In the meantime, he's going to shove a camera down his other patient's throat to see what's doing in his digestive system. This time, the camera comes in handy pill form. Little Jonah refuses to do swallow it, so Foreman makes the kid feel perfectly at ease by telling him that if he doesn't swallow the camera willingly, they'll make him swallow it. Fortunately, big brother Evan is there to lie to the kid that the camera is a "power pill" like a vitamin that will make him big and strong. Jonah swallows the camera, and Foreman is charmed by Evan, saying he used to be mean to his brother when he was Evan's age. Well, yeah, but probably not if he was dying in the hospital. That tends to trump sibling rivalry. Suddenly, Jonah starts giggling uncontrollably. "What's happening?" Mom asks. "I dunno," Foreman says. Well, that should make everyone feel confident in his skills as a doctor.
And now it's time for our three seconds with Cameron and Chase. Today they're getting some rank pizza from the cafeteria when Foreman asks them if they're getting along, which Cameron immediately realizes is because he's worried that if they're in a fight they'll be too distracted to give him the help he needs. Cameron and Chase agree that this is insulting, and Foreman is so jealous of their seemingly functional relationship. He shoves Jonah's file in between them and asks for a differential on uncontrollable giggling. Chase's diagnosis is that the kid is four years old. Cameron's is that Foreman has "three other doctors and a grouchy gimp" (way harsh, Cameron! I guess she's still mad at him for interfering in her relationship last week?) to run these things by. Foreman says this isn't House's case. Chase and Cameron agree to take a look at it, but Chase reminds Foreman that whatever he's using this case to prove to House, it won't be enough. Foreman can't stick around, though, as he's paged to the fMRI.