Wilson finds Cuddy crying in the bedroom. I think this is House's apartment after all. The bed looks familiar. Cuddy says she's angry at herself for letting House get to her again. Wilson is happy to climb out the bedroom window with Cuddy and escape, but Cuddy says she'd never give House the satisfaction of leaving his wedding. She already left the ceremony, so any satisfaction he was going to get he already got then. Might as well stay for the free dinner, though, if you can get through it without making your chicken float off the plate on a river of tears.
Martha was not invited to the wedding, so she checks in on Danny. She says he'll have to eat a limited diet for the rest of his life, but it beats having Parkinson's. Danny thanks her for believing in him or whatever. Martha says Danny isn't a bad person. Everyone makes mistakes. I don't know that I'd call beating your girlfriend almost to death a "mistake," but Martha is the genius, not me. Martha says she has faith that Danny will "talk to someone" and get his life back on track. Danny says he will, and he thinks God has a plan for him after all, and this was just his way of testing Danny's resolve. And didn't Danny kind of fail, then, since he was whining about how he should have died and God wanted him to suffer? "See you tomorrow, Danny," Martha says. Danny offers to tell her his real name, but Martha says it "doesn't matter." I'm sure she won't regret not getting Danny's real name when she had the chance or anything.
Nighttime with the Houses. The party is over and the guests have left, so the newlyweds curl up on the couch and watch old movies. Dominica says this may not be a "real marriage," but she does have feelings for House. So they make out for a few seconds until House breaks it off, saying he "can't." "I never sleep with married women," he says. People on the forums thought he was being serious about this and pointed out all the married women House has slept with, but I think he was just making a joke instead of saying the real reason why he couldn't sleep with a woman who wasn't a prostitute and had genuine feelings for him: he still has feelings for Cuddy. He jumps up and heads for bed, leaving Dominica to sleep on the couch.