Meanwhile, House has the very complicated blueprints of Cuddy's office. Seriously, it's like three rooms. Did they really need to make a blueprint? House lays them out on Wilson desk, proudly saying he got them by convincing the contractor that he's Cuddy's boss and therefore all office renovation plans have to go through him. The contractor is stupid. Cuddy is the Dean of Medicine. Nothing's higher than that! House proudly points to where he's switched Cuddy's new toilet with a bidet. He's also happy to announce that Cuddy's old toilet was smashed with a sledgehammer. Wilson patiently explains that everything House is doing is just going to keep Cuddy in his office longer, which is probably what he really wants. House rolls up his blueprints, fun over. Wilson tells him to ask Cuddy out and save the hospital some toilet money. Yeah, like PPTH isn't spending enough on toilets without House's help. Those magic toilets that allow you to pee soundlessly must cost a bloody fortune.
Taub has taken his friendly bedside manner to a new level and invited Emmy's loyal clients to visit her. They roll in and say they've been sticking to her diet and exercise plan and not cheating -- unlike Emmy. The guy who fell over in the beginning segment takes a seat on her bed (and on her arm) and says they found out about her bypass, and they are pissed. "You're a self-hating fat person!" the guy says, and clearly this is either a delusion or a nightmare. Soon all the fat people take a seat on Emmy's bed, crushing her under their weight.
It was a hallucination, as Taub tells the rest of the group. They're back in the meeting room, forced to sit (or in the case of House, lie) on the floor. The hallucinations rules out Guillain-Barré. Hadley says it must be something in Emmy's brain, checks her watch, and takes off. She doesn't want to be late for her appointment. House is all bent out of shape that Hadley would choose a possibly life-extending and life-bettering treatment over his little differential session. She tosses off a diagnosis of CNS lymphoma on her way out the door. House keeps yelling after her, but she walks past the office mouthing "I can't hear you." Ha! House is so bummed to be stuck with Kumar and Taub. Even Taub's diagnosis of prion disease doesn't cheer him up. He orders a brain biopsy, but while the wall between the meeting room and the hallway may be soundproof (at least, that's what Hadley would have House believe), the wall between the meeting room and House's office still isn't. We suddenly cut to Cuddy, sitting on the floor because the office, too, has no furniture (did she take the furniture away from both rooms or is this House's response to her taking the furniture away from the meeting room? Either way, it's hilarious), and she refuses to give House permission to do a risky brain biopsy until he's ruled out any other possible diagnoses. Meanwhile, Cuddy's shirt is even more cleavage-riffic than her last one. House orders Taub and Kumar off to test Emmy for the diseases he's sure she doesn't have while he deals with his boss.