Just when House is about to give his patient heart trouble, there's a commotion coming from Seth's room. He's yelling, monitors are beeping, and various medical personnel are running in. Hadley explains that Seth just ripped out his implant like a moron. CTB turns lemons into lemonade, looking up at the monitors that have exposed Seth's arrhythmia.
After the break, Foreman admits that House was right about the heart. Hadley starts diagnosing blood-related diseases while Taub thinks it's a pulmonary embolism. House doesn't say anything, as he's obviously waiting for CTB to appear and tell him what to do. Instead, she lights a lighter and waves it in the air like she's in a concert before people used to use cell phones instead, which is really lame by the way. House can't figure out what she means and everyone is staring at him, so he orders them off to scan Seth's lungs.
Down in the morgue, House is pouring off a row of shots, just like CTB said he did at Wilson's party. Why is Wilson's party the example House is always using? Can't he do something new and different? Oh, I guess the shots were grain alcohol at Wilson's party while House is going for Flaming Sambucas for Chase. Such variety. Anyway, he lights a bottle on CGI fire and tosses it around before lighting a shot glass and raising it for a toast. Except a flaming shot glass is really hot, so House burns his hand and drops the glass, which sets the morgue on fire. But it's only blue CGI fire, so I'm not too worried. I'm pretty sure it doesn't leave burn marks on corpses. While House tries to put the CGI fire out, CTB does the work for him, noting that Seth got worse every time his body temperature rose -- while wrestling, under the lights of the Seizure Lab, when he got a fever, etc. House puts the fire out and gives Foreman a call to tell him that Seth has Uthoff phenomenon, which is a sign of MS. They'll put Seth on interferon while House puts a note in the corpse's file that those burns were there all along. Then it's time for everyone to get his party on.
The original Cottages de-elevator. Foreman exposits that Seth is improving with the interferon, which isn't really good news at all since it means he has MS at the age of 14. Two officers appear and say they're from the Department of Immigration and when he applied for a marriage license, they noticed that his work permit expired. If I didn't totally know that this was part of House's plan to kidnap Chase, I'd say that's probably the reason why Chase wanted to get married so soon. The officers start to take Chase with them, and Cameron steps forward, offering to come as well. The officer says real citizens are not allowed. PPTH security stands by and watches one of their doctors get kidnapped. As soon as Chase is out the door, Cameron turns to Foreman and tells him to make sure Chase behaves at the bachelor party she knows he's headed to.