After the break, she reports back to House and the Cottages that Danny's heart is failing. Chase adds that it's happening so quickly that Danny's only option might be a transplant, which isn't an option at all because the Evil Transplant Committee would never approve it. House wonders what they're missing. Taub says they're missing a lot -- they don't even know their patient's real name. Chase says the only thing they do know is that Danny has only gotten worse since he arrived at PPTH. This always happens to all of House's patients, but this time House thinks there's something to it -- Danny's sense of smell was off for months, but only after he came to PPTH for an unrelated matter did the rest of his symptoms show up, and they progressed rapidly. The Cottages posit a few theories as the patient food tray cart rolls by. House demands that the man stop the cart so he can check out Danny's food order. He looks at the past few days of Danny's food log and notes that he's been eating as healthy as possible to take advantage of his rare access to fresh fruit and vegetables. Because of this, House decides that Danny has Adult Refsum Disease, where his body is unable to process the phytanic acid found in chlorophyll. By eating all those vegetables, he was making himself sicker faster. All Danny needs is some plasmapheresis to remove the excess phytanic acid from his blood and a diet free of phytanic acid and he'll be fine. And all in time for House to get married!
The Little One has a job to do in the wedding after all -- he's the ring bearer. The writers hate Peter Jacobson. How humiliating. Why would Taub ever agree to that? The wedding has been moved from the chapel to I think Wilson's apartment? Or House's? Taub and Foreman's? It doesn't really matter. I do like that they left the bathroom door open, though, so you can see the toilet in the background as Dominica walks down the hall towards her intended. How romantic! Wilson, despite being House's best friend and possibly loaning him his apartment, is not his best man, so he sits in the audience with Cuddy, who is attending this for reasons beyond my comprehension. Chase plays the officiant, and takes a second to be bitter about love before getting onto the vows quickly because there are only a few minutes left in the episode and we still have to see the Big Stunning Reveal about Danny. Dominica quickly says "I do," and Cuddy loudly leaves the room before House can say his vows. Yay, House. You win. Also, who are all those people in attendance? Did Dominica fly her family over? They certainly aren't here for House. Instead of "I do," he just says "yep." And Chase pronounces them man and wife. Wow, I thought he'd chicken out or something would happen to prevent this. But I guess not! I can't tell if this is a brilliant or terrible move on the show's part.