Cameron tattles on House to Foreman and Chase, pissed off that their boss would dare to ingest an illicit substance while his patient is dying mysteriously. I think she's just mad that House didn't take something that would make him horny enough to do a co-worker. House ambles in looking remarkably hallucination- and pain-free. "I took something," he explains, and then says he has figured out what is wrong with Adam: he's depressed. The peeing in the pants and blackout are common precursors to a seizure. Antidepressants can cause seizures. They can also, in extremely rare cases, cause a brain to over-produce serotonin and "fry itself" -- a serotonin storm. As usual, the treatment for this could kill Adam if they're wrong, so they'll need to make sure they're right. House wants to accomplish this by waking Adam up again and asking him about his Paxil use. Adam's parents, however, are not so pleased with this plan, since that anesthesiologist told on House for waking Adam up the first time. This means that the anesthesiologist can look forward to having his life ruined by a vengeful House in about twenty years or so. Unless, of course, House just gives himself a migraine instead.
House asks Adam's parents if their son is depressed. They're less than happy to meet their son's physician after having heard the screams he induced in Adam all the way down the hall. But House says he did it to find out what caused the ATV crash -- a seizure. "This wasn't my fault?" is Dad's first response. Selfish! House tells him to figure out personal responsibility issues later; he needs to wake Adam up now. The parents insist that Adam isn't taking antidepressants. "He's the happiest kid I know!" Dad says. I'll bet he is, with all that parent-supplied weed. "But you don't know, do you?" House counters. Well, unless Adam bought his own personal health insurance, I'd say they probably do know, unless there's an OTC antidepressants that I'm unaware of that isn't chocolate-based. Mom says that their son tells them everything, including when he cheated on a math test, got drunk at a party, and even when he lost his virginity. House is proud of Adam's young virginity-loss on Adam's behalf, but still isn't buying the fact that Adam doesn't have any secrets from his parents. Adam really needs to learn that there are some things that it's okay for your parents not to know about, like the virginity thing. You can keep certain aspects of your life personal, dude. Mr. and Mrs. Adam are so sure that Adam isn't depressed that they will bet his life on it. They won't let House wake Adam up to ask him.