Here's the result I was expecting, as a bus comes blaring in the other direction, fixing to t-bone them, and Larry and Fishface scream us into the credits.
Post-break, we fade back up on Fishface sitting poutily at the foot of Larry's hospital bed. Pan up Larry's leg, in a cast, to Larry's dad, who played Dave Novotny in Election, the teacher who had an affair with Tracy Flick and who had that oogy line about "her pussy gets so wet, you can't believe it," gah! So, it's weird to see him in a less oogy context. Of course, he boomeranged straight back into oog territory in the Six Feet Under season premiere by accidentally killing his girlfriend with an andiron to the eye socket, but anyway, Fishface pouts at Larry, Larry's dad beams at Larry, Larry looks at his dad all "I'm grounded until Social Security, aren't I?", and...scene.
Hospital pharmacy. House is drumming his fingers on the counter while the pharmacist is on the phone, giving the pharmacist grief all, "What lie are they telling you?" The pharmacist holds up a shushing hand; in a shot of the pill racks behind him, we can only read one label, but it says "Verify," which may be telegraphing to us that House is jonesing for his Vicodin. Also telegraphing that to us: the entire backstory of the show. The Foley guys turn up the mix on the finger-drumming as House bitches, "Come on," and finally the pharmacist hangs up and tells him that the Vicodin shipment did arrive, but Shipping sent the box to Research by mistake. House crabs, "Hmm. That's a tough one. If only we had some way of communicating with another part of the building," and whips the phone off the hook and hands it to the pharmacist. Yeah, I think we get it. Enter Cameron to give House the bullet on Larry: in the three weeks since the car wreck, Larry's been in and out of the hospital with internal bleeding and "no one can find the cause." House snarks that, given that Larry was, you know, in a car wreck, internal bleeding isn't all that surprising, then catches sight of Cuddy and snarls at her that "your hospital doesn't have my pain medication."
When the pharmacist reports that Shipping says it'll be an hour, Cuddy accessorizes her customary pastel-colored suit with a deer-in-headlights look, comes over, and takes the phone as Cameron protests that it's been three weeks, and the crash didn't cause the bleeding. House grumps that yeah, sure, the bleeding caused the crash, and Cameron is making an "actually...it did" face, but House cuts her off, saying sarcastically that the car slipped on blood in the road, and then he turns to bellow to the room at large, "Anyone here got drugs?" Various nurses and patients stare at him, and one burly patient timidly raises his hand. Heh. House doesn't follow up with the burly guy, though, because Cameron is explaining how Fishface saw the blood, got distracted, and crashed the Porsche. House would bust her chops some more, but Cuddy is off the phone and reporting, "It's gonna be an hour," so House preemptively tells Cameron to shut up and takes off after a retreating Cuddy, sarc-ing, "Thank God you took control." Cuddy's all, "If you can't wait one hour..." and she and House are about to get into it when Cameron interrupts that Larry has "hemolytic anemia," and Cuddy's all, "In the what now? How old is he?" and grabs the chart; evidently hemolytic anemia isn't something kids get.