Cameron finds House in the cafeteria, and he tells her that he's expecting to win that bet based on Cole's cheek-turning thus far. Cameron steals an apple and says she thinks Cole is a decent, smart guy. Who cares what Cameron thinks of other people? I sure don't. Nor do I care about other people think of Cameron. House says she's becoming so invested in his fellow-hiring because she misses working for him. Plus, the ER has no patients today. Seriously, doesn't Cameron have work to do? House tells the cafeteria register woman to charge Cameron for his meal and run-limps away.
And Foreman goes through another interview. This doctor says he met House at a conference a few years ago, and I can't believe House actually went to a conference. Cuddy must have tricked him and said there were naked girls there or something. Foreman and the interviewer agree that House is awesome at doctor stuff, and then the interviewer asks Foreman why his stint at Mercy was so short. At this point, I think Foreman should just take the Mercy job off of his résumé and call it a day. But this time, the interviewer actually agrees with what Foreman did, saying NYCuddy has a stick up her ass. At the very least, she has a big mouth, telling anyone and everyone in the medical community about the time when that guy who worked for her disobeyed her orders. If I were her, I'd want to keep quiet the fact that my decision would have killed a woman if my underling hadn't taken it upon himself to disobey me. Oh well. Just when things are looking good for Foreman and his job prospects, the interviewer says he wishes he had Foreman's balls, because then he'd be able to convince the board to hire Foreman. But since he doesn't, he can't hire Foreman.