Hadley has managed to track down the woman from the drug trials. She's sitting in the waiting room of what I'm assuming is her group home, and she has a name now: Janice. Hadley introduces herself, but Janice remembers her. Hadley asks if there's anything she can do to help Janice get back in the drug trial, but Janice says she left because of Foreman. "He's a great neurologist. He's a great guy," Hadley says. I guess too much ecstasy really does rot your brain. When has Foreman ever shown himself to be a great guy? Janice laughs at the idea that anyone could like Foreman. I like Janice. She says that when she complained to Foreman about the drugs giving her an upset stomach, he just gave her an antacid. Hadley says that that's a side effect of the drugs they were warned about, and Foreman did all he could do for her. Apparently not. He could have been nice, Janice says. Instead, he just told her to "get over it." Hadley makes a face like "sounds familiar." But while Foreman's get over it spurred her into action, it had the opposite effect on Janice. She says she knows she doesn't have much time, with or without the drugs. So she's selective about how she spends it and who she spends it with. Hadley might want to take a page out of Janice's book and get a job working for a guy who doesn't make fun of her for having a terminal illness.
Taub returns to PPTH with a diagnosis: tuberculosis. Apparently, one of the homeless people Natalie had close contact with was exhibiting some tell-tale signs of it, and the symptoms fit Natalie's perfectly. And that's how Taub got out of doing anal swabs. Good for him. Meanwhile, House is putting a white lab coat on for the first time since Vogler. He tells Taub to treat Natalie for TB and heads for the Clinic, even though, as Taub points out, he doesn't have Clinic duty today (or, like, ever anymore). "Who says it's a duty?" House asks. Hooray for opposite day!