While the Plastic Surgeon uselessly points at the phone and wonders aloud if it's always been in the room, the Random Guy answers it and is quickly instructed by whoever is on the other end to put it on speaker phone. It's House, of course, entertaining himself by playing Charlie to the Numbers' Angels. The game is quickly blown, however, when House directs his Angels to look at their files and there are no files for them to look at. In his office, House grouses that he gave the file to "Bosley" to hand out to the Angels over a half-hour ago. Cameron walks right into the office without knocking and corrects him, saying it was only ten minutes ago and Bosley had to make a bunch of copies. Then she hands House a Frappuccino-type drink, as if that makes up for her rudeness. House protests, saying it has no whipped cream and she promised him one with whipped cream if he took the case. Cameron helps herself to a sip of House's drink and threatens to give Foreman the case instead, but you know, Cameron, if you promised him a mocha Frappuccino with whipped cream, then you should really deliver. And why is your hair blonde now? What the hell? It's been three episodes with no explanation. She must have gotten her hair done at the salon where the guy who shot House twice goes, the Salon of Unexplained Mysteries. Cameron is shocked to hear that Foreman can't take the case, because he has been fired. Also, he's in New York City, so why would they ship a patient all the way over there? Especially since the nearby St. Sebastian's probably has an awesome diagnostic department made of sunshine and rainbows.
Bosley finally enters the room just as House is telling him to move his "ancient ass" -- it's Weird Beard! I love this guy. Never leave, Weird Beard! He enters the room with the files and expertly tosses them to the Numbers. The second-oldest guy in the room wonders why Weird Beard gets to be the Bosley. Kumar says Bosley is the "asexual messenger boy," so it's a sucky role. True -- Bosley was so unimportant that he got replaced between the first and second Charlie's Angels movies and no one cared. While Weird Beard goes over the details of the case -- young woman complaining of cadaver rape hallucinations before having a grand mal seizure, you know, the usual stuff -- the Plastic Surgeon makes a good point that while Bosley was played by the same actor, the actresses playing the Angels came and went.