Back at PPTH, Foreman has better things to do than sit in the booth with Martha while their patient gets an MRI (OF DOOOM!!) so he leaves, saying he doesn't need to supervise her since the scan is pre-programmed and nothing could possibly go wrong. Uh oh. Driscoll is dead. But it's not the MRI that kills him, in the end, but Martha, who decides to keep Driscoll company by using the PA system to annoy him to death. He says he knows Landon tried to drug him, and even though that wasn't what made him sick, he still tried to hurt or kill his drill sergeant. Driscoll sighs that he "can't break through" to Landon no matter what he tries, and Martha suggests that he try being nice and telling Landon he cares about him. Driscoll says that's not going to work with troubled kids, as they are master manipulators and will use any sign of weakness against him. Martha tells Driscoll Landon's sad life story: dead mother, no father and probably no good male influence in his life. Martha thinks Landon just needs to know that someone is on his side.
Ugh, boring! Let's just look at a blown-up picture of naked Chase on a makeshift screen Chase made out of a bedsheet instead. Is this really something he wants to do at work? Especially since his work is all glass walls? Although House has probably made sure that everyone who works at PPTH knows about and has seen the picture already. Chase calls Taub in to examine the picture, hoping that the same sharp eyes that picked up a hotel logo on the towel and thus let Chase know where the picture was taken in the first place will see something else that can help him identify whoever took it. Taub isn't interested, suggesting that Chase just forget about this and figure this kind of thing happens when you sleep with three girls in one night. Chase says that's rich coming from a guy who cheated on his wife several times. Ultimately, Chase's plan pays off as Taub gets an idea. He takes a picture of Chase from several heights with his camera phone until he gets one that basically matches the angle the original picture-taker took the picture from. Based on that angle, Taub guesses, the woman Chase is looking for is short. Thank you, CSI: Princeton.