House and Cameron de-elevator and hear commotion coming from Kalvin's room. Dad of Kalvin is there, and the two are fighting. Kalvin's dad moves to exit the room, but House's cane blocks his egress and asks Kalvin where his big apology to his dad is. Kalvin tells House to stay out of it, but House points out that Kalvin was the one who stalked House, so now House gets to find out every sordid detail of Kalvin's life, starting with why Kalvin would apologize to his dad when his dad was the person who kicked him out of his house. Dad denies this, as well as House's further allegations that he's a child-abusing drunk, which would account for the cirrhosis. But it doesn't explain what Kalvin would have to apologize to his dad for. "Leave it alone," Kalvin says. House calls Kalvin's dad a bigot, assuming that Dad's problems with Kalvin are related to him being gay. Surprise! Dad has no problem with the gay thing, but a big problem with what Kalvin did to his wife, Kalvin's mother. "He steal her signature look?" House asks, proving that there is at least one bigot in the room. No, Dad says, Kalvin KILLED her. He coughed blood in her face and gave her AIDS. Just kidding, Cameron! Put the meth down!
Back in the meeting room, Cameron's still got her crazy sex hair going on. It seems that the meth has also prevented her from putting on makeup this morning, and girl looks bad. She's full of moral outrage that Kalvin lied to them about his father. House, Foreman, and Chase just sit back and watch Cameron pace around and twitch and talk too fast as she exposits that Kalvin's mom needed a kidney transplant. Kalvin was a match, but the fact that he had HIV prevented him from being a donor. Kalvin's mom never got another match, and died. Oh, that's great. I'm sure she would have rather gotten an HIV kidney than, you know, DIED. Stupid transplant committees. House takes note of Cameron's oddly-meth-hangover-like symptoms. Chase says that Kalvin's dad has no right to be angry at Kalvin for what happened to his mother. Foreman disagrees, saying that Kalvin knew the consequences of having unprotected sex. If he hadn't been so irresponsible, his mother would still be alive. Kalvin's dad should be pissed about that. "Do you always use a condom?" Cameron asks Foreman. "Uh...yeah," Foreman says. "Brothas on the down-low got to," House racists. Cameron asks House if he uses a condom, since she's apparently doing an informal poll. "Working girls are sticklers," House says. Cameron does not ask Chase about his condom usage, which House finds interesting. "I'm not an idiot," Chase says. House says that must be true -- after all, "who doesn't sleep with a drugged-up colleague when they have a chance?" Cameron is speechless for the first time this scene. Foreman, too, doesn't say anything, although the expression on his face as he realizes that House's assumption is correct is better than any words could be. Foreman turns to Chase (who shakes his head but looks really uncomfortable), and reclines in his chair, grinning while also looking slightly unnerved either at what a dick Chase is or how awkward this is going to make the work environment and how many Cameronspeeches he's going to have to endure about it. Cameron inquires as to the whereabouts of Wilson. House says they got the result of that sarcoidosis test. He shakes his head sadly to indicate that Kalvin's got some death cancer.