In the meeting room, House calls Cameron out for ruining Michael's life. Cameron is quite proud of herself, though, saying that it was the only way to convince Michael to consent to a bone marrow biopsy. Did he give up that bone marrow before or after his father rejected him? House says Cameron just gave that kid years of therapy, like he can really judge after what he did to that sick woman on rounds. House asks Chase for his input, but Chase doesn't have to pay attention now that he's a murderer. House says Donny is fine and he's going to send him home with Chase's help.
In the elevator, House accuses Chase of being distracted by his conscience eating at him for that whole murdering thing. "I'm fine," Chase lies. "You shouldn't be. Talk to someone. Docs fixed me up in seven weeks. You're ten minutes tops," House says, actually being somewhat kind and empathetic. Although does he really think that his forty-something years of being a dick requires that much more therapy than intentionally murdering a patient? Or that he's "fixed up" now? Chase waits for the other shoe to drop and House to make fun of him, but it doesn't happen. "Thanks," he says. Yes. Thanks, House, for showing us that you are capable of acting like a human being. Maybe the insanity story arc will be good for the show after all.
House and Chase enter Donny's room. Donny is almost smug in assuming that they couldn't find anything wrong with him, but House says they actually did -- Ortoli syndrome, a name House no doubt came up with from his week-long obsession with Italian cooking. Because it's fairly obvious from the look on Chase's face that House is totally making this up. House throws it over to Chase to explain the condition, but Chase sucks at improv and does little more than stammer. House pours Donny a glass of water and hands him some pills he calls "nebisicin." Like "medicine," but said by a three-year-old. He might as well have called them Altoidocin, because they're basically mints. But Donny seems to buy it, and House even tries to make him feel a little better about it by saying that they didn't have the medicine needed to fix this fictional condition when his father was alive, so there was nothing anyone could have done to prevent his death. And with that, Donny is discharged.
So I guess we'll spend the next forty minutes of this show figuring out what's wrong with House. He returns to the bedroom of whispers. As soon as the light is off, the whispers start again. He immediately turns it on, and they stop, only to be replaced by a loud thumping sound. CTB is coming for him! Hooray! Oh, no, wait -- it's just someone knocking at the door. Wilson yells for House to answer it, saying it has to be for him. By the way, is that CTB's medical degree on the wall? Wouldn't her parents have sort of wanted that back? Do they even know their daughter is dead? I question how Wilson was able to get her apartment and keep all her things. He wasn't married to her, and I very much doubt she put him in her will.