But Hadley isn't convinced. In the hall, she comments that Jennifer has been wearing a different outfit every day. "As opposed to the same Starfleet-issued tunic?" Taub asks. Can this actually happen? It's the only way I'll have any hope for Season 8. If they're all wearing Star Trek uniforms, the season might not completely suck. Hadley says Jennifer claimed she was just coming up here for the day, and yet, she has several outfits. Maybe she's like all those people on Gilligan's Island who packed like 20 outfits for a three-hour boat ride. Taub asks Hadley to explain why Jennifer turned down the proposal, and Hadley says she was playing it smart and slow; if she accepted so quickly, Cyrus would have been suspicious.
Later that night, House finds Foreman on the balcony in mid-yoga pose. "I need a hooker," Foreman says. "Not if you can make that work," House comments. Foreman says the yoga is for him, for relaxation. The hooker is for Chase, to prove that he's still sleeping with random women. House recommends that Foreman just accept that he's a "repressed idiot" and can't do anything to change that. That scene was kind of pointless, but it wasted three minutes.
House decides to spend his free time watching his tiny portable TV in a patient room. He's also in the patient's bed. The patient has been moved to the floor. He doesn't seem to mind due to being in a coma. Or dead. Anyway, this is the guy whose medical license Cuddy is trying so hard to keep. It makes no sense to me anymore. Cuddy and Wilson walk in, having tracked House down due to Wilson planting a tracking device on House's portable TV, as he knew House would try to hide from them instead of attend Wilson's summit meeting. Cuddy had no intention of skipping the meeting, as she has plenty to say to House. She says she had a right to dump him and he needs to get over it before they both lose their careers. Wilson tells them both to shut up so he can assign blame: Cuddy is at fault for trying to trick House when she "used to know better," while House is at fault for being himself. Wilson says the following will happen: he will drive them both to Murphy Brown's house in the morning, where Cuddy will give her a check from Cuddy's own bank account for $30,000 and House will sincerely apologize. If he doesn't, Wilson threatens, he will tell on House to the pharmacy, where House has been issuing himself Vicodin prescriptions with Wilson's name on them. Why doesn't he do that now? Does he want House to have easy access to Vicodin? And why is the pharmacy so easily fooled? This is the kind of hospital mismanagement that gets you sued by your own mother.