House and Foreman visit Cuddy's office, where House protests that Foreman's leadership position is supposed to be for appearances only. Foreman doesn't agree with that, and neither does Cuddy. House threatens to shove his cane up Foreman's ass, and Cuddy praises him on presenting a very convincing argument. Seriously, House; threatening physical violence is never the way to prove that you're mature and able enough to retain your leadership position. House whines that he shouldn't be punished for Chase's "killing" someone. Cuddy, who's probably been waiting all week to get to say this, says there's a flowchart in the lobby that specifies who gets to be in charge when someone else kills someone: "If Cameron kills somebody, Chase takes over." Chase is going to be taking over a lot, in that case. Cuddy orders House to defer to Foreman for the next three weeks, even though this is a ridiculous plot contrivance. Foreman smirks and says that he likes sugar in his coffee. Cuddy reminds him that all mistakes in the department are now his responsibility, not House's. Remember that while you're enjoying your sweet-ass coffee, Foreman.
Episode Report CardSara M: A- | 1443 USERS: C+
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