So Cameron Harriet the Spies it over to House's apartment, Chase in tow. Chase is wearing a bright orange trucker hat for no reason. While Cameron looks for House's spare key, Chase complains. Cameron finds the key, and they enter House's lair. Cameron orders Chase to check out House's bedroom, which she knows to be down the hall. "You've been here?" asks Chase. "Where else would the bedroom be?" Cameron says lamely. "Come with?" Chase offers. He says that if he's going to get fired for breaking into his boss's house, he might as well have sex. Cameron's not interested, though.
Foreman fixes whatever was wrong with Patrick's heart. Oh, wait: suddenly, Patrick's heart rate skyrockets. Foreman has to zap it back to life.
Meanwhile, Chase and Cameron are just snooping through House's stuff. Cameron looks through House's yearbook, and I'm surprised that he even has it with him. I left mine at my parents' house. We are even treated to a picture of high-school House, who, Cameron points out, isn't smiling. In fact, he's frowning. It's pretty funny. Too bad we don't get to see any of House's clubs listed under the picture. That would have been cool. I'm guessing he spent some time on the drill team, the way he twirls that cane. Chase finds a Boston phone number on what I'm guessing is House's phone bill. He dials it, and Massachusetts General Hospital answers.
The next morning, Cuddy is on the phone with Massachusetts General, yelling at them for trying to steal her employee behind her back. Massachusetts General denies the accusations, sounding hilariously horrified at the prospect of hiring House. Cuddy says that means that House's trip to Massachusetts General is either a social visit...or he's a patient there. A horrified look crosses her face as she realizes that there's no way in hell it's a social visit. The Mass Gen guy says that both he and some doctor named Coopersmith totally hate House, so there's no reason his visit to them would be social in nature. Way to violate patient confidentiality, Mass Gen.