The Whiteboard is blank. House and the healthy Cottages toss a few ideas around, but they've got nothing. Cameron makes it clear that -- despite Foreman's best efforts -- she isn't sick yet, judging by her not-happy demeanor, which House points out isn't all that different from the way she usually is. This gets a chuckle from Chase, who immediately insists that he was laughing because what House said was funny, not because he's sick. Cameron's healthy, yet dour, condition tells them that the disease isn't blood-borne. Everyone stares at Foreman's empty chair for a while until maximum dramatic has been achieved, and then House tells them to treat Foreman for everything they can think of, "likely or unlikely." Chase and Cameron both object, saying that much medicine will destroy Foreman's internal organs. "There's got to be a better way," Cameron says. "OF COURSE THERE'S A BETTER WAY!" House screams. Whoa! I think he's angrier than the time he trashed the coffee cart. While the Cottages tend to Foreman, House says he'll be looking for another brain to biopsy. We can cross that guy he shot last week off the list, I'm thinking. As for everyone else, they'd better keep an eye out for drills.
Chase puts a ton of pills into Foreman's airlock. Foreman asks about Cameron's condition, and she, who was hidden behind Chase this whole time, angrily responds that she's fine and thanks him for asking. In all fairness, Cameron, Foreman did ask. Although, really, in all all fairness, he also tried to kill her. So I guess she has the right to be very angry with him right now. Foreman feels the pills and tries to figure out what House is treating him for. What Foreman figures out is that House is treating him for everything, because House has no idea what's wrong. "House is desperate. House is never desperate!" Foreman says. Right, because House never shoots his patients up with a crapload of different medicines hoping that one of them will work. Except for all the time. Chase points out that this is better than nothing, and Foreman has to agree. Foreman dry swallows, like, all of the pills at the same time, making him even better at that than House is.