Wilson finds House and Rachel on the floor of his office, playing with more of those preschool toys. Wilson mutters about the weirdness of the whole situation while House decries Rachel's motor skills, which he compares to "the Hulk wearing oven mitts." He says he has to spend this time with Rachel now because Cuddy throws the kid in bed by 7:30 every night. I'm surprised it's not earlier, actually. Like, she has the nanny put Rachel in bed before she even gets home from work. Rachel finally manages to put a toy banana in a monkey's mouth, which earns her a cheese doodle along with a clicking sound from a device in House's hand. House explains to a curious Wilson that it's a dog training clicker, which he believes will hasten Rachel's learning. Wilson doesn't think dog training clickers work on children, but then Rachel immediately puts another banana in the monkey's mouth and earns another doodle and Wilson has to admit that House's methods are effective. But Wilson still has questions: how did House get Rachel to PPTH? House says he lied to the nanny that he and Rachel are working on a "secret art project" for Cuddy, which he'll get by stealing one from a pediatric patient because I guess he hasn't been horrible enough to innocent children this week.
House may not be working, but at least he's actually at work, unlike Chase, who left the hospital to talk to another one of the women he slept with. He says he knows she took the picture because he gave her his credit card to pay for some drinks they ordered to the room. Woman #2 says she gave the card back and didn't take any pictures of him, but she must admit to being hurt that Chase never asked for her phone number, since she thought he was "obviously" more interested in her than the other girl in their threesome. And with that, a male voice from inside the house calls out to her. "Just a minute, Dad!" she calls back. Chase looks horrified. "You live with your parents?" he asks, very quietly. "Just until graduation," she says. "College?" he asks hopefully. Not so much. Woman #2 is actually Girl #2, and won't be 18 until next month. Wow. Way to go, Chase. Also, way to go, Girl #2's parents. Surely they were at the wedding, too? And didn't wonder where their daughter disappeared to? Or notice that she was consuming alcoholic drinks? Who even brings a 17-year-old to a wedding of a family friend or work colleague anyway? I'm guessing Girl #2 isn't exactly family, what with her being white and both the bride and groom being black. Chase still doesn't believe Girl #2 isn't behind this, but she says she isn't even allowed to use social networking sites like Faceplace because her parents are afraid she'll meet sexual predators. So they're overly strict about her activity online, but they'll let her roam free at a wedding reception? Good job, parents.