Before Cyrus can get too upset, though, a blonde woman appears in the doorway. "Jennifer?" he asks. "It's good to see you," she says. She claims that she read about Cyrus in the paper and got to New Jersey from Virginia as soon as possible. Wait, she read in the paper that Cyrus won $42 million and then was admitted to PPTH? Why would they put that in there? What a weird article. Phil wonders if Jennifer would have come if Cyrus didn't suddenly have a lot of money. Jennifer admits that this does look bad, but she just wanted to see Cyrus and say hello. He's so happy to see her again that he doesn't seem too bothered about the timing. She runs over to embrace him, only for him to barf all over her suit. That and his suddenly shaking hand leads Hadley to diagnose him with a focal seizure. Now PPTH is really going to look bad when they kick him out.
Taub fills House in on Cyrus's current condition. The seizure means there is definitely something wrong with his brain, as well as that it's not due to heavy metal poisoning or inhaled toxins. House refuses to care about any of this because he's still sulking over Cuddy, who marches in and says that she'll let him treat his patient if House agrees to meet her "halfway." House returns to reading his issue of Celeb (Celeb: for when you want to use People but not enough to pay for the rights) and demands that Cuddy cut his Clinic hours which he never does anyway, giving him three parking spots next to each other so he can park like an asshole across them all, and give him three pairs of her underwear that he can use as sails for his new boating hobby. Oh, I wonder if he was inspired by his last patient? Cuddy gives up and tells House to do whatever he wants because she is done playing games with him. Even the one that she started.
Free to treat Cyrus again, the Cottages return to the meeting room, where Chase has Foreman hooked up to a blood pressure monitor to test whether or not Foreman is holding in repressed anger at House. This delights House, who tries to elicit a response on Foreman's monitor by getting right in his face and saying that Foreman's theory that Cyrus has Lyme disease is stupid. Foreman's blood pressure doesn't change more than a few points. House starts in on Foreman's missing brother, but that doesn't raise Foreman's blood pressure, either.