The next day, Hadley checks on Cyrus and asks where Jennifer is. "She's embezzling money from my Swiss bank account," Cyrus says, having figured out that Hadley is suspicious of Jennifer's intentions. Hadley admits that she's pretty sure Jennifer wouldn't have come running if Cyrus hadn't won all that money. "You think you're protecting me. I think you're sad," Cyrus says; "can't stand to see somebody happy." That's probably true, but it doesn't mean that Jennifer isn't into Cyrus's money.
Cuddy, Wilson, and House arrive at Murphy Brown's house. Cuddy hands her a check for $30,000 and says she was wrong to ask Murphy to move in with her. "I'm sorry," House says. He can't help but add: "that we saved your life." Cuddy and Wilson cringe. But House saves it: "in the way that we did." Wilson awards House a B+ for this and says he hopes that Murphy will be satisfied and drop her lawsuit. As soon as Wilson starts speaking, though, Murphy scowls and decides that the $30,000 isn't enough anymore. She needs money to pay for a lawyer to alter her will and disinherit Cuddy. Oh, please. Like she didn't leave everything to her favorite daughter ten years ago. Murphy says she has to do that to prevent Cuddy from being able to engage in any "funny business" to take over Murphy's home. Wilson is used to people stepping all over him and says he's sure Cuddy will be happy to throw Murphy an extra $2,500. He's standing behind Cuddy and so can't see the anger on her face. Cuddy, it seems, does not have a problem repressing her rage. "I'll have to kill you tonight, then," Cuddy says to her mother. And then they start fighting again. Wilson tries to calm Cuddy down, but House wants to lose his medical license, so he chimes in by saying that Murphy Brown is right to sue PPTH based on the horrible things Cuddy is saying to one of her former patients right now. Murphy rips up the check. I don't know why Cuddy even went along with Wilson's plan in the first place. Then again, I don't know why Cuddy offered up her house for Murphy to stay in, either. I can't think of a less pleasant houseguest.