He's back on the bus, although he's not sure if the smelling plan worked or if he's just stoned. He settles for both. Driver is there, and he disagrees, saying the fact that he's interacting with House means that this is not a memory, but a hallucination. Also, House isn't limping. House actually admits that he might have taken too much Vicodin, as if he ever thought there was such a thing. He's hoping it is too much Vicodin and not something worse. Driver says if it isn't all the Vicodins, then House's brain is bleeding, and recommends that House get a CT scan. But just then the passengers appear on the bus, including the beautiful woman from before, who says that House is using his hallucination to try to figure out the answer to his mystery. So he can't stop to get a CT scan. House would much rather talk to this woman, noting that she's wearing clothes that are way too nice and too expensive for her to be riding a bus. Only poor people who dress like hobos ride buses, I guess. The woman doesn't deny it; she just says there must be a reason why she's on this bus. Before House can get an answer, a hand clamps down on his shoulder. House whirls around to find himself back at PPTH with Wilson's hand on his shoulder. "I was talking to the passengers on the bus!" House exclaims. I love how frustrated he is here, like it's the most normal thing in the world to be hallucinating a conversation and why would anyone in the world have a problem with that? Wilson says hallucinations mean it's MRI (of DOOOM!) time.
Now House is trapped in the MRI of DOOOM! Wilson reports several bleeding and swollen spots in House's brain, but he's more concerned with what House thought he'd said out loud about CTB during the hypnosis session. You know, Wilson just might be a crappy friend. Like, I'd be much more concerned about my friend's brain injury than what she might have thought about my boyfriend while under hypnosis. House thinks for a second, then truthfully answers that he wanted to see her naked. But Wilson doesn't believe him because he doesn't see why House would hide that fact from Wilson when it's a perfectly normal thing for House to want. Unless, Wilson reasons out, House's desire to see CTB naked goes deeper. House gets a guilty look on his face here, so we know something is up. "You have feelings for her," Wilson says. "This is bad." Ah, but he's not talking about House wanting CTB anymore; he's talking the fracture in House's skull he just found. Way to treat that head wound, Cameron. The guy had a freaking skull fracture and you didn't even bother to check.