As for House, he'll be leaving PPTH via the Fox Galaxy Lot. But there's a visitor to his motorcycle: New Jersey Lolita is sitting on it, although I'm not sure how she knew the motorcycle was his or that he even rode on at all. I mean, I certainly wouldn't have assumed a guy with a cane could ride one. Maybe the fact that it was parked in a handicapped spot gave it away, though. Anyway, House'll need to get a sidecar now, which I fully support. Sidecars rule. House warns Ali that should could get in a lot of trouble now that the hospital security team (doing its usual awesome job and keeping a close eye on House and his possessions) thinks that she's a stalker. Ali says the people who think that are "jus' jellus," and that the age of consent in Iceland is only fourteen. Yeah, that's because there aren't any people there, so they had to make the pool of potential mates as broad as possible. Ali thinks the age of consent is an "arbitrary line" that she wouldn't expect a motorcycle-driving rebel like House to have any problem crossing. He says that it's not just about consent laws -- even at eighteen, Ali would be "more than ten years" House's junior. Ali raises her eyebrows, and House says what he said was true -- he will be over ten years older than her. He didn't say how much over. I wonder if the fact that his mental age is eight makes a difference. Probably not.
Soon Cuddy breezes into the parking lot for no reason other than to catch House with Ali. He asks her for directions to the Icelandic consulate, because it's always smart to give these mentally unbalanced stalkers hope, and she says that security apparently did its job and saw the girl and told Cuddy, who rushed out here to deal with the girl herself instead of calling the police. "Go home," she tells her; "NOW." Ali pouts like the little girl she is, but starts to leave anyway. Cuddy threatens to call the police if Ali comes back. Hopefully, Ali won't have any medical emergencies near PPTH in the near future. She gives House a "flirty" smile and shakes her tushy out of there. House does not get any insight into Adam's condition from looking at her ass this time. He tells Cuddy that he's feeling a "little frisky" and would be willing to take it out on Cuddy, who responds with a surprising "I'm ovulating -- let's go!" House does not take her up on the offer. Damn. On the positive side, though, if what Cuddy said was true, then it means she can't be pregnant, right? Please please please no. House tries to broker a deal with Cuddy: he'll forget about Ali if she gives him his carpet or he'll forget about the carpet if she gives him Ali, but only gets Cuddy's retreating back for an answer.