Later, she's still dying. Foreman's still there. She asks him if he'll ever leave. He says he won't. That's going to be a little weird for the next patient who has that room. He holds her hand, and she lets him, probably because she's too weak to stop him.
And then she dies. What the hell?!? No life-saving procedure?!? I don't get it.
Foreman calls House and says that Lupe is dead, and House can do whatever he wants to her.
House rolls out his pouch of people-cutting tools he always has on hand.
Chase offers to get drunk with Foreman. He's so sweet this season. He walks with Foreman for a while and says that his religious beliefs are kind of wonky, but he needs to believe there's someone out there. So when he talks, he imagines someone's listening. Even if he knows no one is, it makes him feel better.
House cuts into Lupe. She ... isn't waking up. I don't understand.
Wilson talks to her grandparents. Nice of them to finally show up and have the decency to look upset.
House looks in the microscope for his answers.
I can't tell if Foreman is praying at his desk or not.
Wilson finds House in Lupe's room. She seems to still be dead. How can this be? How can House save fetuses with multiple organ failure and not some girl with an infection? House says he figured out the source of the infection: she scratched herself on her bra hook. WHAT?! FUCK! I wear a bra! Fuck! Nothing in this world is safe! House shows Wilson a tiny wound in the Lupe's back where the infection got in. It was a simple staph infection. "And some bad decisions," House adds.