"Wow, this...this is perfect," Wilson says. He's looking at a bright orange crotch rocket of a motorcycle, not unlike the one House test drove a few episodes ago. Out of nowhere, House asks Wilson to invite him out to dinner. Wilson says they just had dinner together the previous night, and that it led to his loaning House five grand and House using it to buy this. I hope that, at some point during that transaction, Wilson asked him why a famous doctor can't afford a motorcycle, especially one made cheaper by the fact that it was involved in an accident with its previous owner. Wilson orders House to take the cycle back, since "two-wheeled vehicles that travel 150 miles an hour don't really go well with crippled, irresponsible drug addicts." Neither do alcohol and Vicodin, but that's never stopped House before, so I doubt this will stop him now. House promises to pay for dinner this time, as opposed to all those other times when you know he stuck Wilson with the check.
The Cottages stroll up, and Suck-Up Chase is, of course, the first person to compliment House's new wheels. Practical Cameron wants to know where House's cane goes while he's riding. House's second answer to that question (the first, of course, being a lewd suggestion) is to put his cane in a snazzy little cane-holder on the side of his bike. Awesome. Even More Practical Foreman just wants to discuss their patient, but House immaturely revs his bike every time Foreman tries to speak, drowning out his voice. Seriously, why hasn't Foreman killed him yet? Finally, Foreman gets a chance to talk, and simply says that they're out of options. House suggests checking the police reports from Carnell's mother's red herring...I mean, "fatal car accident." He thinks it's a little odd that she drove off the road in broad daylight, especially considering that her next of kin is now experiencing sudden incapacitating shocks. Could it be...type two neurofibromatosis? A DNA analysis of chromosome twenty-two will confirm his suspicions. The Cottages leave to do that, and House once again asks Wilson out, assuring him that it'll be much more fun than dinner with Wilson's wife, who isn't speaking to him right now. "Unlike her, I can make it worth your while," House says. Wilson finally accepts the invitation on the conditions that he drives and he gets to make sure House has the money to pay for dinner before they leave. Love is in the air!