The second Dr. Sassenstein's gone, Wilson triumphantly shouts that they've found their "Hitler," and I'm not sure who would be more insulted by the Hitler-Jew comparison; Hitler, or the Jew. "No way," says House. Wilson can't believe it; Dr. Sassenstein is perfect in every way! House managed to find something wrong with her, though: her shoes. Wilson says that Dr. Sassenstein's Pradas mean she has good taste, and House snaps that Wilson wouldn't know a Prada "if one stepped on [his] scrotum." Thanks for the visual, there, House. By the way, being able to identify a woman's Prada shoes from a distance of thirty feet is so gay that it's heterosexual again, so there is no hoyay in this scene. House's point, so to speak, about the shoes is that they're stylishly pointy high heels that are "very painful" to wear, meaning Dr. Sassenstein is one of those "incredibly shallow, insecure" women who would rather be in pain all day and look good than wear tennis shoes. "And that's exactly the type I don't need around here," House says. Yeah, because Cameron had so much self-esteem that she quit her job because her boss wouldn't date her and those bustier-vests she wears really demonstrate comfortable at the sake of fashion. And let's not get started on Cuddy's choice of attire. ["And furthermore, just because she'd wear those shoes to her interview doesn't mean she'd wear them on the job." -- Wing Chun] Wilson snaps that, if anything, House needs someone who can handle a lot of pain.
Speaking of a lot of pain, Chase is stuck reading tiny print by the dim single light of the laboratory. Foreman gets the necessary equipment together for the transcranial ultrasound. Chase does some lab tests. Foreman does the ultrasound.
House and Wilson are back on epidemic duty, trading quips about Cameron's job candidates as they check various patients for neck pain. Wilson lectures House to stop finding tiny little flaws in people to give him an excuse to push them away. Every time House is lucky enough to stumble upon a woman who cares about him, like Cameron, he finds a reason to let her go. Wilson tells House to stop being an ass and realize that no one is perfect. House says that Angelina Jolie is, and Wilson's only exception to that is that she doesn't have a medical degree. I could think of at least seventeen thousand more reasons why Angelina Jolie isn't perfect, starting with, of course, "Billy Bob Thorton." Wilson warns House that he'll end up alone at this rate, which I don't think House would mind too much, and I also don't understand why Wilson is encouraging House to have a relationship with Cameron when he could be telling him to hire Dr. Sassenstein! The conversation is interrupted by Foreman, who says he found bleeding in Mary's temporal lobe. Chase runs up and says he ran tests on all kinds of poisons and found nothing.