Well, yeah. Cameron's done it before and she does it again. Cuddy says that Jeremy does indeed have a conflict of interest, and she won't let House do the brain biopsy until they get Tracy a guardian ad litem. House protests that that could take days, which they don't have. Cuddy tries to take the stairs to escape House, but he calls her back and says that Tracy will die without the biopsy. Cuddy says that she has to protect the hospital from being sued, but she does agree to let Wilson talk to Jeremy, since he's apparently better at it and less likely to get the hospital sued. If, that is, House apologizes to David Morse. House says he will, but you know he won't.
Wilson talks to Jeremy. It turns out that Jeremy's conflict of interest is different than expected -- he loves Tracy more than himself and won't let them do something to her that could give her brain damage. Instead, he tells them to do the biopsy on him. Wilson points out that the disease isn't in Jeremy's brain yet, so the biopsy would be pointless. Jeremy says that it will reach his brain eventually, and if they stop treating him it will progress even faster. House is majorly pissed about this turn of events, which he thinks will doom both of his patients.
House tells the Cottages to stop giving Jeremy morphine, because drugs cloud people's judgment and because House is mad at him and wants him to be punished. "Uh...no," Foreman says. House takes off and the Cottages exchange looks. They find him looking through drawers full of medical things. He tosses an opiate blocker to Cameron and tells her to shoot Jeremy up with it. The Cottages protest that this would be torture, and Foreman and Cameron are too ethical to do it while Chase says he's too scared of being sued. Ha! Even Chase knows he's a scaredy-cat suck-up. Foreman makes House give him the opiate blocker before he leaves the room. A few moments later, Foreman actually reads the canister and realizes that it's not the opiate blocker after all -- House figured they'd try to stop him so he stuck both an opiate blocker and atrophine in his pocket. He gave Foreman the atropine and kept the opiate blocker. Foreman runs off to stop him, while Chase praises House's cleverness. It must be hard for him to speak with his lips so firmly attached to House's ass like that.