House limps into the doctor's lounge, where he finds Wilson eating a snack and reading the paper. House tosses at file at him and asks for his medical opinion, but Wilson doesn't want to bother pretending House isn't here to talk about Cuddy. And, as usual, Wilson has his psychoanalysis ready: House doesn't want Cuddy to have a baby because he feels like she's moving forward with her life into adulthood and leaving him behind, a child forever. House says Cuddy is "cheating" by adopting, and trying to have a relationship with a child because she can't have one with an adult. Meanwhile, Wilson has been cleaning that apple for a good ten minutes now. I think it's safe to eat, guy. Wilson says Cuddy is making what she thinks is the best decision for the health of her patient, Becca. House, on the other hand, is such a child that the only way he can get the attention of the girl he likes is to tease her. With that, House grabs Wilson's apple and takes a big bite. Well, that's what you get for waiting, Wilson.
Taub checks on Jerry, the patient we no longer really care about. Jerry hasn't had a blackout in a while, which Taub chalks up to him being away from the coke, meaning that was the problem in the first place. Jerry is shocked (well, as shocked as Jerry gets) to find out he's a secret sleep coke addict. Taub tells him not to beat himself up over it, since he couldn't control his actions. Except for the first time he did it, I thought. Jerry says he may have been asleep, but something inside of him wanted to do coke, and that bothers him. Taub says we often do things in dreams that we don't do in real life. Like fly! Although my flying dreams always go that I find out I can fly and I'm really excited and having the best time ever, but then I can't do it again no matter how hard I try. So frustrating. Taub notices some blood on Jerry's chest. Jerry figures he must have sleep-hurt himself, but Taub says there aren't any cuts -- Jerry is sweating blood. That's bad ass.
And now, we get a close-up shot of House's face as he asks the Cottages what sweating blood means. Then camera moves all around House's face and stays on it while the Cottages make diagnoses off-screen. Why. Why? Please get the camera out of House's eyeball so we can watch the show. It's too distracting for me to really pay any attention to what the Cottages come up with. I think it's leukemia, which Kumar has a real problem with for whatever reason. House tells them to do a bone marrow biopsy.