Everyone gathers around the ultrasound. Wilson says it's definitely cancer and it's really terminal. Foreman is embarrassed. Wilson says that Foreman was right after all; there's nothing they can do for her anymore. House says it may not be cancer. "You're joking," Chase says. House says that while cancer is hilarious, the mass could be a tuberculoma, which is nice and benign. Wilson says that cancer is much more likely. House says that's true, so they'll start Victoria on tuberculoma drugs immediately. Cameron points out the discrepancy here. House says it's not like Victoria has anything to lose at this point, and he loves treating people for things they don't have.
Foreman gives Victoria the drugs while she sketches yet another picture of him. She asks if she has a tuberculoma. "Probably not," Foreman says. He's sorry he didn't believe her. Victoria says she's sorry for lying to them; she ODed on insulin for a place to sleep. I'm not sure if that's true or if she's just rubbing it in. Foreman asks if she was ever married, like the comic character. Victoria says that comics are made up. Foreman asks who James is, then. "He's real," she says. "Can I help you find him?" Foreman asks. And then Victoria starts having light-sensitivity issues and freaking out about how Mr. Fury wants to hurt her. Foreman takes her temperature. It's one hundred and five. Yikes. "I'm burning! I'm burning!" Victoria says. True. Foreman closes the blinds and pours her a glass of water, which she spits out, believing it to be poison. A nurse comes in and turns the light on, which just makes Victoria even more upset. It's kind of comical, actually. Foreman yells at the nurse to turn the lights back off, and tells Victoria to calm down because he'll protect her from any bad guys. Victoria says that Mr. Fury isn't the bad guy; she is. Great reading comprehension skills there, House.
Foreman reports that Victoria has cancer; the tuberculoma treatment isn't working and she's dying. "Good news!" Chase says, running in with the biopsy results; "it's a tuberculoma!" Whaaaaa?