House opens his door to find an indignant Hadley standing there. "Stay out of my life," she tells him, trying to look all tough and mean which would be hilarious if I wasn't so annoyed to see yet another scene with her. House agrees and tries to slam the door in her face, but she holds it open and accuses him of cancelling her flight reservation by spying on her log in info on her laptop. House denies this. "I'm not coming back on the team," Hadley says. She might as well. She's been on the show more now that she's been fired than she was before. House says he doesn't want her back. Hadley says she won't work "for, with, or around" Foreman. She will not work with him on a plane. She will not work with him on a train. She will not work with him in a box. She will not work with him with a fox. And she shouldn't have started a relationship with him at all if she couldn't be a professional about it if and when it ended. House says, again, that he's perfectly happy with the way things are without her. Foreman's work has been better than ever and House has been "less miserable." He tells her to get going on her trip to the Bahamas or some other non-Thailand destination, figuring that she was lying when she told him she was going to Thailand before because it would have been stupid of her to tell him the truth. "I have no use for you," he says, closing the door in her face. Ha!
Foreman has some bad news for Chase: Cameron sent Dibala's blood to the PPTH lab to test for scleroderma instead of doing the test herself and even though she only ordered the one test from them, they did a full blood panel along with it because they never get a chance to run any tests so I guess they figured they might as well go crazy because they never know if and when they'll get a chance to do another lab test again. Chase doesn't see the problem with this, since the body he took the blood sample from had the same blood type as Dibala. Blood type isn't something that a lab tests as part of a full panel, but whatever. They do test cholesterol, though, and the corpse's levels are off by 20%. Whoops!
The next morning, Cameron wakes up to find Chase's side of the bed empty. That's because he's already at PPTH, still talking about that cholesterol thing with Foreman. He decides they have nothing to worry about, as the chances that someone would even compare the two cholesterol reports are very slim since it had nothing to do with Dibala's death. Foreman says if he found the discrepancy, then it stands to reason that someone at the M&M will, too. Chase says they can just say the "blood analyzer" broke, but Foreman says, "Cameron documented that it was perfectly calibrated when she did the test." Wait, what? Didn't they just say that the lab did the test and NOT Cameron? Chase's next suggestion is that Foreman act surprised if someone brings it up, but Foreman says no -- they have to figure out a way to explain the discrepancy. With that, Cameron shows up and asks Chase where he was in the morning. He says he had to get into work early and didn't want to wake her up. Chase is very concerned about Cameron getting plenty of sleep. "I thought you did want to wake me. At least, that's what you said last night," Cameron says. Foreman's like, "um, good-bye," but Cameron tells him to stay and look at the biopsy results for Jack. It's not brain cancer.