Waiting outside is House, and Cameron screams to him that Alfie isn't peeing, which probably means that the fungal-pneumonia medicine destroyed his kidneys. "I THINK HE'S DYING!!!!" she screams, and wouldn't you know it? Mother is listening to the conversation, although, based on how loudly Cameron said that, there are probably people in the real Southern California who are going "Who's dying?" right now. Mama bursts into tears and runs back into the room. "Guess she understands a little English," House obviouses, and Cameron looks kind of sick. I think we should all be really proud of her for managing to work through her inability to give a patient bad news to such an extent that it's inappropriate and harmful to the patient, and has made a complete one-eighty to giving her patient, his family, the entire ICU, and half the Western Hemisphere the bad news prematurely to the point that it's inappropriate and harmful to the patient. I'm sure she'll find a happy medium somewhere around Season 7.
Back in the meeting room, Cameron repeats that the fungal-pneumonia treatment is responsible for killing Alfie's kidneys without making him even the slightest bit better. On the bright side, House says, at least now they know that Cuddy doesn't have deadly mold growing in her bathroom. Foreman says that the lab tests on rat bite fever came back negative, and I'm not sure why they couldn't have done tests for fungal pneumonia before giving poor Alfie that deadly medicine. Foreman lists off a bunch of other things Alfie tested negative for, and Chase notes that the chlamydia test results were positive for antibodies. Alfie might have chlamydial pneumonia. Jesus Christ, how many kinds of pneumonia ARE there? And how do you get chlamydia in your lungs, unless you're into some kind of kinky lung sex? Cameron says that Alfie had chlamydia in its STD form last year, which explains Chase's results. Cuddy says that maybe they should go back to their original theory -- the one that involves her house turning against her handyman in a fit of jealousy and tossing him off the roof, causing DIC. Chase says that Alfie's fever is too high for that. It was one hundred and three two hours ago, even with fever-lowering Tylenol. House gets all angry and says he wants to know what Alfie's temperature is RIGHT NOW, not two hours ago. Frankly, I'm shocked that they've even been monitoring Alfie's body temperature with any kind of regularity, considering how they dropped the ball on his peeing.