House sits at a table surrounded by a veritable shooting gallery of minis from the hotel fridge. Does he still drink? He has grape soda, which I know from experience, does not mix with anything, and he pours some for Wilson on the premise that one dollar grape soda tastes better when you're told it is worth ten dollars. Wilson sits across from him, swilling his over-priced soda, and tells House that he can get Cuddy if he proves he is reliable. Wilson suggests that House scamper down to her room and offer his au pair services. House is unconvinced of this tactic, and Wilson finds himself suddenly at a loss for words. He tries to speak, slurs, and then realizes: House drugged him. He denounces him and says Cuddy is better off without him. House kindly catches his head before it smacks the table. The old House wouldn't have done that at all.
Jordan is propped up and is able to speak when they give her the truth serum. For some reason, they've set up a video camera to record her confession. Cameron sits down and asks her to tell them what really happened that night. Jordan explains that she went up to the guy's hotel room because she found his journal in the restaurant. She couldn't believe that he would let her hang out with him. Her heart rate increases and Chase is concerned, but Foreman lets it go. The girl continues her tragic tale, explaining that the author sniffed her hair and gave her a pill that he claimed was ecstasy, but didn't look like it. Naughty girl knows what ecstasy looks like? She totally deserved it, then. The girl's parents are in the room where Chase and Foreman are monitoring her heart rate and brain er... something or other. When she explains that the guy gave her a pill and started touching her, and she didn't want to insult him, the dad looks like he's going to have an aneurysm right there, which is actually a pretty good place to have one if you are going to, what with Chase and Foreman so handy. The girl apologizes to her parents. Her mother is completely stone-faced, and if the girl survives, she is totally getting grounded and a full STD panel. The dad threatens to kill the author (in front of witnesses, too, and you know Chase would testify) but Foreman holds him back. He's been monitoring the girl's peri-orbital blood flow (Why didn't I know that? Stupid! Stupid!), and it totally indicates that she is lying. Nothing she said was true. Well, shit. Who needs lie detectors when you have Foreman around? So they still have no idea what's wrong with her.