House reports to Wilson's office to find out what's up. It turns out that the woman Wilson was talking to is his second ex-wife. I feel...almost cheated to have seen her. I kind of want Wilson's wives to be like The Nanny on Muppet Babies: you never see their faces. But now at least one of them is real, and she's now a real estate agent in the middle of a crappy real estate market forced to move into a condo. "She wants me to take Hector," Wilson says. House thinks for a minute, then guesses Hector is the pool boy, since anyone with a Hispanic name must be a hot pool boy. Actually, Hector is a dog Wilson and the ex bought on their honeymoon, who is not allowed in the ex's condo complex. Wilson can't take Hector either, because he still lives at the Best Western and it doesn't allow dogs. And this is why our animal shelters are filled with cats and dogs; why would Mrs. Ex-Wilson choose to live in a place that doesn't allow dogs? Especially since she didn't have any ideas about where to put Hector except her hope that Wilson could take him in.
With the pretense of caring about Wilson now disposed of, House moves onto talking about what's really important: himself. He asked Cuddy out to a play on Thursday. Wilson chuckles until he realizes House is sincere. Sincerely REJECTED, that is, because Cuddy turned House down, saying she was busy. Wilson asks if House then bribed a janitor and broke into Cuddy's office to check her appointment book to verify this, which is so last season. House tries to save face by claiming that he only asked Cuddy out as a "test" to see if Cuddy would say yes to him like she did to Wilson. Since she didn't, House assumes that this means Cuddy didn't go to the play with Wilson because she wanted to see a play -- she went because she wanted to be with Wilson. Or maybe she said no to House specifically because she doesn't like going to plays with men who loudly proclaim that they only invite women to plays to have sex with them. Either way, House is convinced that Cuddy like-likes Wilson. Wilson takes ten minutes to get his lab coat on as he refuses to be sucked into House's "vortex of insanity" that's not all that insane since House is usually right. This time, though, he's way off as Wilson reveals that Cuddy really is busy on Thursday -- with Wilson. Seeing an art exhibit. Wilson enjoys himself way too much as he tells House that it's not a date.