At this point, I feel obliged to point out that Thirteen is in love with a woman and is going off to Mykonos, which is a Greek island. You know what else is a Greek island? Lesbos. I don't have it in me to put that together into a really good joke, but I thought I should at least lay the groundwork in case someone else wants to expand on it. There you go. Enjoy.
Benjamin is confused about why they're testing him while also discharging him. Adams says Park is acting from "an abundance of caution." Then she chats with him about charity and how she wishes she could do more. Park looks over and says he makes her feel guilty. Benjamin says his minimum level of charity is just higher than everyone else's. Park says his leg muscles are fine. Just then! Tachycardia! His heart's beating too fast! BEEP BEEP BEEP!
Park tells House what just happened. "There's definitely something wrong with him." House is delighted! Adams shows up with coffee for Park (but not House?) and declines Park's offer of cash. They throw out suggestions, including Whipple's. I enjoy the phrase "He's got Whipple's." House insists that it can't be neurological. Adams brings up some allergy medication he's been taking recently. House goes off to test him himself and makes Adams take the two bucks from Park for the coffee.
In the patient's room, House tells Benjamin all about his sad, sad history and the patients going untreated for lack of resources. Benjamin bites: "How about I help you out?" Benjamin suggests a million dollars earmarked for diagnostics. House points out that he's an ex-con who's transparently angling for cash, but Benjamin doesn't seem to mind.
Wilson's office! (Again, that exclamation point has no business being there, as this is just a perfectly normal scene in a set that we've seen a million times before.) House has a hypothetical about sex addicts offering oral sex. Wilson says no, and has no problem understanding the metaphor involved: "Taking money from a sick person is ethically suspect at best." House makes an excellent rebuttal: "What is this, Canada? All we do is take money from sick people!" It's true, you know. House asks if the rule would apply even if it was only twenty dollars, but Wilson doesn't bite. He rushes out for one of his own patients, and then he comes back in to say, "You can't take the money, House."
Park administers to Benjamin. She offers to make a call, but Benjamin's wife won't take his calls. She left when he started giving away his money. And she took his two little boys, too. He explains his position: "Having a family doesn't exempt me from social responsibility." They talk philosophy, as you do. Park is in favor of family, which she feels is the most important thing. Benjamin feels that as long as the kids have a roof and court-ordered child support, he can't justify video games and private schools while other children are starving. His hands are trembling violently. He asks, quite reasonably, "What's happening?" Park answers, "I'm not sure, but it's not what we thought it was." They say that sort of thing a lot on this show, don't they?