Carly's assistant asks Carly what to tell her family members, and Carly tells her to lie to them that she's on a trip because she doesn't want them to see her "like this." Whatever, Carly. Wilson enters, and Carly kicks out her assistant. She already knows that Wilson is an oncologist, so she's ready to hear the bad news. Wilson says they didn't find anything in the bone scan, but that he's thinking she might have pain in an area that is unrelated to where her cancer actually is. Since her mother died of colon cancer, he wants to do a colonoscopy. Carly says she'd rather leave the hospital and die at work, because that's always fun. I'm sure it will have a big impact on the Asian market. Carly refuses to be "looked at," and have the colonoscopy. Wilson says that they have a virtual colonoscopy that is expensive, but non-invasive.
House enters the Clinic exam room to find the mute father, who types "wHats werong gwith ricky" on his laptop. You'd think that he would be better at typing after having to use it as his primary mode of communication for the past year. And that he would have some complex emoticons to throw in there, like the Abraham Lincoln: =|:-)= or the Jack Lord: @:-|. House makes fun of Dad's typing crappiness, and says that his son has a simple case of strep throat. How the hell did it take them a few days to figure that out? Rapid strep tests take less than five minutes! Anyway, House has a special injection for Dad. He jabs the needle in his throat without even asking the guy if it's okay first, which is what you get for taking your son to the SAME HOSPITAL that took away your ability to speak during a routine knee surgery. "I wanna see you again real soon," House says.
Wilson reports that the virtual colonoscopy was clean. Much cleaner than a real colonoscopy would have been, I'd say. House finds it odd that a patient would rather die than have a regular colonoscopy, and enters his office to tell the Cottages that. He asks if they have any other suggestions for what's wrong with Carly, and glances down at the angiogram films. He throws them up on the wall and asks if anyone sees anything wrong with them. No one does. House says that he's looking at pictures of two left feet, meaning that either Carly is a terrible dancer or someone took two pictures of her left leg instead of one of the left and one of the right. Cameron and Foreman shake their heads and put their hands on their faces, all "oh shit, Chase is gonna get it now!" Chase jumps up and looks at the films while House looks at the paperwork. He notices that a resident named "Jenny" signed off on it. "Were you even in the room?" he asks. Chase stammers that he'll redo the angiogram. "You'll do NOTHING!" House shouts. He takes a minute to settle, and then tells Foreman to do the angiogram. "I can't believe I did that," Chase says. Yeah, of all the things to screw up, the condition that your boss has a personal issue with would be the absolute worst.