By the time Foreman reaches House, he's already shot Jeremy up. While Jeremy suffers, House accuses him of either poisoning his wife or being a moron, the only two reasons not to let them do the brain biopsy. Foreman gets a tranquilizer to put Jeremy out until his morphine starts to work again. Jeremy says that he doesn't care about the pain, since it means that he's getting worse and therefore closer to the brain biopsy that will save his wife. "I'd die for her!" he says.
House goes to see Cuddy about a court ordered brain stem biopsy, but she has something to show him in her office first. It's a trick! David Morse, now introduced properly as Michael Tritter, is there, waiting for his apology. Cuddy leaves them to talk things out. Tritter says that he'd rather beat the crap out of House than sue him, and House doesn't really care. I don't really, either, and I'm starting to have Vogler flashbacks. Tritter continues that House is a bully, and making him apologize would be humiliating for him and make him think twice before treating future patients like crap. Oh, give it a freaking rest, Michael Tritter! So he made you sit around for a while with a thermometer in your ass. Who cares? Is it really worth all this time and aggravation? It certainly isn't to House, who refuses to apologize and says that he only wishes he had left a bigger thermometer in Tritter's ass. I don't think he'd be able to fit it -- there's a sizable stick up Tritter's ass already.
Foreman and Chase tell House that Jeremy's brain is fine, but his intestines are rotting. Which means it's not sarcoidosis after all.
How could The Rich List be "the most anticipated game show of the year" if I've never heard of it until this commercial?
Tracy's brain is getting worse and Jeremy's intestines are falling apart. Chase says Jeremy's high levels of lactic acid point to ischemic bowels, which will have to be removed. Cameron guesses vasculitis was the cause of the ischemic bowels. Foreman says that they might be looking at two different diseases and an amazing coincidence. He guesses that Tracy has some disease I can't find on the internet and isn't important anyway since she doesn't have it. House agrees to treat Tracy for that and remove Jeremy's bowel, but doesn't seem very happy about it or convinced that they're right. It's always good to do major surgery on an already-sick patient when you aren't sure if it's necessary but have run out of options.