House and the Cottages check out the TEE results on his computer monitor. Clancy's heart looks clean, but House doesn't think you can see anything clearly enough without hi-def and demands to see the TEE on HD where the pixels won't be the size of Legos. This scene has been brought to you by HD companies and dealers everywhere, who remind you that when you're looking at a heart valve, nothing beats the crisp, clear quality of an HD monitor.
House and the crew sneak into an office with an HD monitor, and House is thrilled with its picture. He asks Foreman to steal it for him. This scene has definitely not been brought to you by the NAACP, who reminds you that white people steal stuff, too. The Cottages don't see anything on the perfect HD monitor, so House says that they'll need a bigger screen, because he's determined to find something wrong with Clancy's heart no matter what.
Cut to the crew sitting in the HD theater that PPTH has marked for demolition in order to make room for more balconies. The Cottages fail to see the point of this, insisting that Clancy's heart looks perfectly fine. Chase thinks they'll be watching the TEE in an IMAX theater before House will admit that he's wrong. Financial consideration provided by IMAX, who remind you that if you want to see breathtaking views of Antartica, your local IMAX theater is the place to go. But if you want to see a defect in some kid's heart valve, IMAX probably isn't necessary. Anyway, I'm sure the ob/gyn lounge has its own IMAX theater, so they may very well be going there next.
Finally, House spots something: the left side of Clancy's heart valve isn't moving. Cameron pauses the image to check it out, and House yells at her, since he obviously needs the image to be moving to spot which part of it isn't. Hey, at least Cameron was awake. Chase and Foreman are in the back napping and cracking jokes and having bad attitudes. Cameron unpauses the image, and House demands a laser pointer. Cameron reminds him that he doesn't have one. "Well, why not? Who's gonna take us seriously if we don't have a laser pointer?" House asks. And this scene has been brought to you by laser pointer manufacturers of America, who remind you that when you want to be taken seriously in the business world, a laser pointer is mandatory. So House has to physically walk to the screen and point out the frozen left side, wincing in pain as he does so. He finds a collection of myocytes -- heart cells -- that aren't moving like they're supposed to. He orders the Cottages to get those myocytes out of Clancy.