Emory and House are at House's home. He has some homemade chemical tests that will tell him if there's any arsenic, mercury, or whatever in the stuff they found in the box of Drew's stuff. There isn't. He seems disappointed. Emory looks at the stuffed zebra and shares adorable stories of Drew's malapropisms while swigging on a bottle of rum. House asks about the mother, and Emory says she never even cried at the funeral. She just sat there like a statue. Oh! I bet she poisoned him. That would explain the heavy metal poisoning, right?
Wilson tells Foreman they have a problem. Wilson wants to know why Foreman cares about House working on the Drew case, and it's because Foreman doesn't want House going completely crazy and working on ghost animal cases. Foreman says he's confident House won't put himself in jail over a dead kid. Wilson says he will put himself in jail over a puzzle. Foreman is confident that House will back down. Based on all those years working together where House backed down a lot?
House's office. House and Taub are watching Chase's television appearance on the laptop. Apparently he was "Doctor Down Under" and had to use lots of hilarious Australian lingo. He doesn't find it as funny as everyone else. Park is satisfied with the explanation that Chase wanted to look pretty for the television, but House wants to dig deeper and figure out why Chase wanted that. Anyway, he's off to do clinic time, so he directs his team to test for something. Adams accurately points out that House doesn't have clinic hours on Tuesday. He ignores that.
House has, for his "clinic hours," Drew's mother, who showed up thinking she was getting a free flu shot. He pokes at her verbally in hopes of proving that she has apathetic hyperthyroidism, but she slaps him for acting like she didn't care about her son. I guess the murder theory is also off the table. She says that Emory got overwhelmed and she left him because he had Drew's eyes. House wants to know who babysat Drew. The answer is her father. "His place or yours?" muses House. She doesn't answer, saying instead that her father is just like Emory when it comes to moving on. House says, "So he has two types of people inside of him" and walks off.