House and his cat bag emerge from the room. Wilson is waiting for them, and asks House if he's trying to convince Morgan to stop believing in Debby so that she won't think she's dying, or because he likes tearing down people's belief systems. Obviously, it's the latter. Wilson says that's a great idea, since House is a "clear thinker" and he's obviously beyond happy. Why wouldn't Morgan want to be like that?
House leads Wilson to the pediatric wing, where he's hoping to use Debby to prove whatever point the coma guy did not. Wilson asks House why he's so obsessed with proving a cat wrong. House doesn't answer, because he's trying to make nice with the sick kids by brightly announcing the arrival of a "therapy cat." Some kid with a huge attitude immediately accuses House of lying, saying there's no such thing as a "therapy cat." That's because cats hate you. Always. They don't want you to get better unless your being sick means they don't get food. House picks the loudmouth to be the first kid for his experiment to see if the cat will predict a child's death. Wilson decides he has to step in at this point, both for the sake of the children and poor Morgan with her grief over the dead stepson. He sends the kids out of the playroom, and they all follow his orders unlike any child I've ever met. Once they're gone, House attempts to stuff the cat back in the bag, much to its obvious annoyance. How many takes did they have to do on that scene, I wonder? Wilson says House either doubts himself or cares about helping his patient, both of which are good things. House doesn't bother to respond, since he just got the call that the pill cam has been pooped out and the footage is ready to watch.