Taub just wants to know why House is painting a toy with hot sauce. House says it's to discourage a certain someone from chewing on the toy. Burning a kid's mouth to teach her a lesson? What is he, Lisa Whelchel? I think that might count as abuse. Way to leave your kid with that, Cuddy. Also, Martha is wearing bright red leggings today. On what planet is that proper doctor attire? Or proper anybody attire? I guess if House can walk around wearing T-shirts and jeans and Cuddy can wear, like, nothing, then Martha's outfit is okay at PPTH.
She suggests arsenic poisoning, adding that she still has faith in human kindness since even if her interaction with Landon didn't help Landon, it had an effect on Driscoll, who was much nicer. House says arsenic is stupid, as is Martha's belief that she did and said anything to influence Driscoll's behavior. With that, he licks the toy and suffers the effects of hot sauce, which seem to be pretty unpleasant. This pleases him, as he knows the same thing will happen to Rachel. Martha whines about how she really did change Driscoll while Taub comes up with botulism poisoning, saying it could have been in the soil and gotten into both Driscoll and Landon's bloodstreams through their open wounds coming into contact with it. House says that sounds fine to him, and to treat them both for it.
Landon sort of apologizes to Martha, saying he had to take what could have been his only chance to escape PPTH and therefore the camp and Driscoll. Martha doesn't seem to care, saying Landon stole from her. Driscoll adds to the conversation by saying all of the kids at his camp are "manipulators" and you can't let your guard down around them. Landon takes exception to this, saying he's not like the "losers" at the camp. Martha thinks so, seeing as he stole her car keys and all. Wow, she certainly did change her opinion as soon as Landon's actions directly affected her. Landon says he may have "screwed up," but he's never been in any legal trouble; he came to Driscoll's camp when he was caught shoplifting petty things from a store by the storeowner, who then called Landon's DCS caseworker. Martha finds this strange, asking Driscoll why Landon is at Camp Misery when every other kid there was sent by a court order. Driscoll says he doesn't know.
Ugh, more of Chase. He finds the third and final girl, who also denies taking the picture of him. Also, like the other two girls, she doesn't look black, so ... which one is supposed to be the Chairman of the Board's niece? I guess he or his wife have white relatives after all? Anyway, Woman #3 is at least of age, although she has a boyfriend, and had him when she hooked up with Chase and the seventeen-year-old, which is just as wrong of her as it was of Chase. Maybe moreso, since I'm assuming that she actually knew the girl beforehand and thus must have also known that she was in high school. Chase thinks Woman #3 is making her boyfriend up so he won't figure out that she took the picture and hacked into his Faceplace account, so she shows Chase a picture of the guy she cheated on to prove that he's real, taken at her sister's recent birthday. For some reason, she chose to frame and display a picture of her and her boyfriend making out while her sister stands right next to them and stares creepily into the camera.