The Cottages file into Wilson's office. Foreman and Chase take seats, leaving Cameron to sit on a space on Wilson's desk House cleared off just for her. Chase tries not to be jealous. House asks the Cottages how Adam could have liver cells in his armpit: "Think Gray's Anatomy got it all wrong?" He's talking about the book and not the show, I think. But maybe that, too. If so, the answer to his question is yes. House rules, Grey's Anatomy drools! Anyway, liver cells could have gotten into Adam's lymph nodes if the his liver is damaged, and his symptoms could also be explained by a failing liver. Except that all lab tests say that Adam's liver is fine and Adam's been immunized against hepatitis A and B and his lifestyle isn't likely to give him hepatitis C. Unless his dad is having unprotected sex with him, an option Cameron finds unsavory. That leaves them with cirrhosis, although it's also unlikely that a ten-year-old autistic boy would have consumed enough alcohol for that to happen. And Foreman points out that they saw some of Adam's liver when they did the ultrasound on his heart and saw none of the telltale scarring. That leaves the sexual abuse and hepatitis C, something Chase doesn't want to believe since Adam's parents seem so devoted and un-child-molestery. House picks up a toy from Wilson's collection that instructs its holder to "bend over and relax!" I'll bet Wilson uses that toy a lot.
House is halfway into his lecture about how parents of non-autistic children savor their kid's defining moments and accomplishments in life when Wilson walks in, takes one look at what's going on, and turns right around with an annoyed sigh. House finishes that he thinks Adam's parents are drugging him up with alcohol so they don't have to deal with him, giving Adam magical scar-free cirrhosis. He asks for a biopsy to confirm this, ordering them not to pawn the job off on Wilson again, because he'll be busy with Cuddy probably insisting that she give in to House's demands. Chase and Foreman take off, with Cameron bringing up a very slow rear. Before she can say anything to House, he tells her that his parents loved him unconditionally and orders her out.