The women take it to Cuddy's office, where Cuddy tries to excuse her inexcusable actions by saying that keeping the truth about Richard from House was to give him a necessary "glimmer of humility." "Why does he need that? Because other people have that?" Cameron asks. Hey, if other people can have intact thigh muscles and not House, then I don't see why he has to have the glimmer of humility everyone else has, too. "He needs to be less reckless," Cuddy explains. Cameron says that Cuddy accomplished her mission, then, as House is now dismissing symptoms and thinking of easy explanations for his patients instead of his usual method of diagnosing the patient with something ridiculous and trying to cure it without confirmation and then realizing he's wrong when the patient starts dying. Also, Cameron says, House's leg hurts. Cuddy asks how much, which clues Cameron into the fact that Cuddy thinks her actions are making House's leg hurt, which I still don't really understand by the way. Then again, I didn't understand how ketamine could make House's thigh muscle regenerate, which is the only way I could see him being able to run and skateboard. So, whatever. Cameron makes a pouty face and starts for the door. Cuddy asks her not to tell House the truth until she does a PET scan on House's leg to see whether his pain is from the ketamine wearing off or because he's sad about being wrong. If it's the latter, Cuddy will tell him the truth about Richard herself.
Chase spends more time with Clancy, who's upset that his parents think he's crazy. Chase assures him that once they figure out what's wrong with Clancy and fix it, the aliens won't bother him again. Unless the aliens are real, in which case Chase has lied to Clancy again! At this point, Clancy's arm starts to change color, and Chase's hands turn into alien hands. Clancy gasps and his monitors go wild.
Chase tells House that they've got Clancy in the ICU recovering from his hypertensive crisis. They enter the lab, where Foreman and Cameron finish the tests and say Clancy tested positive for the bleeding disorder Von Willebrand's disease. Chase says no way -- he saw Clancy's blood clot on two separate occasions. Foreman just shakes his head and looks all smug and superior that he was right after all. "Maybe [Clancy] cheated!" Cameron says. Uh oh! Watch out, Clancy! Cameron HATES cheaters. She'll kill you while you sleep for that. Chase snorts that kids are always cheating on their bleeding time tests. House says that he believes Cameron is trying to make a metaphor, just like he used to do when he was a good doctor. Cameron explains that Clancy's blood might only clot normally during hypertensive crises, like when he was telling Chase about being abducted and cutting his neck open. "Sounds like a cheat to me!" Cameron says, all proud of herself. "Yeah yeah yeah, we get it," House retorts, all pissy because he didn't think of the answer first. Now they just need to figure out why a seven-year-old is having hypertensive crises.