Foreman comes back to tell House that Adam doesn't have anything they thought he did. They're out of tests for Adam, they've gotten all the medical history from his parents that they can, and they still don't know what's wrong with him. House wants to go right to the source -- Adam. He makes his way into Adam's room with the anesthesiologist and orders him to wake Adam up so he can talk to him. The anesthesiologist really doesn't want to, saying that Adam will be in extreme pain and that this is torture. House orders him to anyway. Adam's first words upon awakening are a gasped "oh my god!" Yeah, burns hurt. I caught a tiny part of my knuckle on a toaster coil the other day and it hurt like anything. House ignores Adam's moans and tells him to answer House's question as quickly as possible before the pain gets even worse than it is now. He needs to know if Adam felt any tingling in his limbs before he crashed the ATV. Adam notices that his chest has been burned off and is upset (they couldn't have at least put some dressings on the guy before waking him up? Cruel!), but manages to keep his head clear enough to tell House that the last thing he remembers before crashing was peeing in his pants. Then he starts screaming in agony, and House lets the anesthesiologist put him back under. House has the grace to look ashamed of himself for what he just did. Or maybe he's just pissed that Adam was so inconsiderate of his migraine and screamed so loudly. He finds Cameron waiting for him outside the room and tells her to round everyone up in his office while he gets some aspirin.
Cue the trippy music! House takes a shower and looks pretty out of it. He wraps himself in a towel and sits on a nearby bench, where he watches the drops of water fall to the ground and shimmer in unworldly ways. The Magic School Bus Cam got to have fun this week, it seems. Cameron wanders in -- all too happy to get to look for House in the men's locker room -- and asks him what's keeping him from their meeting. "I'm hallucinating," he responds. Cameron thinks this is an effect of House's migraine, and is concerned until House shushes her so that he can keep seeing the music, and she figures out that he took something to create these hallucinations. And just where the hell did he get that LSD? Same place the Cottages found that galvanometer, I guess: the Plot Assistance Closet. It's a very handy thing to have around when you want something to happen but don't want to take the time to show how it happened. Cameron yells at him in hallucination-vision, in which she is even more annoying than usual, and then leaves disgustedly. House continues to enjoy himself.