Cameron reports to Ezra's room and tells him that House wants her to get some of his skin for a biopsy. In an effort to get on his good side, she quickly points out that she had nothing to do with keeping Ezra alive or the subsequent tests. And she's been doing a little reading in her downtime. Reading about irradiating babies without permission. "Who knows how many cancers you caused?" she asks Ezra. "I don't know," he says. I think that question was supposed to be rhetorical, Ezra. But, Ezra says, they did make some discoveries that saved a bunch of other, apparently better, children. And, showing a heretofore unseen hard and cruel edge, he says that he isn't sorry at all. "Informed consent, patient rights -- holds back research," he says, apparently not realizing the amazing irony here. Cameron gives him the glare that House said couldn't pierce the skin. Turns out he was wrong about that -- this time, it gets a chunk of Ezra's skin removed. That, and a scalpel. "What the hell are you doing?" Ezra asks, like he doesn't know. "Informed consent is holding back our diagnosis," Cameron throws back in his face, along with a guaze pad. "Good for you!" Ezra says. "Finally standing up for something. Acting on what you believe" Wha? Wasn't he in a coma for most of Cameron's waffling? How would he know that she was having trouble with that? And I'll tell you what, Cameron doesn't seem too pleased to have joined the ranks of doctors who don't give a crap about patient rights when it interferes with their purposes. Today it's just taking a skin sample, Cameron. Tomorrow you'll be irradiating helpless babies!
House stops by the Gift Shop, which is having a sale on B-plot wrap-ups. The New Jersey Lolita stops by and is happy to see House. She quickly says that she isn't stalking him (which is probably the first sign that she is), saying her dad lost his medicine (a.k.a. she threw it down the sink for an excuse to go back to PPTH), so she's back for a refill. While she's there, though, she's like to know why House won't return her calls. House says he will -- "in a couple years." Teen denies calling House for a date, saying she was doing it to thank him for treating her father. I think one call from the actual patient would have sufficed there. Before leaving, she adds that House doesn't have to wait a few years to call her back -- she'll be an adult in less than six months. And what better way to celebrate one's newfound adulthood by hooking up with a cripple more than twice your age! As she walks away, House checks out her red thong-covered ass. Class-say. He enjoys the view for a while, then looks thoughtful.