. Foreman enters to announce that all treatment orders now have to be approved by him until House gets a clean bill of health. House wants to determine who told Foreman. Taub confesses to get things moving along. House rejects that so Adams and Chase also confess. Since Park is the only one who didn't confess, House pitches malaria. Adams says the army issues anti-malarial medication, but House says the mosquito might have evolved.
Brant refuses to take his medicine because he hasn't received his father's file. That drives his brother to decide to become Brant's conservator and declare him incompetent. Adams finds this weird, since nothing's changed since the last time the brother didn't want to do it. The army has sent the file over.
Taub tells the brother that he's read the file, but he's going to treat his patient now. The brother slowly brings the file into the room. Brant asks how their father died. "What did they cover up?" "They didn't cover up anything. I did. Dad died in that accident because he was drunk. Killed a pedestrian, too." Brant was too young to know how much his father drank. The only time Brant's brother ever broke the rules was to redact his father's file to protect Brant. Raub asks if he can begin treatment. Brant nods.