House marches into Cuddy's office to order her to sleep with Wilson. His relationship with CTB can only lead to pain, as she combines two of Wilson's worst qualities: his love for House and his love for neediness. "As administrator of this hospital, you have to save your star oncologist," House says. How sad that Wilson is PPTH's star oncologist. House follows Cuddy out of her office, telling her all about Wilson's pattern with women that he knows way too much about. Sooner or later, House says, Wilson will need to cheat on CTB and who better with than someone who is "nearing forty" and has "no personal life." What a charmer. Cuddy says she has it all figured out: House is worried that Wilson will stop hanging out with him to spend more time with CTB. House is afraid that Wilson will change. "People don't change just because they wish they could," House says. No, House -- you have to, like, work on it. Just because you can't or won't do that doesn't mean no one else can. Cuddy assures House that no matter how long Wilson is with CTB, he'll never drop House because House is the "long-distance runner of neediness." Except without the running part.
Biana and Taub have stuck Roz in a hot room and put some chemical on her that will detect sweat. If she doesn't sweat, it means she has that genetic disease. Yonatan objects to seeing his wife looking so exposed in her short sleeves. He says it's disrespectful and is offended when Biana suggests that while it's sweet of Yonatan to care about Roz's modesty, it's also archaic and inconsequential. "Our traditions aren't just blind rituals. They mean something. They have a purpose," Yonatans says. Biana looks shamed. Ha ha ha! And with that, Roz has a seizure. Not only that, but she's also freezing cold despite the heat of the room. Opposite day continues!