House quickly goes through the boring consent form crap and asks Lupe why she doesn't like Foreman. "He thinks he's better than he is," she says. But House points out that she doesn't know how good Foreman is, so she can't know that he's not as good as he thinks. Lupe says no one is as good as Foreman thinks he is. House says he is. And...yeah, he is, pretty much. At being a doctor, anyway. House gives Lupe the consent form to sign, but she wavers. "I can't decide...," she says. House figures out that this is not a good time to play Three-Card Monte with her. He asks her other questions to test this theory, like, "Who's the better James Bond: Sean Connery or Daniel Craig?" When she can't answer that, he knows that she's having another ebullia episode. Clearly, since everyone knows the answer to that question is Pierce Brosnan. Lupe passes out and the monitors beep. House takes the consent form from her and sits back and watches while the nurses rush in and work on getting her better. House tells them to give her blood thinners and then radiate her body. And then try to get her to sign a consent form. The nurses are like, "We're a little busy trying to make this woman not die; could you give the orders when we're finished, please?"
Wilson is having coffee when House shows up to ruin his good time. He wasn't having a good time anyway. You see, Bonnie The Ex called last night and mentioned House. Wilson is sure that House wasn't seeing Bonnie for her condo-selling skills, since she's "the worst realtor in New Jersey." That's kind of an accomplishment, really. There's such a big pool of realtors in New Jersey to pick from; the chances of being the worst out of all them must have been small. Wilson thinks that House is trying to get back at him for dating Cuddy by dating Wilson's ex-wife. House says that he's trying to find out more about Wilson's dating habits to prevent him from divorcing Cuddy. And House has come up with a plan: Wilson must have sex with Cuddy before she develops feelings for him. Or they could just act like adults. But no. Wilson thinks Bonnie said he was bad in bed, but House just says she said if she had slept with Wilson before developing feelings for him, she would've been able to leave him. Wilson doesn't get it, so he leaves. Hopefully, he's going to check up on that new patient with the aggressive cancer. But I doubt it.
Lupe is done with total body radiation. She's not feeling well, and I sure hope that was necessary. If not, well, at least she still has her memory, unlike some people. Foreman and Cameron check her out. A funny moment where Foreman tells a blabbering Cameron to shut up turns very unfunny when Foreman hears a murmur in Lupe's heart. Suddenly, Lupe's in severe pain from the pressure of a simple blood pressure cuff. I guess that's supposed to mean something's gone wrong, but those blood pressure cuffs can really hurt sometimes. A friend of mine once got stuck in one of those blood pressure tester machines at a pharmacy. It was pretty funny to watch, but she said it was very painful.