Sister Cuddy signs off on being Rachel's legal guardian should anything ever happen to Cuddy. She asks if House is "okay" with this, as if the guy Cuddy's been dating for a few months would or should have any say on what happens to Cuddy's child. Cuddy's sister may not have been serious about House becoming Rachel's guardian, though, as she then goes on to say that although Cuddy and House have only been dating for a few months, Cuddy's been complaining about him and what a jerk he is for at least ten years. "People change," Cuddy smiles. Except that she told House she didn't want or expect him to change when they first started dating. And then she changed.
Suddenly, we're watching a sitcom. It's like a combination of My Two Dads and Two and a Half Men, with an older version of Rachel as The Child and Wilson and House as the two men who could not be more different but are stuck raising her. Also, it is taped before a live studio audience, who say "Ooooo!" when Wilson opens the door to reveal Rachel and a police officer. Wilson, the responsible adult character, lectures Rachel on getting in an hour past curfew. Rachel blames this on the police officer refusing to run any red lights on the way home. "HAHAHAHAHAHA!" says the audience. Police Officer says Rachel has quite a mouth on her, and asks who she learned it from. Out walks House, dressed like I'm guessing Charlie Sheen's character on Two And A Half Men? That's annoying; I was hoping to get through an entire recap without mentioning Charlie Sheen. The audience screams in delight. The Police Officer says he caught Rachel shoplifting at the mall, and the audience "Ooooo"s disapprovingly. House, the irresponsible adult character, tells the officer that he isn't Rachel's father but enjoys keeping her around as a tax write-off, which causes the audience to scream in delight once more. House informs the officer that this won't happen again because next time, Rachel will know better than to get caught. Rachel and House high-five, then hug. Wilson can't help but join them.